Ken Madler

I have been serving hearing impaired people since 1996 with a Masters Degree in Audiology from Ball State University.

Please stop in or call to set an appointment for a FREE hearing screening.
Let me help you here today so you can hear tomorrow

Our Office is located mid-block on the East side of the Randolph County Courthouse Square
113 S. Main St.
Winchester, IN 47394
(765) 584-4327
1-(877) 584-3277

Preparing for your appointment

As you prepare to make an appointment with me, there are a few important things to keep in mind.

First, getting treatment for hearing loss is an ongoing process, and you’ll want to make the process as convenient as possible.

I will be asking you to complete some paperwork prior to your appointment. We will have you complete the paperwork when you get to your appointment. Be thorough when providing information about your medical history, especially if your hearing loss might be associated with another health problem or an injury.

If possible, bring a spouse, family member, or friend to the appointment with you. You’ll receive a great deal of information during your first appointment, and it can be helpful to have another person listening and taking notes. Seeing how you respond to a familiar voice throughout your appointment will also help me understand more about your hearing loss.

Contact Us Today!

Our Office is located mid-block on the East side of the Randolph County Courthouse Square

(765) 584-4327
1-(877) 584-3277

During this initial hearing meeting, we will decide if you need a full evaluation with a variety of hearing tests. Your hearing difficulty may be something as simple as earwax, or it may be a common age-related hearing loss. Either way, you’ll find out exactly where you stand and what you can do about it.

You undoubtedly have lots of questions about hearing loss and your options for treatment. Be sure to write them down and bring the list to your appointment.

Here are some questions to help you get started:

  • Do I have hearing loss, and if so, what type?
  • Is it medically treatable?
  • What are my treatment options?
  • Can I prevent further hearing loss?
  • Is there anything I can do on my own to hear better?

Your initial examination should take about an hour, but then you’ll have accomplished the most important step on your journey to better hearing!