Eric Sivanish graduated from Eastern Washington University in 2005 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education. Soon after, Eric returned to college to pursue a degree in Hearing Instrument Science, which he received in 2010. He chose to change professions to better provide for his family. Eric and his family moved from Spokane Washington to the beautiful Flathead Valley to work with Rocky Mountain Hearing Aid. In 2022, Eric and his family relocated to Helena Montana to be near his family. He enjoys playing a crucial role for those on the journey to better hearing and advocating for all who struggle with untreated hearing loss.
Travis Freeman has enjoyed serving the hearing health needs of Montana since 1994. He believes that proper and successful hearing health comes from listening to his patient’s wants and needs. By doing this, he is able to move his patients into the best device selection. Working with several manufacturers over the years has brought him to the dedication of his hearing practice to Audibel, an American owned and operated manufacturer based out of Minnesota. Travis resides in Flathead Valley with his wife and three children.
4.6 out of 5 based on 11 reviews.
Great people, great service! A real plus that you can have access to help when you need it.
Domenic Garefino, on Google
The service is beyond comparison You are always meet with a beautiful smile and given the professionalism that is necessary when the ability to hear is riding on that knowledge. Thank you like always for the service that is always received.
Robert Cretella, on Google
Rocky Mountain Hearing staff are friendly and courteous from calling with reminder appointments to our actual appointment. Heather is friendly, patient and understanding in helping my husband with his hearing aids. I recommend Rocky Mountain Hearing for those who need Hearing aids.
Kathleen Risk, on Google
My recent visit to Rocky Mountain Hearing was a pleasure. They scheduled me in at a time I requested with short notice. When I arrived they took me straight in to do a hearing test and check my aids. My wife attended too because I was having difficulty hearing her....
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