My name is Dr. Barbara Norvell, and I’d like to personally welcome you to Hill Country Hearing. Our goal is to provide you the best possible hearing care, based upon your individual needs.
The dedicated men and women who are working to help you improve the quality of your hearing.
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Our expert staff at Hill County Hearing provides services ranging from basic behavioral tests to sophisticated computerized otoneurological evaluations.
Most adult hearing loss develops over the course of many years. And its gradual onset can make its effects difficult to notice. Perhaps, the most distressing is the sense of detachment created by increased difficulty of communication that is often experienced in one's closest personal relationships.
Our audiologists can apply the appropriate care and technology to lessen their effects and improve the quality of sounds you hear.
AGX Hearing is a family of devices that encompasses the most powerful and sophisticated hearing technologies in the world. All AGX Hearing technology choices are defined by your hearing lifestyle, giving you the ability to choose when, where, and how you want to hear.
Designed for individuals who lead active lifestyles and whose listening environments include frequent background noise.
Technology for individuals who lead casual lifestyles and whose listening environments include occasional background noise.
Quiet lifestyles often feature activities including: one-on-one conversations, some television and radio, and weekly church services.
Very quiet lifestyles most often feature activities in and around the home, such as limited television, radio or recorded books.
Assistive Listening Devices