Have you explored our website?

When our patients visit our offices, we like to ensure that we clearly explain what we discussed at their visit. We love to inform our patients because we believe knowledge is power. When you have the best information about your hearing and balance you are better able to care for yourself and be a helpful partner in your overall health care.

We have worked hard to make sure our website is informative and helpful to you. Of course you can always schedule an appointment with us if you have any questions about your hearing and balance, but you can also reference our website for help, too. By no means is our website meant to be a replacement to actual care, but rather it's here to be used as a tool to help you. Remember to always call us if you have an important or urgent concern.

On our website, (as you can see above this post), we have a link titled Audiology Services. With this link, you can find information for adult patients and pediatric patients. You can also find information about aural rehabilitation and dizziness.  Within these links you can find definitions of terms, how we evaluate our patients, test their hearing and balance and also read about typical treatment services for individual diagnoses.

You can find helpful information about hearing aids on our website. Here you can learn more about daily wear hearing aids, extended wear hearing aids, like Lyric and custom hearing pieces. We also have a library link with frequently asked questions and a staff page where you can get to know our wonderful staff members better.

We hope you'll take some time to familiarize yourself with our website, and as always, we are here for YOU! Please contact us in our La Palma office at (714)523-4327 or our Huntington Beach office at (714)842-2700 if we can ever be of assistance to you.  714-523-4327714-523-4327714-523-4327714-523-4327√7714-523-432714-523-4327





Happy Valentine's Day



Valentine's Day will be here soon. Whether you have an intimate date scheduled, have fun plans with friends and family or maybe you’re hoping for a quiet night at home, we’ve found some great articles to help you make the most out of your day.

Cupid’s Tips for a Healthy Hearing Valentine’s Day

Enjoying Valentine’s Day Even With Hearing Loss

Don’t Let Hearing Loss Break Your Heart This Valentine’s Day

Five Hearing Friendly Romantic Valentine’s Day Excursions





We LOVE caring for you! Your hearing and balance wellness are a top priority to us and we are grateful for the chance to serve you.

Happy Valentine’s Day - with LOVE - from Sound Solutions Hearing & Balance Centers





Holiday Sock Drive a Big Success!

Our COO Michael Miller and Dr. Stephens proudly display our donations.


Our 2014 Holiday Sock Drive was a huge success! We collected new socks in both our La Palma and Huntington Beach offices, and the response from our patients was overwhelming.  We had a desire to do something good for our community and were inspired by a non-profit organization in Pennsylvania called The Joy of Sox.  This organization encourages people all over the United States to hold sock drives to benefit the homeless. We are pleased that our donations will be distributed to the homeless in our community and will hopefully give them much needed warmth and comfort.


We look forward to sponsoring other charitable events in the future because we believe it's important to give back to our community and to lend a helping hand to those in need. Thank you to everyone who made our sock drive a success!



Announcing Our First Annual Sock Drive


We're excited to announce our first sock drive!  We will be collecting new socks for the homeless in our community, and donations may be made at both of our offices through January, 2, 2015.

When this drive began, we spoke to a representative from The Joy of Sox, and he stated that many charities give food to the homeless and because of this, gratefully, many homeless persons have access to nutritious food if needed.  Many other charities gather warm blankets and coats that are greatly needed as well.  What the representative shared with us is that many homeless need new, clean socks - a need that is often overlooked.  We know we appreciate clean, warm feet and we want to help those in need enjoy the same comfort.

We are grateful for the blessings in our lives and look forward to helping those in need in our community, if but in a small, yet important way.  Please stop by our offices, say hello, and donate new socks for our drive.  We hope it's a success and becomes an annual tradition!



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