Ear to Hear in Springfield

Springfield's Premier Hearing Center

Ear to Hear in Springfield

975 S. Durkin Drive, Suite 103
Springfield, IL 62704

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Our Springfield office is located on the corner of Monroe Street and Durkin Drive in Springfield. Our office is located on the west side of the street in a brick and beige a-frame office complex. 

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Hearing Aids at Ear to Hear in Springfield

We offer a variety of hearing aids in all styles and from the major hearing aid manufacturers. At Ear To Hear, we offer hearing aids from Signia, Widex, Resound, Phonak, Unitron, Starkey and more. 

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Signia (formerly siemens)

The Signia hearing aid brand (formerly known as Siemens hearing instruments) is owned by Sivantos, the same company that owns HearUSA, Rexton and more. Their most current product is the NX line of hearing aids that include the Signia Charge & Go, as well as the Silk invisible hearing aid. 


Widex is a Danish hearing aids company, long known for their exceptional sound quality. Their most current hearing aid, the Widex Evoke, is the first hearing aid to utilize machine learning technology. 


ReSound hearing aids are part of the GN Nord Store conglomerate. They are credited with making one of the first open-fit hearing aids (the Resound Air). Their latest hearing aid is the LiNX 3D, a made-for-iPhone hearing aid. 


The Phonak brand of hearing aids is part of the Sonova congolmerate, which also owns Unitron. They have long been known as an innovative company in the space. They currently have a lineup that features their popular and flexible line of Audeo RIC hearing aids. 


Unitron is owned by the same company that owns Phonak and they are headquartered in Canada. Their flagship product is the Moxi All, which is both rechargeable and connects to smartphones. 


Starkey is the only major American-owned hearing aid manufacturer left. Owned by Bill Austin, they are also associated with the Starkey Hearing Foundation, which gives away hearing aids to those in developing countries.

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Hearing Services at Ear to Hear in Springfield

Ear to Hear is a hearing aid center offering hearing aid fitting services and free hearing tests and Otoscopic exams. As an independent hearing aid dispensary, Ear to Hear is proud to serve the residents of Springfield, IL for all of their hearing health needs.

Hearing aid fittings

We can fit and program hearing aids from almost any manufacturer. Our hearing aid fittings are backed by local service, a factory warranty, and a risk-free guarantee. 

hearing aid repair

We can repair almost any make and model of hearing aid. If your hearing aid isn’t working properly, bring it in to Ear to Hear for a comprehensive inspection. 

hearing tests

In addition to hearing aid services, we also offer free hearing aid exams to the public. Not sure if you have a hearing loss? Then come in to one of our hearing aid offices today for a complete check-up!

Treating Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is the third most common medical condition in the United States, affecting approximately 48 million Americans. Though hearing loss is often thought of as something that only affects older people, the reality is that people of all ages experience hearing loss. Studies have found that cases of hearing loss are rising in younger populations. In addition to age-related hearing loss (presbycusis), the most common form of hearing loss is noise-induced hearing loss.
Noise-induced hearing loss occurs when you are exposed to dangerously loud sounds over a long period of time. Because it often occurs gradually, it may be difficult to pinpoint and seek treatment. Particularly for veterans who have returned from combat zones, exposure to loud sounds in the field could cause permanent hearing damage.
With hearing loss, it is important to seek treatment as soon as possible. Treating hearing loss bring significant benefits to one’s overall health and well-being. People with untreated hearing loss have been found to have lower earning power than colleagues with normal hearing, or colleagues who treat their hearing loss with hearing aids.
In addition to higher earning power, treating hearing loss ensures that you are connected to the people in your life and the activities that you love to do.

Springfield, Illinois

Today, Springfield has a population just shy of 120,000 people. It is also a young city: the median age in Springfield is 38 years old. According to the 2015 census, the most common jobs in Springfield, IL are Management, Business, Science & Arts, Sales & Office, and Service. Springfield has a robust economy – and an important part of all of these industries is your sense of hearing.

Furthermore, Springfield is home to a large population of military personnel who served in the war in Vietnam – 2.77 times greater than any other conflict. The most common service periods for Springfield veterans are Vietnam (2,942), and the two Gulf Wars (1990s) and (2001 to present).

With 60% of the American workforce experiencing some degree of hearing loss, and 60% of veterans experiencing some degree of hearing loss upon return from combat zones, Ear to Hear is proud to be a member of Springfield’s business community, providing a crucial service.

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What's in a name? Springfield Edition

Did you know that Springfield is the second most common town and city name in the US? Even so, there are many things that set our fair city apart from all the other Springfields in the country.
Though it is currently the capital of Illinois, Springfield is actually the third one. In 1809, Kaskaskia was the capital of the Illinois Territory; Vandalia became the second capital after Illinois became a state from 1819 to 1839; and in 1839, Springfield took the helm as capital.
In 1818, the area around Springfield was first settled by trappers and traders along the Sangamon River, with the first cabin built in 1820 by John Kelly. Springfield was originally named Calhoun, after Senator John C. Calhoun of South Carolina, who fell out of favor in the 1830s, at which point Springfield renamed itself, after the town of Springfield, Massachusetts – revered for its innovation and growth. Our Springfield hoped to do the same as a pioneer outpost.
From these humble beginnings, Springfield has become a vibrant and diverse city with a thriving business community. Ear to Hear is proud to be a member of Springfield’s business community, providing comprehensive hearing health care.

The Home of President Abraham Lincoln

As the capital of Illinois, Springfield has a long and illustrious history. It is notably the home of President Abraham Lincoln, though he did not move to Springfield until 1837. Here, President Lincoln launched his political career, joined the state militia, and was elected into the Illinois General Assembly. He spent 24 years in Springfield as a lawyer and politician, giving a number of historic speeches in the city, including his farewell speech before leaving for Washington D.C.