Welcome to the Hearing
& Balance Lab, PC

We are experts in early childhood hearing testing, adult hearing solutions, and balance and dizziness diagnosis and treatment. We have been repeatedly rated as a top hearing aid provider in the Everett-Seattle-Bellevue area. Physicians throughout Western Washington recommend us to their patients with hearing and balance issues.

A welcome message from Dr. Michael Mallahan, Au.D.A welcome message from Dr. Michael Mallahan, Au.D.

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Rated #1 in Quality

We are ranked #1 in quality by organizations and our patients themselves.

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Recognized Leaders

Our doctors are recognized by their peers as leaders in hearing and balance healthcare.

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Patients Love Us

Better hearing can change your life. Hear some of our patients tell their stories.

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Start hearing better today!

Our expertise and our state of the art diagnostic equipment ensure that you achieve the best hearing possible. We work with you over several weeks to tune your hearing device as your brain and your ears adapt to better hearing.

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(425) 225-2626

(425) 225-2634 FAX

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15906 Mill Creek Blvd. Suite 102
Mill Creek, WA 98012


8:30 am – 5:00 pm

Latest News

Nothing Smaller Than Your Elbow: Your Ear Canal is Self-cleaning!

February 1, 2016

Most of us have heard the old adage, “nothing smaller in your ear than your elbow.” Well, it’s true. The outer ear canal is self-cleaning. Natural oils and wax are meant to keep the skin moist, protect the ear from debris and act as a natural bug repellant. A mixture of vinegar and water or the use of mineral oil or olive oil is a good way to help the “self-cleaning” function of the outer ear.

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It’s a Noisy World

January 25, 2016

Loud noise causes hearing loss in millions of Americans. Sounds can change from loud to dangerously loud very quickly. Three easy steps to prevention are: understanding what sounds put you at risk for noise induced hearing loss, decreasing the volume of loud sounds and wearing ear protection. Children and teens are exposed more and more to dangerous volume levels. The Turn It To The Left campaign is helping to educate kids on the dangers of loud noise.

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