Are you tired of asking people to repeat themselves? It may be time to speak with an audiologist. At Dr. Goldberg’s office, we have certified audiologists, hearing aid experts, and onsite ear specialists & doctors from PA who work together to bring our patients the most professional care. Our experts have over 50 years of experience providing testing and treatments to patients of all ages, finding the most effective treatment for each individual. We are proud to help patients across Bucks and Montgomery Counties, including the following communities:
- Abington, PA
- Blue Bell, PA
- Chalfont, PA
- Conshohocken, PA
- Doylestown, PA
- Dresher, PA
- Flourtown, PA
- Fort Washington, PA
- Hatboro, PA
- Horsham, PA
- Huntingdon Valley, PA
- Jamison, PA
- Jenkintown, PA
- Lafayette Hill, PA
- Lansdale, PA
- Maple Glen, PA
- Montgomeryville, PA
- Norriton, PA
- Oreland, PA
- Plymouth Meeting, PA
- Skippack, PA
- Warminster, PA
- Warrington, PA
- Willow Grove, PA
Qualified Ear & Hearing Specialists in PA
Hearing loss can be a distressing development for people. Whether it comes on suddenly or gradually over time, you want to have an experienced PA-based ear and hearing specialist help you figure out the next steps.
Choose Our Ear Doctors in Willow Grove, PA
Our team of ear specialists and doctors make their home in Willow Grove, PA. We help serve our surrounding community and address any lingering concerns about their hearing. Our local Willow Grove PA ear hearing specialists doctors can help with various ear and hearing conditions.
Our Hearing Aid Specialists
Sometimes, hearing loss happens so gradually, and it’s hard to know it’s even happening. Other times, it’s effortless to notice in yourself or a family member. Thankfully, hearing loss is treatable, and our ear and hearing aid specialists have a wealth of experience testing and finding solutions for people with hearing difficulties in Doylestown, Plymouth Meeting, and beyond.
Hearing aids are a standard course of action for treating hearing loss, but not every office providing them is equal. Without the proper assessment and evaluation, you could end up with a hearing aid that is not the ideal match.
Our ear specialist doctors like to ensure our patients are benefiting from the hearing aids we provide. So not only do we perform careful and specific audiogram tests, but we allow for a 60-day test period with the hearing aid to be sure it’s the best fit.
Drug store hearing aids are notoriously unreliable and likely to be more expensive when you need to replace them several times. See an audiologist like the specialists in our office the first time for a hearing aid that lasts.
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NEW — Audéo Paradise by Phonak
Comprised of all-new hardware, Phonak’s new Audéo Paradise excels in hearing performance and hosts several elevated features:
- Crisp natural sound
- Brilliant speech understanding
- Personalized noise cancelling
- Voice assistant with a tap
- Connects to smartphones, TV and more
- Empowering smart apps
Wondering if this might be the right fit for you? Contact us to schedule a consultation with our expert audiologists.
Tinnitus Treatment — Levo System by Otoharmonics
User-friendly Levo software allows patients to listen to their personalized sound match on an Apple iPod touch®. Custom fit earbuds, designed to ensure comfort during sleep, allow for optimal positioning and controlled delivery of sound therapy.
DID YOU KNOW? We are now offering three-year warranties and free batteries with hearing aid purchases from our practice!
We also now accept True Hearing Insurance for hearing aids! Dr. Goldberg also offers second opinions on hearing aids.
Our Willow Grove ear doctors specialize in treatment for the following areas:
- Hearing Loss, Hearing Aids
- Autoimmune Inner Ear Disease
- Ear Infections
- Facial Paralysis
- TruHearing fitter
Our PA-based ear specialist doctors specialize in treating hearing aid failures from Costco, Miracle-Ear, Tru-Tone, BJ’s, and Sam’s Club. Need help? If you are a resident of Fort Washington, Lansdale, Blue Bell, or nearby, call us for your consultation!
Auditory Processing Evaluation
In broad terms, an Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) refers to how the central nervous system (CNS) uses auditory information. APD is also referred to as a Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD). People with APD or CAPD have difficulty processing and interpreting auditory information even with normal hearing sensitivity. With this type of disorder, one can hear within normal limits, but the brain struggles to interpret a message fully. A child with APD has difficulty understanding orally presented information, especially in the presence of competing signals and background noise. One thing that is also important to understand about APD is that it is an auditory deficit, not the result of other higher-order cognitive, language, or related disorders. Click here to learn more.
Surgery for Hearing Loss in Buck County, PA
Some hearing loss issues can be remedied with a surgical option. A consultation with our top PA ear specialists and doctors means we can help prepare you for the next steps. Our experienced team can perform the surgery for your hearing loss locally in Bucks County, PA.
Our PA area ear specialists and doctors work hard to deliver the best possible solutions to your hearing problems. From a consultation with our hearing aid specialists to more complicated hearing loss surgery performed in Bucks County, PA, our team works tirelessly to help you.
Joshua E. Goldberg, D.O. FACOS
Dr. Joshua Goldberg is board certified in otorhinolaryngology, head and neck surgery/robotic surgery, and facial plastic surgery. Clinical assistant professor of Otorhinolaryngology. He attended medical school at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Goldberg completed his residency training at Consortium of Hospitals of Philadelphia College Osteopathic Medicine (Medical College of Pennsylvania, St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children, Albert Einstein Medical Center, Deborah Heart, and Lung Center, and Cooper Hospital Trauma Center).
Dr. Goldberg is a Fellow of the American Osteopathic College of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery and a Fellow of the American Osteopathic College of Surgeons. He has also published numerous articles and posters for various academy journals and meetings. He continues his education by frequently teaching and lecturing to medical students, residents, and physicians. Most importantly, he has dedicated his career to patient satisfaction and individual expert care. He is a Penn State University Eberly College of Science Premedical physician mentor.