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Welcome to Berger Audiology

Your First Choice in Hearing Healthcare

Rebecca L. Berger, AuD

As an audiologist with 30 years experience, I have decided to open a private practice office to provide the professional audiology services I think my patients deserve. My pledge is to serve you with honesty, integrity and respect. Having worn hearing aids myself for the past 15 years, I can also offer a compassionate and realistic point of view when discussing treatment options and the impact that hearing loss has on your life, and the lives of those around you. I believe in educating you about your hearing, enabling you to understand that you have choices regarding management of your hearing loss.  With the opening of Berger Audiology, there is now a full time Doctor of Audiology in Plymouth, Indiana.

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Services To Fit Your Needs

At Berger Audiology, I am proud to offer the following services to all age groups:

  • evaluate and diagnose hearing loss and vestibular (balance) disorders
  • prescribe, fit, and dispense hearing aids and other amplification and hearing assistance technologies
  • free 7-day hearing aid trial with no obligation to purchase
  • assess and treat individuals with tinnitus (noise in the ear, such as ringing)
  • implement hearing conservation programs
  • provide hearing rehabilitation training such as listening skills improvement
  • perform cerumen (ear wax) management

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Hearing Technology

There have been huge improvements in hearing aid technology in the 30 years that I have been an audiologist.  With digital advancements I can completely customize the devices for your needs, plus I can connect your hearing aids to your cell phone and add accessories to improve your ability to hear in every situation.  Additionally, hearing aids and accessories are now rechargeable!

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FREE In-Home Demo Period

I am pleased to offer you the opportunity to take a set of hearing aids home to try in the real world before you make the decision to purchase.

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If you or someone you love suffers from hearing loss, please call me for an appointment today. I look forward to meeting you, getting to know about you, and beginning the journey toward better hearing together.
 Call us today at  (574) 935-4327

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Plymouth Office

2930 Miller Drive, Plymouth, IN 46563  

(574) 935-4327

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Winamac Office

540 Hospital Drive, Winamac, IN 46996

(574) 935-4327

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Indiana-Jerseys.jpgToday’s ride is more challenging than yesterday’s with 72 miles and about 2,500 feet of climb. It’s been pretty warm today too, though not horrible. I was cold last night with the temperature down around 60. I had brought a mylar blanket, but didn’t expect to need it. I didn’t want to get it out in the middle of the night since it’s so noisy and we have the tents set up almost side to side.

As always, there were some interesting things to see. The custom made Indiana jersey’s were impressive. I would have bought one if they were selling them! They had them made special for their team.

Giant-Cornhole.jpgThis giant cornhole game was pretty cool too! Brought new meaning to the term “throw pillows”. Some of the participants referred to it as a Pillow Fight.

So more on the Bike saga… My bike with the cracked frame is a Scott bike. I did an internet search and found that there is a Scott dealer in Ames, a town we’re passing through on Wednesday. I called them and they said they dealt in Trek and Scott bikes, but were more familiar with Trek’s warranties. Scott required a voucher be sent in for approval, so even if the damage was covered under warranty, they would not be able to do anything for me that day.

When I got into Denison last night, the Trek dealer said the black bike I had been riding was spoken for today and there were no other bikes available that would fit me. No one else was doing loaners so it looked like I was going to be riding the bus instead of a bike today. I explained my situation and they asked me to come back in the morning and see if the bike actually went out.

As I was walking away, I thought about it more. I turned around and went back and asked if I could go ahead and buy it. I told them that without the bike I couldn’t ride at all and whoever else was asking to do the demo still had their own bike to ride instead.

They decided to let me have the bike again today. I’m going in this evening to get some final tweaks on it and purchase it. They gave me a 23% discount on the bike and were trying to work out a way to get my old bike home to me when I left. They were very helpful and sympathetic. I wasn’t excited about the expense of buying a new bike, but I was thrilled that I wasn’t going to have to ride the bus for the remainder of RAGBRAI. So far I’ve never had to ride the SAG wagon and it was going to be a sad climb on that bus if I had to do it today.

15 more miles to go today. Wish me luck! There are a few additional things posted on Twitter if you want to look there.