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Audiology Professionals, A HearingLife Company, Eugene, OR

1600 Valley River Dr, Suite 395
Eugene, OR 97401
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Audiology Professionals, A HearingLife Company, Eugene, OR

Our team is pleased to join the HearingLife family. You will still find our same friendly staff are here to meet all of your hearing wellness needs. Our logo and branding may be changing, but we continue to provide outstanding care, world-class hearing aids and the friendly service you expect from us.

Is this a question you’re already familiar with? If so, schedule an appointment to talk about your needs with our highly trained professionals. We provide tailor-made solutions, including hearing aids, for individuals who want to improve their hearing health, and overall quality of life.

At HearingLife, Nuance Matters. That's why the professionals at HearingLife ensure your individual needs and budget are met with the best hearing aids for your lifestyle. You will have the opportunity to test the many styles of hearing aids that we offer – including the in-the-canal and behind-the-ear – and receive demonstrations of our latest devices, so you can make an educated decision. We understand the critical role that sound plays in everyday life, so whether you’re experiencing mild or severe hearing loss, we will find the optimal solution for your lifestyle.

You can depend on the professionals at HearingLife to take all the necessary steps to help you make the right decision. We are more than happy to answer any questions related to a product, or about what happens during a hearing assessment.* We also encourage you to bring a friend or family member with you during your visit if it makes you more comfortable.

Please note that complimentary hearing assessments and discounts may not be available at this location. 

Our Staff

  • Francisco Ross

    Doctor of Audiology, Lic# 30951

    Dr. Ross earned his Bachelor of Arts degree with dual majors in Linguistics and Communication Disorders from the University of Florida, before taking a two-year gap to teach English in South Korea. He began his Doctor of Audiology program when he returned, and was hired at UF Shands Teaching Hospital immediately upon graduation, where he provided evidence-based hearing healthcare to patients with special emphasis on tinnitus and sound tolerance disorders, as well as teaching doctoral-level courses in Amplification I and II and Advanced Amplification Technologies. Relocation to the West coast has been a lifelong dream, now finally realized. In his free time, he enjoys walking the local trails when outdoors, and PC gaming with his partner when at home.

    “Hearing is not only vital for communication, but also for personal safety and quality of life. When hearing is restricted, people need comprehensive assistance, and while hearing aids are often the best solution, they are never the only solution. I teach my patients about all available options to improve their functional hearing ability, such as communication enhancement strategies, assistive listening devices, and auditory training, so that they can make fully informed decisions about their own health.”

  • Trygg Linnea

    Doctor of Audiology, Lic# 30951

    Dr. Trygg grew up in northern Minnesota and moved to Oregon in 2014. She earned her BS in Communication Disorders and Sciences at the University of Oregon and her doctorate at Pacific University. She has experience screening for, diagnosing, and treating hearing loss for people of all ages. During her internships, she worked with individuals with middle ear disorders, individuals with cochlear implants, and performed vestibular evaluations. She is especially interested in tinnitus management, hearing conservation, communication strategies, and environmental modifications to improve difficult listening environments. Dr. Trygg is an artist of many mediums and enjoys painting, creating digital illustrations and animations, writing, and playing music. She also loves canoeing when visiting her family in MN, and spending time with her talkative cat.

    According to Dr. Trygg, “Hearing loss can cause everyday conversations to be frustrating and exhausting, often leading individuals with untreated hearing loss to withdraw socially. They may stop participating in conversation at the dinner table, meetings at work, or avoid challenging listening environments altogether. Social withdrawal or isolation impacts not only the individual with hearing loss, but their relationships with family, friends and coworkers. I help my patients stay socially active and maintain their interpersonal relationships by focusing on their listening goals and needs, teaching effective communication strategies and encouraging self-advocacy.”