We Make It Easy For You To
Hear Better In New Hamburg, ON

Like so many of the communities that sprung up in our area in the early 1800s, New Hamburg, ON was settled primarily by German Mennonites mainly focused on producing lumber. The rich soil attracted farmers to the area, which drew in farm machinery manufacturers and the necessary support industries for farming.

Building upon the heritage of carriage, buggy and wagon builders, New Hamburg now hosts the largest Mopar Festival in Canada and boasts a 50-foot wooden water wheel, the largest in North America. Our family-oriented community continues to maintain the values and traditions that make us a valuable contributor to the cultural development and progress of Ontario.

In spite of the changes in our world and our community as we go deeper into the 21st century, family values are as strong today as they have ever been, which is why our independent, family-owned and operated hearing clinic in Kitchener, ON has fit right into the community for more than 70 years. Arnold Hearing Centre was built on the passion and commitment of our caring and experienced staff, who are dedicated to serving the needs of our hearing-impaired patients.

Our hearing care experts customize our services to meet the specific needs of each patient, doing all we can to ensure that you are satisfied with your hearing health care experience and continue to grow in confidence throughout your journey to better hearing.

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Kitchener location:

Forest Hill Plaza
421 Greenbrook Drive
Kitchener, ON N2M 4K1

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Office Hours:

Mon – Fri: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

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Hearing Assessments

When Was Your Last Hearing Assessment?

One of the biggest challenges with hearing loss is that it comes on so slowly that it’s impossible to notice the day-to-day changes. This slow development has contributed to hearing loss becoming the third most common physical health condition in America, which is predicted to double by 2050 according to the WHO.

In spite of the fact that the only way to know the truth about whether or not you are experiencing hearing loss is through regular non-invasive hearing assessments, many people put off hearing tests, putting themselves at greater risk of ongoing damage that leads to a number of serious negative mental and physical health problems.

Regardless of whether you or a loved one believes to be experiencing hearing loss or it’s been a while since your last hearing test, you’re probably due for a professional hearing assessment.

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Hearing Aid Technology

Discrete, Highly Advanced Hearing Aid Technology

If you’re like most people, those bulky, frustrating gadgets our parents or grandparents wore are probably what comes to mind whenever hearing aids are mentioned. Holding onto that outdated stigma causes many people to avoid addressing their hearing challenges.

You’ll be surprised to learn that modern hearing aid technology makes hearing aids smaller, lighter and more discreet to wear. In fact, many of the patients we work with tell us that their friends and/or colleagues have never noticed they are wearing a hearing device.

Today’s hearing aids feature long-lasting rechargeable batteries, noise cancellation, more powerful sound processing, and the capability to stream music, phone calls, and audio from your smartphone, television or PC directly to your hearing aids. In short, modern hearing aids amplify your life as much as they amplify your hearing.

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Earwax Removal

Dealing With Earwax The Right Way Is Critical

As a part of your body’s natural means of cleaning dirt and debris from your ears, earwax is a good thing, but when it builds up to a certain level, it can cause significant problems. Besides causing sounds to become muffled, earwax buildup can lead to stuffiness in your ears, dizziness, headaches, balance issues, infections, and ear pain.

Most people grab a cotton swab, a bobby pin, or some other small object to dig built-up earwax out of their ears, risking damage that can be far worse than the original problem. Our hearing care experts want to help prevent damage to your ears while helping you maintain the delicate balance between helpful and harmful earwax.

If you or a loved one is experiencing hearing or ear health problems due to a buildup of earwax, let our professionals deal with your earwax the right way with safe and effective earwax removal.

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With so many myths and misconceptions, it can be confusing to know what to do, who to trust, or how to take the first step toward better hearing.

That’s why our expert team is on hand to help

Simply complete the form and one of our highly trusted hearing professionals will call you for a friendly no-obligation conversation to answer any questions that you may have.

Remember, there’s no such thing as a silly question!

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