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Helping Southeast Alaskans hear better since 1993.

Are you turning down party invitations because you keep missing the punch lines to your friends’ jokes? Does your spouse complain about you turning the volume up on the TV all the time? Are you feeling frustrated and isolated because you keep having to ask people to talk louder, or think everybody is just mumbling?

Get the help you need today. Call us at 907.789.6780

Hearing Loss Remedies for Active Lifestyles

People from all over Southeast Alaska trust Northland Audiology to understand and resolve their hearing struggles so they can get back to hearing and living a full and active life. As Southeast Alaska’s only private audiology practice, we work hard to provide truly personalized solutions to all Southeast Alaskans. Our highly experienced audiologist and helpful, knowledgable staff are here to meet all of your hearing needs. We will work closely with you to find the right solution to not only improve your ability  to hear again, but also improve your life. With an office in Juneau, monthly clinic in Ketchikan and bi-montly clinic in Petersburg, you can spend less time traveling and more time communicating, living, and hearing the world around you! Contact us today to set up an appointment and get back to connecting with your friends, loved ones, co-workers, and your favorite songs and sounds around beautiful Southeast Alaska!

Reconnect with life. Call us at 907.789.6780
Rediscover the world! Call us at 907.789.6780

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