Welcome to the Texas Professional Hearing Center – where we listen so you can hear. Texas Professional Hearing Center is a local, family-owned and operated audiologist office with fully licensed and insured professionals, including a licensed hearing instrument specialist, to help you with all your hearing needs. For almost 20 years, we have served Baytown and the surrounding areas.
Consulting Audiology Services
We provide forensic and legal consultation regarding hearing loss, tinnitus, and vestibular disorders, as well as audiological worker’s compensation examinations. Professional services in consultation with legal counsel are provided at hourly rates. Examination and reporting fees vary upon the specific needs of the case. For more information, contact Dr. Lacey Brooks at Texas Professional Hearing […]Learn More
Diagnostic Hearing Test
If you have been referred for a diagnostic audiologic evaluation, it means that your hearing needs to be further examined. A diagnostic audiologic evaluation may be indicated for individuals who did not pass an initial hearing screening. The evaluation is done to determine if a hearing loss is present and, if so, to detail the […]Learn More
Cerumen or earwax is a naturally-occurring substance that lubricates and protects the ear canal. If a blockage occurs, it may need to be removedLearn More
Hearing Aid Evaluation
With so many hearing aids available on the market, it can be difficult to know which one to choose or to determine which device will best suit your needs. Texas Professional Hearing Centers offers evaluation for hearing aids, empowering you to find the right hearing aid for your type and degree of hearing loss, as well as your budget, lifestyle and other needs.Learn More
Hearing Aid Fitting & Programming
During the hearing aid dispensing and fitting appointment, the audiologist will take your new devices and set or tune them to help bring you better clarity in your hearing while also ensuring you understand how to use your new devices.
Live speech mapping is one of the newest advancements in hearing loss technology. The technology used during a hearing aid fitting enables audiologists to check the sound going through a hearing aid in real-time.Learn More
Hearing Aid Repair and Maintenance
Hearing aids can last up to seven years, on average. However, even with the best care, sometimes accidents can happen. At Texas Professional Hearing Center, we provide hearing aid repair and maintenance to help you make the most of your investment.Learn More
Hearing Care for Infants and Children
Hearing loss does not discriminate amongst ages; in fact, according to the World Health Organization, 34 million children worldwide are affected by hearing loss. Untreated hearing loss at young ages can lead to developmental delays in speech, language and more.Learn More
If you or a loved one has hearing loss, consider calling our team of hearing healthcare professionals for a diagnostic audiologic evaluation. This series of tests determines, in the form of an audiogram, the type and degree — or severity — of hearing loss you may have, and in which ear, or ears.
When safety is one of your top values, turn to Texas Professional Hearing Center for industrial hearing screenings. These screenings offer OSHA-approved tests and training that ensure manufacturing companies maintain the safest environments for their employees.Learn More
Industrial Hearing Test
Hearing damage is a real and unfortunate effect of long-term exposure to loud noise. Noise is a hazard of industrial workers and workers of any occupation who are repeatedly exposed to loud noise. Hearing damage from noise is fully preventable when the right precautions are taken from the start. Regular hearing tests to evaluate any […]Learn More
Tinnitus Treatment Options
Tinnitus, known as a constant ringing in the ear, is often thought to be a condition in and of itself. However, tinnitus is actually a symptom of a larger health condition. In fact, there are many health conditions that could cause tinnitus, which is why treatment options vary.Learn More
Understanding Dizziness, Vertigo & Imbalance
Texas Professional Hearing Center is excited announce our partnership with the American Institute of Balance (AIB), located in Largo, FL. AIB is one of the country’s best-known diagnostic, treatment and educational facilities specializing in equilibrium disorders. The Institute is widely recognized for providing practitioners with the most current clinical and scientific breakthroughs in treatments. We […]Learn More