Tom Adler is a licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist. Tom has a bachelor’s degree in marketing and communication. He has worked in the medical field his entire life. Before entering the hearing industry, Tom spent over 20 years providing cardiac monitoring services. Tom became interested in the hearing industry after finding out his parents had hearing loss. In 2009 he was licensed in the state of Wisconsin as a Hearing Instrument Specialist. Tom enjoys the daily contact with people and loves being able to impact their lives in a positive way. Tom is married with one son and one beautiful granddaughter. He enjoys spending time with his family and fishing throughout the state.
Patient Services Coordinator
Michelle has worked in the healthcare field since 2014 and she can’t imagine working in any other industry. Michelle enjoys helping others and working with people.
In her spare time Michelle likes to be outside, whether it’s kayaking, exploring a new hiking trail, or cooking out. She also enjoys spending time in Northern Wisconsin in the Crivitz area with her two boys and parents four wheeling.
Tom and his staff have been very helpful with my hearing difficulties. They respond quickly and professionally. Appointments are "on-time" and I have not had to wait to see the audiologist. Very concerned for their patients and make sure any adjustments needed are taken care of properly. They encourage follow-up...Dianne Wendorf, on Google+
I've worn hearing aids for over 20 years, dealing with one particular audiologist. Whenever a new set of aids was required, he fitted me and sent me on my way. A very nice man, but no followup. When he closed his practice, I went to Pickart and I was truly...Janette Keplinger, on Google+
I really appreciate the prompt attention I recieved each time I came in with an issue with my hearing aids. I also like the convience your location and hours of businessBill Emmer, on Google+
Very friendly and professional. Enjoyable experience.Gary Richter, on Google+
The cleaning went well but the left hearing aid still does not work all the time. It goes on and off, mostly off. I will be in Phoenix next week so when I get back I will make an appointment to see what can be done with the left hearing...Robert Neuman, on Google+