About Us

About us.jpgAt the Hearing and Balance Center, our mission is to offer you caring, personal attention for all types of hearing or balance challenges. The audiology services we offer are customized to your special needs and you can trust us to provide effective and thorough solutions.

Alexis R. Nadler, Au.D.

Alexis R. Nadler, Au.D.

Dr. Nadler lives in Leipsic Ohio with her husband Tim. She has 3 adult children all who live in Ohio. Dr. Nadler graduated from Bowling Green State University with her bachelors in Speech and Hearing Science and with her Masters in Audiology. After working at a local hospital for several years, she enrolled in the University of Florida’s Distance Learning Program and obtained her Doctorate in Audiology in 2000. In 2004 she decided to open a private audiology practice and has been serving the needs of the hearing impaired population at The Hearing & Balance Center in Lima Ohio, with a branch in Leipsic Ohio, ever since. Dr. Nadler is on the board of directors for the Children’s Developmental Center in Lima as well as the Sertoma Hearing Aid Recipient (SHARP) program through the local Sertoma organization.   

What is an Audiologist?

Audiologists are professionals who evaluate people with hearing and balance disorders. They work with medical professionals in finding direction for the treatment of these disorders.

Audiologists have specific training in the fitting and support of hearing aids and can offer counseling in dealing with hearing loss. With technological changes as they are, audiologists are the professionals most trusted in the fitting of hearing aids and assistive listening devices.

It is estimated that 25 million Americans have some degree of hearing loss. Only one in five actually seeks treatment for this communication disorder. Fortunately, with technological changes, hearing aids have improved immensely over the past few years. Patients perceive improvements in quiet and noise with the use of today’s hearing aid systems.

Hearing loss is not just a disorder associated with aging. It is estimated that 1 in 1,000 babies are born with hearing loss. It is never too early to test a child. Even babies and small children can be evaluated and fit with hearing aids.