Ko'olau Audiology

Your Goal is Our Goal, "Better Hearing"!
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Who We Are

Welcome to Ko’olau Audiology

33 million Americans suffer from some degree of hearing loss. Which means that more than 33 million people are in the same boat you’re in. They live with, know, and/or love someone with hearing loss. The best thing you can do for them is to convince them that its time to find out if they do indeed have a problem.  Not everyone does, but the only way to find out the answer to the “Do I have a problem hearing?” question is to come in for a hearing test.

Hearing Testing

A hearing test is a painless procedure designed to provide us with information about the status of your ability to hear.   We treat every patient as an individual and will tailor the visit to meet your needs.

Tinnitus Therapy

Tinnitus is commonly described as a ringing in the ears, but it also can sound like roaring, clicking, hissing, or buzzing.  In the past year, experts estimate that 22.7 million adult Americans experienced tinnitus for more than three months, which is roughly 10 percent of the adult population of the United States. Tinnitus does not have a cure yet, but treatments that help many people cope better with the condition are available.

Hearing Aids

What You Need to Know Before You Buy a Hearing Aid

You’re ready, but still have a few questions.  Here are a few answers that might provide you with the information you need to get started. 

Will a hearing aid help me?

If you have an aidable hearing loss, meaning you have some hearing left to work with then the answer is yes, a hearing aid will help you to hear better.

Will I need two hearing aids?
If you have a problem hearing in both ears (and that’s the rule not the exception) then in all likelihood you will need 2 hearing aids.
Will everyone know I'm wearing a hearing aid?
Maybe they will and maybe they won’t.  But they will notice that you have a hearing problem. More people will notice that you’re having a problem hearing then will ever notice that you’re wearing a hearing aid.
Can I try a hearing aid?
Yes, you can try hearing aids.  Trying a hearing aid to see if a hearing aid works is not the purpose of a trial period.  Instead, a trial period should be viewed as a way to assess which hearing aids may be right for you.  If we already know you have hearing loss then we already know you will benefit from hearing aids. 

Take Our Hearing Quiz

Not sure if hearing loss is impacting you on a day to day basis? Take our hearing quiz for a little more insight on how your hearing may be having a negative impact.

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Helping You Hear Better

We provide comprehensive, compassionate and cost-effective care for each of our patients.  Our goal is to improve hearing, communication and the overall quality of life for the patients we are privileged to serve.

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40 Aulike Street, Suite 211
Kailua, HI 96734

Telephone: 808-263-4111

Office Hours: M-F 8:30 - 4:30


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Life doesn't have a replay button.  If you don't hear it the first time you may never hear it again.

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