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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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Contact Us Today!

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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Toni didn’t want to spill her saddle bag, so she let me do the lifting honors.

Toni and i successfully completed another RAGBRAI journey. Woo-hoo! (Toni and I have been joking about all the Woo-hoo women here! Ha!)

The ending day on Saturday was long… 69 miles and as usual, lots of hills as we got closer to the river. We were motivated to get home, but it was still an all day endeavor.

We were going to forego the dunk site and just head to the Jeep, but as we came to expect this trip, we had no internet service. Without Google Maps to guide us, we decided we were best off just to follow the route to completion and head to the parking site from there.

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Elvis would be proud of my peanut butter and ‘naner Buca-wiche

We’ve had vehicle issues in the past, i.e. dead batteries, lost keys, etc., but fortunately the Jeep was ready to go when we got there. As expected, the smaller bike frame did not fit on the carrier, so I had to take the tire off my bike and put it inside. Everything fit, but it had to go in a certain way so nothing got damaged.

Again, without Google Maps, it took us a bit to find our way out of Davenport and get on the road. What should have been a four hour trip took a little longer, but part of that was our stop at Culver’s for Butter Burgers. We also imposed on their restroom to change clothes and take a wet nap sponge bath. (It felt really, REALLY good to get a real shower and wash my hair when I got home!) We make it back to our house about 10:00. Murphy actually barked at me! Apparently a week away made me a stranger, but he was ecstatic when he realized it was me.

Despite my constant use of sunscreen, I came back with a pretty good tan. I am apparently learning, because I didn’t have any spots of sunburn this year. Even better I didn’t get any of the sun rash that I’ve gotten in the past. I was tired, but felt like I got stronger as the week went on.

Toni and I were already discussing next year on the way home. We are always energized by the accomplishment. We had a blast! Here’s to next year! Cheers!

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