At Listen Hear, it is our mission to facilitate your hearing aid experience to fit you, your budget and your lifestyle.
From the typical business meeting, family gathering, and other outings, we want to make sure we provide you with a hearing device that you put on in the morning and not have to worry about throughout your day.
With our extensive clinical expertise and vast selection of cutting edge hearing aids, you will receive the services you deserve and have any and all of your questions answered along the way. Your satisfaction is our top priority.
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After earning her Doctorate of Audiology at the Long Island Consortium at St. John’s, Hofstra, and Adelphi Universities, Dr. Esca has worked in not-for-profit, medical and hearing aid private practices. She has an extensive background in diagnostic testing, amplification and aural rehabilitation with a special interest in noise exposure and tinnitus management.
Dr. Esca was born with mild right hemiparesis and personally understands the importance of confronting adversities to live life to the fullest. She enjoys climbing and other outdoor activities, making it her personal goal to push beyond her limits.
In pursuit of helping others reach their potential and spending more quality time with her patients, Dr. Esca founded Listen Hear Diagnostics. Recommending the best hearing solutions, she provides individualized care and the necessary comprehensive knowledge for each patient and their communication needs. To inquire more information or schedule an appointment, please contact Dr. Esca.
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