The Most Trusted Team of Audiologists in Southwest Louisiana near Creole, LA

Creole is the name given to colonial Louisianans and their descendants prior to the annexation of Louisiana into the United States, which made up the overwhelming majority of residents when our town was named in 1890. Our rural community allows individuals with a streak of independence to enjoy the freedom of the bayou, working and celebrating life the same way their ancestors did.

Hurricanes have had a major impact on our community for centuries and continue to be something we’ve learned to deal with in Creole, LA, adapting to whatever changes wind damage and floodwaters bring. Being able to adapt as you struggle with your hearing is something trusted hearing care professionals are able to provide to our community.

Rather than feeling connected to family, friends, and their community, those with hearing loss often feel disconnected, unable to share the abundance of knowledge and experience they’ve gained throughout their lifetime. Our audiology experts near Creole, LA, not quite an hour away in Lake Charles, have supported thousands of Southwest Louisiana patients on their journey to better hearing and a richer, independent quality of life.

Acadian Hearing Services’ comprehensive hearing assessments, expertise in balance and vestibular disorders, and advanced technology hearing aids used by our team of professional audiologists free Creole residents with hearing challenges to reconnect and share their vibrant and rewarding life with family, friends, and their Southwest Louisiana community.

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Address

555 Dr. Michael DeBakey Dr., Ste. 104 Lake Charles, LA 70601

Opening Hours

Monday: 8.00 - 5.00
Tuesday: 8.00 - 5.00
Wednesday: 8.00 - 5.00
Thursday: 8.00 - 5.00
Friday: 8:00 – 12:00
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Contact Details

Phone : (337) 436-3277

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Areas Served By Acadian Hearing Services

Our Services

Better Hearing Starts with a Comprehensive Hearing Assessment

Noticing the day-to-day changes of hearing loss is a lot like watching paint dry. It is a slow process that is difficult to detect until following conversations with your family, friends, and coworkers become a challenge.

Regular hearing assessments are the only way to know the truth about whether or not you’re losing your hearing. Even if you are only experiencing the early stages of hearing loss, a comprehensive hearing assessment by a doctor of audiology provides a baseline against which future changes are measured and treated.

A hearing assessment at either our main office in Lake Charles or our South Lake Charles location is quick, easy, non-invasive, and allows us to provide you with the truth about your hearing in about 20 minutes.

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Louisiana’s Leading Balance & Vestibular Specialists

Staying steady on your feet isn’t something you tend to concern yourself with until it becomes a struggle. Keeping your balance involves sensory information regarding motion, equilibrium, and spatial orientation used by the vestibular components located in your inner ears.

When vestibular components function as designed, the impulses they send to your brain allow it to order the necessary physical adjustments to other parts of your body to keep you in balance. However, when these components are not working right, they lead to dizziness and balance disorders.

The doctors of audiology at Acadian Hearing are well equipped and have more than 30 years of experience as Louisiana’s leading balance and vestibular experts to address dizziness and balance challenges.

Best-in-Class Hearing Aid Technology to Fit Your Independent Lifestyle

When you think of hearing aids, the bulky, frustrating devices your parents or grandparents used to wear probably come to mind. However, today’s hearing aid technology is nothing like it was even a decade ago.

Smaller, lighter, nearly invisible, much more powerful, and user-friendly are all features of modern hearing aid technology. In addition to greater hearing clarity, even in noisy environments, our best-in-class hearing aid technology includes connectivity options that allow you to link your hearing aid to your smartphone, laptop, PC, and other digital devices for an enhanced hearing experience.

With a wide range of styles, colors, and levels of technology available, Southwest Louisiana has access to hearing aids that fit your hearing needs, personal preferences, and independent lifestyle.

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Access Audiology: Remote Hearing Care for Southwest Louisiana

Self-isolation due to health concerns as well as travel and scheduling challenges can make attending an in-office appointment at either our main clinic or south Lake Charles location a challenge.

Access Audiology provides a no-contact solution to overcome these challenges using teleconferencing technology to connect you to one of Acadian Hearing’s audiology professionals for a face-to-face consultation. All you need is a smartphone, laptop, or PC with a video camera and a reliable internet connection to receive the hearing care you need in your home or wherever you happen to be.

Whether you’re taking advantage of our 15-minute, complimentary, initial consultation as a newcomer, or you’re an existing patient needing advice, troubleshooting, or remote programming support for your hearing aids, we’ve got Southwest Louisiana covered with Access Audiology.

Request A Callback

There are a lot of myths and misconceptions about hearing loss and hearing aids which can make it difficult to know who to trust.

That’s why our team of audiologists are on hand to help!

If you have a question, a concern, or would like to speak to one of our professionals then simply complete this form and we will call you back shortly for a friendly, no-obligation conversation.

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