Hearing Services and Audiology
Diversified Hearing Services
4721 Transit Road
4855 Camp Road, Suite 400
2900 Delaware Avenue
6930 Williams Road
450 North Main Street, Suite 1
17 Limestone Drive, Suite 5
189 East Main Street
(In Westfield Memorial Hospital)
716 – 871-9915
Hours of Operation
- 8-5 Monday through Fridays
- Weekends and evening appointments available.
Hearing, Dizziness and Balance Diagnostics and TreatmentDiversified Hearing Services is a Audiology and Hearing Aid practice owned by Dr. Salvatore Gruttadauria, Au.D. At Diversified Hearing Services, we are committed to the provision of quality diagnostic, rehabilitative and wellness services that are patient-centered, ethical, comprehensive and accessible. The dignity, rights and confidentiality of our patients are vital and paramount to our core beliefs. We provide services to individuals and families whose lives have been impacted by hearing loss and balance problems to restore stability and maximize their potential for independence, functional abilities, and quality of life.
Our hearing aids are prescribed ONLY by Audiologists in conjunction with your physician. At Diversified Hearing Services, we work with you to determine the best hearing instrument for your lifestyle and hearing needs. We guarantee satisfaction during our 60 day trial period and dispense hearing aids ranging from the most cost effective models to advanced digital 'invisible' style hearing aids.? WHEN YOU PURCHASE A HEARING AID THROUGH OUR OFFICE, YOU ARE NOT ONLY ASSURED OF VALUE, BUT ALSO OF EXCEPTIONAL SERVICE AND EXPERTISE. At DIVERSIFIED HEARING SERVICES, you can be assured that you are being cared for with he highest level of expertise. Our audiologists have a minimum of Master's or Doctoral education! In addition to the most advanced devices and skilled staff, we offer:
- On-site Repair Lab
- Lifetime Service
- Interest Free Financing
- Free Batteries Program
Our Audiollogist will work with you to help you decide on the best style for you, based on your needs and desires.
We have offices conveniently located in the greater Buffalo area in the following places: Williamsville, Depew, Hamburg, Niagara Falls, Kenmore, Warsaw and Westfield.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Does Hearing Loss cause dementia?
- Seniors with hearing loss are significantly more likely to develop dementia over time than those who retain their hearing, a study by Johns Hopkins and National Institute on Aging researchers suggests. Although the reason for the link between the two conditions is unknown, the investigators suggest that a common pathology may underlie both or that the strain of decoding sounds over the years may overwhelm the brains of people with hearing loss, leaving them more vulnerable to dementia. They also speculate that hearing loss could lead to dementia by making individuals more socially isolated, a known risk factor for dementia and other cognitive disorders.
- Is there any hearing aid that is truly invisible?
- Lyric is the first extended wear hearing device that is 100% invisible. It is comfortably placed in the ear canal by our Audiologists and can be worn 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for up to 4 months at a time. This unique design and placement helps reduce background noise and feedback and provides exceptionally natural sound quality. Because it remains in the ear canal 24/7 for months at a time, you don’t need to worry about daily hassles like putting the device on or taking it off, or changing batteries, so you can forget about your hearing loss and spend time connecting with friends and loved ones.
- What causes hearing loss?
- Hearing loss can be caused by a number of factors – the aging process, heredity, disease, noise and build-up of earwax, middle ear fluid, among other things.
- What are some symptoms of Hearing Loss?
- Others complain you have the television too loud
- You have problems hearing birds or wind
- You have difficulty hearing female voices or children
- You have difficulty hearing in groups
- You find yourself confusing words or making silly mistakes misunderstanding conversations
- Other people, or family members, think you have a hearing loss
- What are the most common cause of dizziness?
- One of the most common balance disorders is Benign Paroxysmal Positioning Vertigo (BPPV). This problem is caused when there is debris inside the vestibular system of your inner ear. The good news is that this disorder is typically cured quickly with non-invasive therapy.