If you got a “poor” result on our online hearing test, or if you answered “sometimes” or “yes” to any of the screening questions, you may be experiencing a hearing loss.
No matter your result, if you decided to take our online hearing test, it’s probably because you may suspect that you have a hearing loss. You’re not alone. 18% and 30% of Americans ages 45-64 and 65-74, respectively, have hearing loss. And that number is rising.
We’re here to help.
Dr. Mary Margaret Griffin is offering free hearing consultations to people who have taken the online hearing test so she can discuss your results with you, one-on-one. Hearing loss is a complex issue and different people have different needs.
A chance to meet with a doctor to discuss your specific questions and concerns, for free, is a rare opportunity.
During your consultation, you will have the chance to discuss your online hearing test results with Dr. Griffin, as well as your concerns about your hearing and any questions you may have. If you and Dr. Griffin decide a professional hearing test is the right fit for you, these are usually covered by insurance.
To claim your free consultation, all you need to do is call our office at 516-798-1502 to schedule your appointment.