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Gene McHugh, EdD

Clinical Audiologist & Owner

Colorado License #95

1330 West Colorado Avenue

Colorado Springs, CO 80904

 

LOCATION  & DIRECTIONS

 

Audiologist and Staff

 

Phone Numbers

719.520.1155

(Fax) 719.520.0130

Contact us by

E-mail

 

Office Hours

Monday-Thursday

9:00 AM-5:00 PM

Closed Fridays

Mountain Time USA

 

Newsletter Articles

(((Wireless))) Hearing Aids

Big benefits & little disadvantages

 

Apples to Apples

Why We Publish our Hearing Aid Prices

 

Apples to Oranges 
Why the Best Brand is ALL Brands

Those Adorable Pets  Reminder to keep your hearing aid(s) safe

Why we do not carry Lyric products

Why we do not take Medicare

Rule for determining when hearing aids will be necessary  

Is Oticon's Opn over-rated?

Colorado Spring Audiology Web Site

Developed and maintained by Dr. Gene McHugh

© 2018

 

 

COLORADO SPRINGS AUDIOLOGY
The Audiology office of Dr. Gene McHugh provides earwax removal, professional audiometry, and hearing aid related services.  We are not a sales oriented office.  Fees are lower and if you don't need hearing aids, we will tell you.  Please note - Medicare covers 0% (i.e., nothing!) on hearing aids to ear physicians, audiologists or hearing aid dispensers. So, compare hearing prices and choose a provider who has the training, credentials and experience to handle your individual hearing and/or tinnitus problem. For information about Dr. McHugh's background, click on his picture to the left.    
 

        
The building below is a professional duplex owned and operated by Dentist Dr. Mary Purinsh on the right, and Audiologist Dr. Gene McHugh on the left.  The office is located at the corner of 14th Street on West Colorado Avenue. Please call for an appointment.

Click on picture for Google map directions
1330 West Colorado Avenue
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80904   
HEARING AID PRICELIST
We publish our prices because they are almost always lower, sometimes unbelievably lower, on the same make and model of hearing aid.  Before you buy, check and see just how much better our prices are on Phonak and Oticon hearing aid products.   
Hearing aids   
Colorado Springs Audiology is an independent audiology clinic.  We are not owned, associated, or franchised by any hearing aid company, audiology, or ENT group.  We are not limited to using any certain brands.  As such, we can use high end products such as Oticon and Phonak at substantially lower costs.  All hearing aids have a 100% money-back guarantee, with two-year warranty, including two-year coverage against loss/damage.  Please note:  Medicare  does not cover hearing aids. 
 
Hearing Evaluations 
All audiometric exams are conducted in a soundproof room with calibrated equipment  and meet the highest standards of audiometric practice. Exams are $50, and fees are waived if a patient is referred by his or her physician or healthcare provider.* 
Information for physicians and other healthcare professionals.
Earwax removal  
We are one of the few audiology offices where earwax is removed with the aid of a binocular microscope Insurance including Medicare does not cover ear wax removal.  The fee for ear cleaning is $25.00 per ear and is private pay only.  Dr. McHugh has 25 years of experience cleaning ears.  However, occasionally removal is beyond his level of training and experience.  If it is determined the procedure requires further expertise, you will be referred to your PCP or to a medical ear specialist. Online publications regarding earwax removal by Dr. McHugh.
Custom Earpieces  
Custom ear products are available for hearing instrument users, shooters, employees who work around excessive noise, along with special  earmolds for pilots, broadcasters, Bluetooth cell phones, notebook users, and anything else that requires a custom ear product. Click here for more information about Hearing Protection
 
WHAT TO EXPECT ON YOUR FIRST VISIT  


On Left - Colorado Springs Audiology
Reception Room

Two TV's
Current Magazines
Coffee Bar
Energy Drinks
Great Snacks




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MORE INFORMATION  

Adjusting to Hearing Aids
Assistive Devices
Aging and Hearing -  What's normal for my age?

Audiogram - How to Read 
Audiologist - by Definition
Audiology Scope of Practice - ASHA
Audiometric Scores and Hearing Disability
Background Noise
Batteries- General Information
Basic Evaluation
Care for your BTE's
Care for your ITE's, ITC's, and CIC's
Checking your Hearing - Questionnaire

Cochlear Implants
Coping with loss 
Degree of Hearing Loss 
Diseases of Hearing Loss

Detecting Hearing Problems
Dizziness
Different Levels of Noise 
Earmolds and Ear Monitors
Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) physicians
Earwax Removal
FAQ's Regarding Hearing Aids
Hearing Aid Batteries
Hearing Aid Candidacy   
Hearing Aid Guarantee

Hearing Aids - Both Ears vs. One
Hearing Aid Styles
Hearing Aid Repairs
Hearing Aid Warranty

Hearing Protection
Just Moved Here and Need Help 
How Satisfaction is Measured
Hearing Aid Selection
History Information
Hyperacusis and Treatment 
How to Insert CICís
How to Insert RITE Revices
How We Hear
Hearing and Age
Insurance for Hearing Aids
Industrial-OSHA Program
iPod Danger Overexaggerated
Is a Referral Necessary?
Lyric - Why I Do NOT Carry this Product
Medicare Coverage for Hearing Aids 
Middle Ear Implants  
Noise Exposure
Page for Physicians 
Payment Options
Prevalence of Hearing Impairment 
Relevant Information about Your History 
Self-Test for Hearing Problems
Strategies to Cope with Hearing Loss
Sharpening your Attentiveness Skills 
Sudden Hearing Loss
Symptoms of Hearing Loss 
Tinnitus
Wireless Hearing Aids

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