Our Goal

Our goal is to provide you with the very best personalized hearing care. Our commitment is to help you reach your maximum hearing potential. Our staff members are dedicated to serving you with professional care and personable service.

Dr. Timothy Teague, Au.D.

Audiologist

My name is Dr. Timothy Teague, and I am the new and proud owner of Hearing Consultants.  I am excited and grateful for the opportunity to provide your hearing services. I was born and raised in Cincinnati, attending St. William Parish and Elder High School. I received my Bachelor of Science Degree in Hearing, Speech and Language from Ohio University and my Doctoral Degree in Audiology from The University of Louisville. I am an active member of the American Academy of Audiology and the Ohio Board of Audiology.

I am committed to providing all of our patients with a professional and patient-centered experience. I look forward to providing you with the highest standards of hearing healthcare, and I thank you for your trust and continued business with Hearing Consultants.

Amanda Hoffman, AuD., FAAA

Dr. Amanda Hoffman, Au.D.

Audiologist

Dr. Hoffman brings with her several years of experience in the field of Audiology. Born and raised in Delhi Township, Dr. Hoffman earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Science & Disorders and her Doctorate Degree in Audiology from the University of Cincinnati. Following graduation, Dr. Hoffman moved to Richmond, Virginia to work in a private practice to develop her skills. Dr. Hoffman returned to Cincinnati in the fall 0f 2014. She is committed to providing the same high level of expertise and customer service that you have come to expect at Hearing Consultants.

Here’s what we know:

We actually don’t “hear” with our ears! We actually hear with our brain. When one has hearing loss, the connections in the brain that respond to sound become reorganized. Hearing aids can restore the normal organization of connections to the brain’s “sound center” with sound stimulation to sounds that it had been missing and cognitively process them.