Audiology Services


Audiology is the branch of science and medicine that focuses on hearing, balance and related disorders. Audiologists diagnose, treat and monitor a wide range of hearing and balance problems in patients of all ages, from newborns to the elderly. Services they provide include hearing tests; hearing aid selection, fitting and programming; audiologic rehabilitation; and counseling/education for patients and their families.

Hearing Evaluations

Audiology evaluations consist of a series of tests used to determine whether a hearing loss exists and, if so, measure its type, degree and configuration. An audiologist will assess the results of each individual test in order to develop a treatment plan geared toward your unique hearing loss. Who Should Be Given an Audiology Evaluation?…

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Tinnitus

Ringing in the ear, or tinnitus, is a widespread condition that affects an estimated 50 million Americans. Some people describe it as a hissing, roaring, whooshing or buzzing sound instead of ringing. It may be sporadic or constant, and is a symptom of an underlying condition rather than a disease itself. There are many factors…

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Audiology Exams

Audiology evaluations consist of a series of tests used to determine whether a hearing loss exists and, if so, measure its type, degree and configuration. An audiologist will assess the results of each individual test in order to develop a treatment plan geared toward your unique hearing loss. Who Should Be Given an Audiology Evaluation?…

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Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is one of the biggest health concerns in the U.S. It is the third most commonly reported physical condition, following arthritis and heart disease. It affects roughly 20 percent of the American population and can strike people of all ages. The most common causes of hearing loss are noise exposure and aging. What…

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Auditory Brainstem Response

Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) tests measure reactions of the auditory nerve in response to stimuli. It is a popular method to screen for hearing loss, especially for infants and young children who are not old enough for behavioral response hearing screenings. How Is an ABR Test Performed? An ABR test takes one to two hours.…

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Custom Earmolds

It has long been acknowledged that noise induced hearing loss can be prevented by wearing earplugs. While there are plenty of good choices available off the shelf, everyone’s ears are unique the best protection will come from custom crafted earmolds. How Are Custom Earmolds Used? Custom earmolds are made from impressions of your ear canal…

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