Alison Burks Clinic of Hearing

1000 South Hill Road, Suite 330 Ventura, CA 93003 

(805) 947-3132

1000 South Hill Road, Suite 330
Ventura, CA 93003 USA


Hearing Tests

Studies have consistently demonstrated the significant advantages of early identification for individuals with hearing loss.

Taking part in a hearing test is a simple and painless process that can provide invaluable insights.

During your hearing evaluation, we will conduct a comprehensive assessment to gain a deeper understanding of how hearing loss impacts your daily life. This will include discussing your medical history and utilizing state-of-the-art equipment to assess your current hearing ability. Furthermore, we will explore various factors that may have contributed to the development of your hearing loss.

Undergoing a thorough hearing evaluation enables us to fully grasp the range of volumes and frequencies you can perceive, as well as how well you comprehend speech from others. In the event of hearing loss, our primary objective is to equip you with comprehensive information, empowering you to make informed decisions regarding the most suitable course of treatment.

Hearing evaluations play a crucial role in safeguarding long-term hearing health.

Even if you are not currently experiencing any noticeable symptoms, it is strongly recommended that everyone undergo regular hearing evaluations. Many individuals are unaware of the profound impact these assessments can have, not only in preserving natural hearing ability but also in early detection of potential impairments. Through our comprehensive hearing evaluations, we dedicate our time to understanding your unique hearing needs and formulating effective plans to enhance your auditory experience.

Dr Burks conducting a hearing test

A hearing evaluation is the beginning of your road to hearing health.

sound booth

Hearing loss can occur in one ear or both ears, and it can have different causes.

When hearing loss affects only one ear, it is referred to as unilateral hearing loss or unilateral deafness.

There are several factors that can contribute to hearing loss in one ear or both, including:

  • aging
  • chronic ear infections
  • certain medications
  • infectious diseases
  • exposure to loud noises
  • genetic factors
  • birth complications


The course of treatment for hearing loss depends on your individual evaluation and specific condition. At our clinic, we offer comprehensive hearing evaluations that can pinpoint the exact issue with your ear and enable us to develop a personalized treatment plan that meets your specific needs.

It’s important to note that hearing loss varies from person to person, and what may work for one patient may not be effective for another. That’s why at Alison Burks Clinic of Hearing, Inc., we take a customized approach to your care, ensuring that your treatment is tailored to your unique circumstances.