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A Combined 73+ Years of Trusted Care

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A Combined 73+ Years of Trusted Care

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A Combined 73+ Years of Trusted Care

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AZ Balance - 602.265.9000

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If you are searching for the most qualified and caring audiologist for yourself or your loved one, you are in the right place; Arizona Balance & Hearing Aids! You should feel confident when choosing your Phoenix audiologist for yourself or your family. To help you make an informed decision, Dr. Dana Day has written this free report:

Does The Fear Of Losing Your Independence Worry You Or A Loved One?

Don’t Let Hearing Loss Keep You From The Things You Enjoy The Most!

Dr. Day and Her Team Have Improved the Lives of Over 100,000 People in Maricopa County Since 1985!

Your 5-Star Rated Audiologist In Phoenix, AZ

Providing World-Class Care For Hearing Aids, Balance Disorders, Tinnitus & More For All Ages

Dear Friend,

At Arizona Balance and Hearing Aids, we constantly strive to go above and beyond in providing a hearing rehabilitation solution that lets you enjoy the sounds of the world around you. For every patient, uncompromising quality is our top priority when it comes to your hearing and balance care. Helping people restore music and conversation in their lives is our passion. Many physicians refer their patients to us for tests because they depend on our quality of care. Plus, over 100,000 people have trusted us with their hearing health, and we look forward to providing you with the same excellence and high-quality care. 

Thanks to our modern in-office technologies, we are pleased to be able to offer you increased convenience and comfort when you take advantage of our available hearing aids and hearing loss rehabilitation options. If you or a loved one has suffered from a sense of isolation due to hearing loss or ringing in your ears (tinnitus), our compassionate audiologist in Phoenix, AZ can help you find the right solution to reconnect you with your loved ones. If you are experiencing dizziness or feel unsteady due to lack of balance, then we also have 5-star-rated treatments that can help you feel secure on your feet again.

Ultimately, you should do your research when choosing your hearing aid specialist or audiologist. To help you, we wrote, “The Top 10 Things You Should Know Before Choosing Your Audiologist.” Inside this report, you will find the ten most crucial things to know (and what to ask) before you commit to a hearing loss rehabilitation plan. If any questions arise as you read this report, feel free to call our friendly hearing center to ask! We are here for you.

To Your Hearing Clarity,

Dr. Dana Day, Au.D.

P.S. If you are looking for a real-world solution to your hearing loss, tinnitus, or balance disorder, then you are in the right place! To see if our hearing aids with NeuroTechnology™ are right for you, call 602.265.9000 to schedule your ABHA Hearing Consultation and find out how our experienced team can help you.

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