Free Hearing Guide
Dr. Keith Darrow of Hearing & Balance Centers of New England has created a hearing guide and made it available to you for FREE.Request Your Hearing Guide!
Free Hearing Test
We’re offering a free hearing evaluation (a $150 value). Find out how much of the conversation you’re missing out on.Request Your Free Hearing Test!
Hearing Loss Is Treatable!
The Hearing & Balance Centers of New England service the needs of individuals with difficulty hearing throughout Central Massachusetts. We have offices in Worcester, Holden and Southbridge.
We believe Hearing Care is Health Care! Our Doctors of Audiology work with each patient to design a Healthy Hearing Plan to treat your hearing loss. If your plan includes a hearing device, you can be assured that we only use the top technology to treat your hearing loss and to help you hear to your fullest potential!
At the Hearing & Balance Centers, our Doctors of Audiology and staff empower people to stay actively-engaged and connected to their world by providing life-enhancement services that solve the struggles of those affected by hearing loss.
Our services include a Comprehensive Hearing Evaluation, a Healthy Hearing Plan, In-Home Audiology (for those who can’t make it to our office, or prefer to be seen at home), Personalized Auditory Counseling, and the most advanced natural-sounding amplification devices with the highest satisfaction rating ever recorded in the industry (a 96% satisfaction rating!).
In-Home Audiology Services
We understand you might not be able to come into one of our offices. To make our audiology and hearing services as convenient for you as possible, we will make house calls. We can perform hearing evaluations and hearing aid fittings right in the comfort of your own home. Contact us for more details.Request An Appointment
TV and Radio Interviews
Not only is Hearing & Balance Centers of New England the premier place to diagnose and treat hearing loss in the Worcester County, MA area, but Dr. Keith Darrow has positioned himself as the media’s go to expert. He has been featured on numerous interviews with topics covering hearing loss, hearing aids, tinnitus, balance and how they can they relate to your well being.Listen or Watch Now
Higher body mass index (BMI) and larger waist circumference are positively associated, and physical activity is inversely associated, with the risk of self-reported hearing loss. via MPR
The findings suggest that chronic conductive hearing loss – which can occur with reoccurring ear infections – can lead to permanent hearing loss if left untreated. via News from hear-it
Hearing loss can give rise to a number of problems. Problems in recognizing speech, especially in noisy listening environments. A reduced ability to detect, identify and localize sounds quickly and reliably. Problems hearing on the telephone. Problems following a conversation when two