Oviatt, formerly Feldman and Oviatt Audiology Services have been the leader in Upstate New York for diagnostic hearing testing, vestibular evaluation and hearing aids for over 25 years.
Oviatt has professionally licensed audiologists specializing in evaluating and treating people with hearing loss. The staff at Oviatt work closely with physicians, conducting tests on patients to determine not only the amount of hearing loss, but possible causes.
Oviatt is excited about a new development in hearing aids that uses state-of-the-art technology to automatically detect speech. When none is detected, the voice-activated digital system automatically turns volume down to a more comfortable listening mode.
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Need some attention right away? Click the like below or call your local office and we’ll work you in during our walk-in hours. Your Oviatt staff provides excellent patient care in a comfortable and caring atmosphere.
Today’s hearing aids are programmable; more importantly, they are reprogrammable. Your Oviatt Provider is trained to make those adjustments to maximize your hearing with your current hearing device. Whether you just need a quick cleaning or a minor adjustment, stop by during our walk-in hours.
All Oviatt patients are welcome to receive free batteries for the life of their hearing instruments. Just stop by and pick up a couple of packs of our premium quality batteries, guaranteed to be fresh for long-lasting life.
Extraordinary sound quality meets
ZPower™ rechargeable convenience.
Finding solutions tailored to your individual needs is what you can expect with the professionals at Oviatt. Your general well-being depends on your ability to hear and differentiate sounds. When you visit our office you can expect customized solutions based on a thorough assessment of your needs and a focus on which option works for your ears and lifestyle.Experience the difference
New research is always being reported and could benefit your specific hearing situation. We also host events that promote and encourage hearing health.What's new