Watkinsville, GA

The county seat of Oconee County, Watkinsville, GA, named for Col. Robert Watkins, was founded on the dangerous western frontier of the new United States in 1791. The Methodist Church played a prominent role in the city’s early history, but the community earned a black mark on its name due to one of the worst outbreaks of racial violence ever to take place in Georgia in 1905.

With the past kept in the past, Watkinsville has become known as the “Artland of Georgia” due to its arts and culture. As a regional hub east of Atlanta and southwest of Athens, which includes the intersections of three state highways, the hospitality industry plays a major role in the economic stability, while Harris Shoals Park and Calls Creek provide outdoor recreation opportunities to the community.

Hearing & Balance Clinics strives for excellence by following best practices and the gold standard of care. The audiologists and staff at our Watkinsville clinic walk with you every step of your better hearing journey, ensuring that you are a knowledgeable partner while in care with us.

We strive to provide our patients exceptional care with genuine compassion while working with you to improve your quality of life. Our hearing care providers are licensed doctors of audiology – the highest level of education for a hearing professional.

Our services go beyond offering hearing aids; we also help people of all ages with tinnitus, auditory processing, balance issues, aural rehab, and more. Take advantage of the individualized hearing care we offer at our Watkinsville, GA clinic by contacting us today!

Hearing & Balance Clinics Office in Watkinsville, GA

Clinic Details

Our Clinic Address

1580 Mars Hill Rd Ste B,
Watkinsville, GA 30677

Office Hours:

Monday – Thursday:
9:00am – 4:30pm

9:00am – 12:00pm


Our Services

Hearing Assessments
Better Hearing Begins with a Professional Hearing Evaluation

There is no shortage of places to purchase a hearing aid without ever laying eyes on a doctor of audiology.

Is the internet or a retail employee where you want to get advice about something as critical as hearing care? Would you trust a big box store with a medical device like a pacemaker or for prescription eyeglasses?

Self-diagnosis and self-treatment of hearing loss with OTC hearing aids might save you some money, but wearing the wrong hearing aids that are not programmed properly can do a lot of damage to your hearing rather than helping it.

The critical first step on your journey to better hearing should begin with a professional hearing evaluation conducted by a qualified doctor of audiology. In addition to providing a highly accurate diagnosis of the type and severity of your hearing loss, our audiologists use your hearing test to customize the treatment solution best suited to overcome your hearing challenges.

Learn more about how a hearing evaluation is an essential part of better hearing health.

Hearing Technology
Choose the Hearing Aids That Best Address Your Unique Needs

There is no “one-size-fits-all” solution for achieving better hearing, because everyone loses their hearing at a different pace and in a different way.

The hearing aid best suited to address your hearing challenges must be as unique as your hearing loss to provide the help you need. We partner with various brand name hearing aid manufacturers so we can offer you a wider variety of styles and levels of technology able to address your hearing needs as well as your personal preferences.

Our advanced technology digital devices are smaller, lighter, and more powerful than the hearing aids your parents or grandparents wore, and they come with features like background noise canceling, rechargeable batteries, smartphone connectivity, and more.

Find out about the cutting-edge hearing aid technology we have available and how we help you choose the best one for you.

Balance Testing
Dizziness and Balance Experts in Northeast Georgia

Are you feeling a bit unsteady on your feet?

Believe it or not, dizziness, vertigo, and balance disorders are related to the health of your ears.

Your vestibular system, which is located in the cochlea or inner ear, is one of the most important elements in helping you maintain your balance. Various forms of infections, inflammation, deterioration, and damage to your ears are responsible for feelings of dizziness, vertigo, and imbalance.

Balance disorders are frustrating as well as dangerous, leading to falls and critical injuries. If you’re experiencing dizziness, vertigo, nausea, headaches, unsteadiness, and other symptoms related to balance disorders, then come to us for balance testing and treatment before you’re the victim of a balance-related accident.

Discover more about dizziness and balance disorders here.

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If you are concerned about your hearing or a loved ones hearing, it can be a combination of daunting and overwhelming to understand what to do, who to visit and what advice to trust.

That’s why our hearing care experts are here to help.

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Meet Your Team

Dr. G'Anne Thomas, Owner and Doctor of Audiology at Hearing & Balance Clinics

Owner, Clinical Audiologist

Dr. Nathan K. Griffin, Doctor of Audiology at Hearing & Balance Clinics

Partner, Clinical Audiologist

Taylor Halberg, Clinical Resident at Hearing & Balance Clinics

Clinical Resident

Amber Miller, Director of Operations & Patient Care Coordinator at Hearing & Balance Clinics

Director of Operations & Patient Care

Patient Care Coordinator

Nicole Beecham, Patient Care Coordinator At Hearing & Balance Clinics

Patient Care Coordinator

Jessica Waite, Insurance Coordinator at Hearing & Balance Clinics

Insurance Coordinator

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