Only 1 out of every 5 people who could benefit from a hearing aid actually wear one.

Sioux Falls Audiology Associates

It is our mission to help you maximize your listening potential and improve quality of life. Our  multidimensional approach to hearing health care involves not only a medical component in diagnosing and monitoring hearing loss, the health of outer and middle ear, but also rehabilitative components of living with a hearing loss. Such treatments include: dispensing hearing aids and assistive devices, social and aural rehabilitation strategies, as well as noise protection, cerumen (ear wax) management,  and prevention of further hearing loss.

At Sioux Falls Audiology, we want you to know that you are not alone; there is help. We specialize in treating all aspects of hearing health, and are excited about the technological advancements that allow us to improve the hearing and speech for our patients. We can also assist you in developing techniques to better communicate with loved ones, business associates and the world.  We are a Veteran and family-owned business, and are committed to giving each individual the best hearing care in the greater Sioux Falls area.  Our office is now accepting new patients of all ages.

The average age of the first time hearing aid wearer is 70, even though onset of age-related or noise-induced hearing loss can occur several years prior.

Hear. Better. Now.

Taking the first step to improving your hearing can be nerve-wracking,  but we’re here to tell you it is worth it! Dealing with hearing loss is a challenge, but getting hearing aids can be, too. We are passionate about helping others over the hurdles.  You’ve struggled long enough; contact us today.

Hearing Aids

At Sioux Falls Audiology, our goal is to optimize your ability to communicate with the world around you. We have a wide variety of hearing aid options available to make that happen. We also carry batteries and offer maintenance and repair on all hearing aids, regardless of where they were purchased. Take a minute to familiarize yourself with the signs of hearing loss and the cost of hearing aids.

How to Choose a Hearing Aid

How do you decide which hearing aid is best for you or your loved one? There are a few things to consider, including the extent of the hearing loss, the patient’s overall mobility, ability to manipulate his/her fingers and his/her cognitive function. At Sioux Falls Audiology, we will help you sort through all the information and narrow down the options that are best for your unique situation and budget Call us today for more information.

How to Choose a Hearing Aid

How do you decide which hearing aid is best for you or your loved one? There are a few things to consider, including the extent of the hearing loss, the patient’s overall mobility, ability to manipulate his/her fingers and his/her cognitive function. At Sioux Falls Audiology, we will help you wade through all the information and narrow down the options that are best for your unique situation, including the fitting of hearing instruments and assistive listening devices. Call us today for more information.

What Our Patients Say

I would not hesitate to recommend the services of Sioux Falls Audiology. Many patients share common problems such as being unable to distinguish words because of background noise, hearing in a crowded room, or responding to someone in another room. Mandy is uniquely qualified to evaluate the problem and recommend options. Many times her recommendations involve counseling the entire family.
Whether the patient is nine or ninety, Sioux Falls Audiology will provide a thorough evaluation. -Tom P.

At Sioux Falls Audiology, better communication is just a phone call away. Contact the caring, professional team at Sioux Falls Audiology to discover how compassion, knowledge and innovation can improve your life.

Studies have shown as much as a 36% of dementia risk is attributable to hearing impairment,  and that hearing aids may delay the onset of dementia and cognitive decline.

Mandy Rounseville-Norgaard Au.D

Dr. Norgaard has 11 years of experience in practicing audiology, and a lifetime of experience wearing hearing aids. Dr. Norgaard was born with significant hearing loss in both ears and has worn hearing devices since the age of 3. She is uniquely qualified in understanding the frustration associated with hearing issues, and this has helped to fuel her passion for helping others manage their loss. Her background includes educational, private practice, ear nose and throat and VA experience.

 Hear. Better. Now.

Address

4948 E. 57th Street Sioux Falls, SD 57108