Sound Relief Tinnitus and Hearing Center – Peoria, AZ
If you are in the Peoria area and live with tinnitus, hyperacusis, or hearing loss, you are not alone. These hearing issues can put a strain on your overall quality of life and leave you feeling frustrated and less fulfilled.
At Sound Relief Tinnitus and Hearing Center in Peoria, Arizona, Dr. Bomina Kang can help to treat tinnitus symptoms, hyperacusis, or match you with the perfect hearing aid that works for your specific type of hearing loss. Let our audiologist and hearing health staff provide you with the help you need and the relief you deserve.
16155 N. 83rd Avenue #101
Peoria, AZ 85382
Phone: (623) 209-7766
Fax: (928) 272-7010
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Thursday: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
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Your Peoria Audiologists
Dr. Bomina Kang, Au.D., CCC-A, FAAA
Bomina Kang is passionate about providing individualized patient-centered care and improving the quality of life of patients through implementing evidence-based intervention and treatment. Her specialty is adult diagnostics, hearing loss solutions, tinnitus management, and aural rehabilitation.
Bomina earned her Doctor of Audiology degree from Wichita State University and her Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition and Dietetics at the Metropolitan State University of Denver. She received her Certificate of Clinical Competence through the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and holds a license in audiology from the States of Arizona and Colorado.
Dr. Bomina Kang was born in South Korea, and her family moved to the United States when she was a child. She grew up in Colorado but recently moved to Arizona with her husband and their daughter. In her free time, Bomina enjoys spending time with her family and friends.
Mary Azo – Patient Care Coordinator
Mary is a dedicated Patient Care Coordinator at Sound Relief Tinnitus & Hearing Center. She has been working in the medical field for over 15 years. Originally, from the windy city of Chicago, she moved to Arizona in 2020 and found her passion in audiology. Fluent in English, Assyrian, and Arabic, Mary can connect with a diverse range of patients, which helps her offer personalized care. Beyond her work, she enjoys hiking, exploring Arizona’s natural beauty, and indulging her wanderlust through travel adventures.
If you experience a constant ringing, buzzing, or even roaring in your ears, you may have tinnitus. It varies from person to person in terms of cause, severity, and the sound they hear, but in all cases, the noise they experience is not caused by any external stimuli. Tinnitus does not cause hearing loss; however, this condition can still have a negative impact on your life. Tinnitus can lead to difficulties with relationships, career challenges, and even disrupt your ability to simply sit back and enjoy your life.
Tinnitus may stem from a variety of causes. The most common causes, however, include exposure to loud noises, ototoxic drugs, excessive ear wax, and age-related hearing loss. Identifying the cause of your tinnitus is a critical step toward developing an individualized treatment plan. Depending on the cause and severity of your tinnitus symptoms, there are evidence-based treatment options to help address that ringing in your ears and offer you relief.
To treat your tinnitus symptoms, we may recommend tinnitus retraining therapy (TRT), the use of hearing devices, counseling, and/or relaxation methods. At our Peoria tinnitus clinic, we provide a personalized, comprehensive approach to tinnitus treatment. Schedule an appointment with one of our audiologists and allow us to show you how much better your life can be.
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Hyperacusis is defined as increased sensitivity to everyday noises, including your television, chewing, or even just a conversation. It can vary in severity and symptoms may include migraines, annoyance, daily discomfort, or even ear pain that makes the simplest of activities a real struggle.
Anyone can develop hyperacusis, regardless of age or previous hearing health, and there are a variety of causes for this condition. Often, hyperacusis is experienced along with tinnitus, which is a perception of a slight roaring, ringing, or clicking sound in the ear. Treatment for both of these problems is similar, and our audiologists are expertly trained in both. Find relief from your hyperacusis by scheduling an appointment at our Peoria hyperacusis center.
The most accurate method to evaluate hearing is a hearing test in a soundproof booth conducted by an audiologist. Online tests can be misleading and fail to detect bigger issues – such as acoustic neuroma. A full hearing evaluation provides your audiologist with crucial information that informs them about your auditory health. If you notice a change to your hearing, even a minor one, you should consider scheduling a hearing exam.
During this process, your audiologist will do the following:
- Review medical and hearing health and history
- Examine your ear canal and outer ear with an otoscope to review for any abnormalities
- Perform a hearing test, which allows us to identify the unique frequencies that you may struggle to hear
- Review the results with you and provide comprehensive information that will answer any and all questions
After a hearing test and evaluation, our audiologists will make a recommendation that works best for your own lifestyle, budget, and type of hearing loss.
At Sound Relief Hearing Center, we only offer the most outstanding hearing aids offered by our manufacturers. While you can find hearing aids from stores like Costco or even online, you should not settle for inferior technology or care. Experience the difference with our hearing experts in Peoria. We know that your visit to our audiology clinic will be worthwhile no matter what you decide.
Our audiologists incorporate comprehensive hearing exams, years of expertise, and the finest service to diagnose and respond to your specific type of hearing loss. We provide recommendations that are tailored to your lifestyle, budget, and personal needs. Finding the perfect hearing aid is an important step and can even be life-changing. The renowned experience of our doctors and staff in Peoria will make this process effortless.
Ear wax is completely natural and even good for your ears. Also called cerumen, ear wax is secreted within the passage of the outer ear and protects and cleans the ear canal. While this is good for your ear and helps to protect it from bacteria, the ear can produce too much wax, which may reduce your ability to hear or even develop into tinnitus.
To remedy this issue, an audiologist can remove the excess wax during an ear wax removal treatment. Using a curette and/or ear irrigation, they will gently flush out the excessive wax. Depending on the amount of time it takes to remove the ear wax, we charge between $50 – $100 per ear.
CareCredit®, a trusted financing partner of Sound Relief Hearing Center, offers a range of affordable plans for tinnitus treatment and hearing aids. You can also use CareCredit to cover items such as insurance deductibles or co-pays. Contact us or visit the CareCredit website for more information and to apply for this healthcare credit card.