Welcome to Silicon Valley Hearing, a private practice audiology clinic located in Los Gatos, California. Our practice is home of top-rated Audiologist, Dr. Marni Novick, and the only Dr. Cliff Approved Best Practice Pro provider in the Los Gatos area.
We understand the daily challenges that come with a hearing loss, tinnitus symptoms & auditory processing disorders. Dr. Marni Novick has worn hearing aids from a young age and understands the challenges caused by hearing difficulties. By addressing these concerns, you will enhance your quality of life and communicate more effectively with your loved ones and those around you.
At Silicon Valley Hearing we carry many different styles of hearing aids with varying technology levels.
Almost 50 million Americans report some sort of hearing loss - including 1/3rd of those 65 and older
Tinnitus is an audiological and neurological condition that affects around 50 million Americans.
At Silicon Valley Hearing, we can help remove earwax for those experiencing a blockage.
Hyperacusis is a sound sensitivity disorder that makes it hard to deal with everyday sounds.
Misophonia is a disorder in which certain sounds trigger emotional or physiological responses.
APD is a condition that impacts how the central nervous system (CNS) uses auditory information.
We can provide custom hearing protection to help you keep the hearing ability you have.
Due to personal experience with her own hearing loss, Dr. Marni Novick decided to pursue a professional career in Audiology. She received her Master’s degree in Audiology from The University of Iowa in 2000 and her Doctor of Audiology degree from Salus University in 2004. Dr. Novick specialized in hearing aid fittings, tinnitus management and helping children with auditory processing disorders.
As a locally-owned private practice, it is extremely important to us that each of our patients has an exceptional experience. We are honored to have earned a 5/5 rating on Google with over 40 Reviews. Read about what patients are saying!Read more reviews
What a great experience with a doctor who really took the time to understand what was going on with my ears. I never felt rushed. She never made me feel like my symptoms weren't real. I just moved to the area and she made me feel welcome.
Dr. Marni Novick is the best audiologist that I have had the pleasure of seeing. She is patient, highly knowledgeable about the options/treatments available. Also, she is a good listener. My husband and I have been going to her for years.
Dr. Novick is one of a few audiologists in the Bay Area, who can diagnose auditory processing disorder in adults that still is rarely known and underdiagnosed condition. I have had this condition for 40+ years, and was diagnosed just recently. It was a life-changing experience.
Absolutely awesome service and advice from Dr. Novick. She was the only audiologist in the Bay Area recommended by Dr. Cliff because she provides Real Ear Measurement for a comprehensive hearing evaluation (among other qualifications).
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On our blog, we share the latest in hearing loss, hearing aids and effective tinnitus and APD treatments.
Hearing loss is a common condition, affecting approximately 48 million people across the nation. But despite its prevalence, until recently, there were few options available to help people living with it hear and communicate better, aside from hearing devices. Here we review some of the latest innovations that will soon benefit people with hearing loss.
Hearing aids are sophisticated devices that receive daily use in harsh environments, where they are subject to moisture, heat, dirt and earwax. Even though they are built to precise standards, at some point they will need to be replaced. Figuring out when is the key to uninterrupted communications.
On October 19, 2021, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration proposed a rule to create a new category of over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aids. The rule is now up for 90 days of public comment and is a crucial step toward making hearing aids more accessible for many. What does this mean for you?