Kienholz Hearing Centers

Three convenient office locations - The Woodlands, Tomball & Magnolia

For over 30 years, our patients have come from 22 states, 7 foreign countries, and over 100 Texas cities. Since opening our doors in 1986, more than 15 other local ENT, hearing aid, and audiology practices have closed, moved, or sold out to national syndicates. Unlike them, our team of Hearing Instrument Specialists has continuously outshined the competition, offering hearing expertise that few others can deliver. In fact, in 2012 the Texas Hearing Aid Association honored Barry Kienholz by naming him the THAA Dispenser of the Year for practicing with the highest level of ethics, earning him the approbation of patients and professionals alike. An incomparable level of compassion, professionalism, and caring concern keeps out clients coming back. Thousands have witnessed the Kienholz team in action, their testimonials remaining a valuable key to our success.

Our Hearing Instrument Specialist has helped all kinds of people in all kinds of professions. From war veterans, pilots, bus drivers, teachers, police officers, and ship captains to students, lumbermen, farmers, and refugees; we’ve helped them all find relief from the stress and strain of hearing loss. And we can help you too!

We are personally owned and operated, and not governed by quotas like other hearing aid practices. We offer no-money down, 12-month interest-free financing, and a risk-free trial with a 60-day, 100% money-back guarantee. Our clients are our family; the same person who helped you on your last visit is here to take care of you on your next!

Call one of our convenient locations today to schedule a FREE hearing evaluation.

Meet the Staff

Hearing Staff - Kienholz Hearing Centers

Who We Work With

Seniors – Age-related hearing loss is perfectly normal. A regular checkup will determine if you need hearing aids. Early intervention is important so that your brain does not have to “relearn” how to hear after an extended absence of sound. Do not miss out on social interactions due to a hearing loss.

Adults – Adults at any age can experience hearing loss. Many adults have noise induced hearing loss (NIHL) due to their profession such as musicians, law enforcement, military personnel or those who work around noisy machinery. We can help you determine if you have a hearing loss, provide you with hearing protection earplugs and we can often work with your employer to monitor noise levels and provide adequate protective equipment. Learn more about noise-induced hearing loss and hearing protection.

Children – We are specially trained to diagnose hearing loss in children and recommend solutions. Kids may experience hearing difficulties as infants or toddlers but hearing issues can also arise in school-age children. We are experts at working with parents and children throughout the years to customize the hearing care plan for your family. Call our office for details about pediatric treatment and appointments.


Every insurance policy is different and you may or may not have hearing aid coverage. Please contact your insurance provider before your initial evaluation to verify that you have hearing aid benefits. For your convenience, we can also contact your insurance provider on your behalf.