As more information about the coronavirus has become available, we believe it is important to inform our patients on best practices to keep yourselves and your family members safe.
Please be aware that our office is taking precautions to prevent against this disease. We are cleaning ALL potentially contaminated client surfaces including door handles, chairs, etc. If you or someone you have been in contact with is at risk or has shown any symptoms of the coronavirus, we ask that you please contact us to reschedule your appointment.
Hearing allows us to keep in touch with the world around us, whether it's laughing with friends and family or enjoying our favorite music. When we start to lose our hearing, sometimes that connection can be harder to maintain — but it doesn't have to be that way. Most hearing loss can be treated so you can get right back to living your life. If you've noticed that you have to ask people to repeat themselves more often or that you aren't enjoying activities as much as you used to, it might be time to come in to get your hearing tested.
Gallaher's House of Hearing Aids has been family owned and operated for more than 30 years, and two generations of Gallahers have helped St. Louis hear since the 1960s. You can be sure we'll treat you the same way we'd treat a member of our own family. We still give the same high level of service and personal touch that we always have. We are honored to be trusted with your hearing, and we'll work by your side to find the right hearing aids for your life and your budget.
We were the first to offer a 30-day free hearing aid loan in the St. Louis area, so there's no pressure for you. You don't have to put down a deposit or give us your credit card — we'll loan you a pair of our hearing aids completely free of charge. At the end of the 30-day trial period, we'll look at the results together and make a decision. We feel that's the only way to be sure that this is the right thing for you.
Hearing aids have always been a part of Scott's life. As the youngest of four children, he used to help out in his parents' office after school. He believes that fitting hearing aids properly is as much an art as it is a science, and his hands-on experience means he knows how to do it well.
"Absolutely tops!! I've had two hearing aids before this one from other sources. They both are in a drawer. The sound was flat and did not discriminate in situations where there was a lot of background noise. All I could hear was the background, not the voices.
Scott Gallaher is a specialist who does a workup on your particular frequency of hearing loss and matches the device to you loss, amplifying what you have trouble hearing and allowing the frequencies you can hear to come through. The result is natural and 'live' sound. I cannot say enough good things about Scott Gallaher and his sister at Gallaher's House of Hearing. I'm back in the game."
- A Satisfied Patient
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