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Trusted Local Hearing Care Available For Norwalk, CT

Since its founding, Norwalk, CT, has survived being burned to the ground during the Revolutionary War, a major train disaster in the 1850s, and a series of hurricanes and their resulting floods in 1955. Each time our community has faced adversity, we’ve come back even stronger.

Throughout the 19th and 20th centuries, Norwalk was a major stop on the New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad line. In the 21st century, our community serves as headquarters for Pepperidge Farms, Xerox, Frontier Communications, and Booking Holdings. Our rich cultural diversity is cause to celebrate the Greek Orthodox Festival in August and the Round Hill Highland Games each July.

Museums, Film and Symphony, nearly a dozen National Register Historic Places, and an annual Oyster Festival are all best enjoyed when you hear better. True to our heritage, the Auditory and Vestibular Institute of New England (AVI New England) provides trusted hearing care designed to face the adversity caused by hearing challenges and help you achieve a richer and more rewarding quality of life through better hearing.

Thanks to our co-founder, Dr. Bauman, who continues to have a major impact on the hearing care industry, AVI New England is able to provide Norwalk, CT and nearby communities with personalized and local solutions to address hearing loss, tinnitus, sound sensitivity issues, or balance disorders.

A view down the pier boardwalk in Norwalk, CT

Norwalk, CT

You can call or visit our AVI New England clinic at:

148 East Ave, 3L Norwalk, CT 06851
  • MONDAY : Closed
  • TUESDAY : 7am – 5pm
  • WEDNESDAY : Closed
  • THURSDAY : 7am – 5pm
  • FRIDAY : Closed

Appointments outside of regular hours available by special request.

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How Can We Help?

Hearing Assessments

When Was Your Last Hearing Test?

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Most people regularly have their eyes, teeth and bloodwork tested but rarely do they include checking their hearing.

It is reported that hearing loss is the third most common physical health condition, impacting globally 1 in 8 individuals. The World Health Organization predicts that hearing loss will almost double in the next 30 years; this makes a regular hearing assessment critically important.

The biggest challenge is that hearing loss often occurs slowly and gradually, making it almost impossible to notice on a day-to-day change.

Typically, our loved ones are first to notice that we are experiencing a hearing challenge before we do.

Having a regular hearing assessment allows for early detection of hearing loss ensuring the right preventive measures are taken so that your hearing health is optimally cared for.

If you are concerned about your hearing or a loved one’s hearing, we highly encouraged you to schedule a hearing assessment. It is quick, non-invasive, and you’ll receive the results immediately.

Prescription Hearing Aid Technology

Helping You to Find the Right Prescription Hearing Aid Technology Based on Your Unique Circumstances, Lifestyle, and Budget

Having invented the most widely used hearing aid in the world, it is fair to say that Dr. Bauman, an engineer and an audiologist, and his team, know best about the auditory mechanism, the brain associated with speech and language and the electronics of hearing devices to make the best recommendation for your individualized hearing issues.

Despite the significant progression in hearing technology over the past decade, it is predicted by the World Health Organization, that 83% of people who can

benefit from hearing technology are still reluctant to take first step toward better hearing. There is still stigma associated with wearing hearing aids. There remains a false belief that hearing aids are the large, clunky devices that our grandparents used to wear. The truth is today’s hearing technology is incredibly small, discreet, and smart.

Hearing devices no longer just magnify the sounds you hear, now they smartly have the capability to amplify your hearing and your life, allowing you to engage and enjoy your family and friends.

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Tinnitus Evaluations & Treatment

Receive Tinnitus and Sound Sensitivity* Help from the Expert that The Experts Turn to for Help.

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If you are experiencing challenges with tinnitus (ringing in the ear) or sound sensitivity, then you will understand the detrimental impact that this can have on the quality of your life. The simplest of joys can become agonizing. There is a misconception that there is no treatment for tinnitus or sound sensitivity. It can be overwhelming to think that you will struggle with these challenges for the rest of your life.

To help his patients, Dr. Bauman established a tinnitus and sound oversensitivity clinic early in his career. He has developed

proprietary special treatment therapies which he also teaches to practitioners both nationally and internationally. He is now considered the expert that experts turn to for advice and support.

Please schedule a consultation with Dr. Bauman to discuss how your auditory problems can be treated. In-office and Tele-Health consultation appointments are available. *Sound Sensitivity Disorders such as: Hyperacusis, Phonophobia, Misophonia, 4S, TTTS, Acoustic Shock, Disembarkment Syndrome

Request a Callback

With so many myths and misconceptions about healthy hearing, it can be confusing to know what to do and who to trust.

The team at AVI New England is here to help.

Simply complete this form and a member of our team will contact you for a personal, no-obligation conversation
to answer your questions and discuss any challenges that you or a loved one may be having.

All questions are welcome!

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Ask Dr. Bauman

Norwalk, CT

(475) 227-0842
(203) 557-7215

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(475) 227-0842

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(203) 291-2929