Hearing Examinations Your hearing is important. It is recommended that you receive a full diagnostic hearing test annually. A hearing test includes otoscopy-a visual inspection of your ear canal using an otoscope; tympanometry-a pressure test that examines the middle ear and eardrum; pure tone audiometry-a tonal response test to determine hearing sensitivity and, in the the case of hearing loss, determine the type; and speech audiometry-a speech understanding test used to predict how well you understand words at a comfortable loudness level.  At Sound Access your hearing test results will be explained to you in detail and you will be given a copy of your audiogram-a graphic representation of your results. 

Ear Mold Impressions The ear mold impression process is vital for fitting custom ear pieces. Ear mold impressions must be done correctly to guarantee proper fit allowing your ear pieces and/or monitors to function properly. Ear mold impressions should be done by a skilled practitioner to ensure safety and accuracy. Our audiologist, Dr. Gleghorn, has training and experience in making proper impressions of your ear. 

Hearing Examinations • Ear Mold Impressions • Consultations and Demonstrations • Hearing Healthcare Education • Partnerships • Mobile Services • In-Ear Monitor Cleaning

Mobile and Concierge Services Sound Access will travel to you. Venues, rehearsal spaces, studios, offices, or other arrangements can be made for ear mold impressions, product demonstrations, and even hearing examinations. Or come see us at one of the events we attend throughout the year. Serving St. Louis and the surrounding areas. Other locations may be available upon request. (No additional travel fee for travel within 50 miles of Sound Access. Travel fees to locations greater than 50 miles from Sound Access may apply).

In-Ear Monitor Cleaning and Care Services 

Sound Access offers cleaning and care services for your custom or universal-fit in-ear monitors. We will clean any wax and debris out of the earpieces using a vacuum pump designed for use with electronic earpieces. We will use a drying system to remove moisture build-up inside the earpieces. Your in-ear monitors will also get a once over with cleaning cloths safe to use on in-ears. Keeping your in-ears dry and clear of wax and debris is essential to increasing their longevity and performance, so make sure to ask about products we offer that you can use day-to-day to take care of your monitors in between cleanings with us. 

Hearing Healthcare Education ​Dr. Gleghorn is available to discuss a wide range of topics related to your hearing healthcare, including hearing loss prevention, risk of noise induced hearing loss in industry and risk of music induced hearing loss. In addition to contacting her individually to have your questions answered, she is available to come speak to your organization, class, club, association, company, or other group.  

Product Consultations and Demonstrations  

S ound Access offers a wide range of custom and universal-fit hearing protection earpieces as well as musician in-ear monitors, earphones, sleep plugs, swim plugs, communication adapter earpieces, stethoscope adapters, and racing headsets.  Sound Access has models and demos available of the products we carry, as well as expert advise to make sure you find the right product to meet your listening needs. 

Partnerships Let Sound Access partner with your company or organization to bring hearing healthcare services to your group, with opportunities for hearing examinations, hearing wellness education, and ear mold impressions and hearing protection fittings. We would love to attend your next event, including expos, health and wellness fairs, and concerts and music festivals to bring participants hearing wellness information and services.

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MusiCares  Sound Access is proud to work with MusiCares' Hearing Protection Initiative. Contact MusiCares at 212-245-7840 for more information.​


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  • You have traveled within the last two weeks.
  • You and/or a member of your household have a fever and/or symptoms of lower respiratory illness such as cough or shortness of breath. 
  • You have had known contact with any persons, including healthcare workers, who are lab-confirmed patient(s) with COVID-19 within the past 14 days of symptom onset. 
  • You have had known contact within the past 14 days with any persons who are suspected of having COVID-19 and/or who have been asked by a medical professional to self-quarantine due to suspicion of having COVID-19.

​For more information on the steps that Sound Access is taking to help promote everyone's safety during this time, please contact us directly at or 314-313-2289.