Welcome to Pioneer Hearing Aid Center, located in the Lafayette Plaza in Marietta, OH and downtown Woodsfield, OH

Pioneer Hearing Aid Center continues to stay current with all new digital technology, as well as improved testing and fitting techniques.  Pioneer Hearing Aid Center is your best choice for the most cosmetic option that will improve your hearing. We are trained on all up-to-date processes and procedures in hearing aid fittings. We offer the latest technology available in the industry; while maintaining the most user friendly and stylish instruments at an unbelievable savings to you. Stop in or call us to schedule your free evaluation and meet our friendly and courteous staff. We will assist you and answer all of your questions.


Marietta Office:
450-E Pike Street
Marietta, OH 45750
Call: (740) 376-9980
Fax: (740) 376-9981
Toll Free: (800) 685-1760
Monday thru Friday 9AM-5PM


Woodsfield Office:
154 South Main Street
Woodsfield, OH 43793
Call: (740) 472-0404
Friday 10:30AM-4PM
By Appointment Only

Pioneer Hearing Aid Center News

Are your ears prepared for spring?

April 13, 2018

Contributed by Lisa Packer, staff writer, Healthy HearingApril 10, 2018 One look at the calendar tells us spring is upon us, even if the temperature outside suggests otherwise. For all of the joys spring brings us, from the first crocuses emerging to feeling the warmth of the sun on our skin for the first time in months, it also brings rain, erratic temperature shifts and seasonal allergies. All of which can play havoc with your ears and hearing. Inner ear disturbances in spring Spring brings new beginnings and also  new challenges for hearing health. The inner ear is filled with fluid, and that fluid is extremely sensitive to the sudden changes in barometric pressure that occur in springtime. When the barometric...

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The push to end noise pollution for better health

April 06, 2018

Contributed by Debbie Clason, staff writer, Healthy HearingApril 3, 2018 Ridding the world of excessive noise isn’t an easy task, but it’s one Noise Free America: a Coalition to Promote Quiet is willing to tackle. Their mission is to raise awareness of the negative effects of noise pollution in order to reduce noise in our communities. Noise pollution is present everywhere we live, work and play. Ted Rueter founded Noise Free America in 2001, when he was a professor at UCLA and living in Los Angeles. Today the organization has more than 50 local chapters in 25 states, each with the mission of educating the public about noise pollution. Why does noise pollution matter? Excessive noise causes hearing loss and...

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