Delivering Advanced Audiological Care in Magnolia

Delivering The Highest Levels of Hearing Healthcare with a Big Heart and Soul!

A Personal Message from Owner and Audiologist

Lori Lovato MA, FAAA

Many people believe that the solution to a hearing loss is simply great technology.

Yet if you ask somebody that has successfully treated their hearing loss, they’ll tell you that the much more important part of the puzzle is working with the right hearing professional.

Magnolia Hearing is this wonderful community’s only team of audiologists focused on helping local people to achieve better hearing through a methodical process of industry best practices combined with a big heart and soul.

By combining great technology with an even greater level of care and expertise, our promise is that we’ll support you every step of the way to help you achieve better hearing and allow you to continue to bring your best self to the world.

If you or a loved one is looking to partner with trusted hearing care professionals that are community focused and deliver the highest levels of care, then hand on heart, I promise that you’re in the right place and we are here to help.

Lori Lovato

Our Services

Hearing Assessments

When Was Your Last Hearing Test?

Although the latest data shows that hearing loss is the third most common physical condition, behind arthritis and heart disease, and the World Health Organization predicts that hearing loss cases will double in the next 30 years, hardly any of us regularly test our hearing.

Regular eye tests, dental check-ups, and yearly physicals have become the norm, and yet hearing assessments typically only occur once a hearing loss has been noticed by your physician or loved ones.

If you have any concerns about your hearing or a loved one’s hearing, then we strongly encourage you to schedule a hearing evaluation. It’s quick and non-invasive, and discovering an early hearing loss means that the right measures can be taken early to ensure that it doesn’t worsen by remaining untreated.

Advanced Hearing Technology

Small, Discreet & Powerful Hearing Technology

Nobody grows up looking forward to the day when they can wear their first hearing aids, but with approximately 48 million Americans having some form of hearing loss, it’s a step that hundreds of thousands of people take each year.

However, the good news is that hearing technology has rapidly progressed over recent years, with the large, clunky devices that you may remember your grandparents wearing being a thing of the past.

Today’s technology is small and discreet, and many of our patients even tell us that their friends and loved ones have never even noticed them. With rechargeable batteries and advanced connectivity, you can even stream music, sound, and phone calls directly from your cell phone, tablet, or computer into your ears, ensuring that they don’t just amplify your hearing but also amplify your life.

Tinnitus Treatment

Helping You to Take Control of Your Tinnitus

Dealing with a constant ringing, buzzing, or hissing sensation in your ears can be incredibly frustrating. Tinnitus affects about seventy-five percent of individuals at some stage of their life, varying from a minor annoyance to a severely disruptive condition.

At Magnolia Hearing, we provide a wide range of solutions to address tinnitus, including advanced hearing technology, sound therapy, and effective management techniques. Our aim is to assist individuals in our local community to regain control over their tinnitus symptoms.

If you or a loved one is struggling with tinnitus, you’re encouraged to schedule a comprehensive evaluation. We are dedicated to helping you regain control and find relief from tinnitus.

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Seattle’s Finest

Meet Our Team

Lori Lovato, Audiologist at Magnolia Hearing

Audiologist, MA, FAAA

Au.D, CH-TM, FAAA

Patient Care Coordinator

Lizzie Horn, Audiologist At Magnolia Hearing

Audiologist

Matt Pall, Au.D, CCC-A - Audiologist at Magnolia Hearing

Au.D, CCC-A - Audiologist

Operations Director

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