What is an Audiologist?
A specialist in the identification of hearing loss and the rehabilitation of persons with impaired hearing.
Who does an Audiologist Serve?
Adults, children, and infants are all cared for in our practice.
What are the advantages of working with an Audiologist?
- Physicians and audiologists work together to diagnose, treat, and rehabilitate hearing loss.
- All major brands of digital and digitally programmable hearing aids are available.
- We are interested in helping our patients by providing services they need, including medical diagnosis and treatment, a 45-day trial period on hearing aids and ongoing counseling/education with adjustments to hearing aids as needed. We also provide training in the use and maintenance of hearing aids.
Audiology and Otology products and services include:
- Medical and audiologic evaluation to determine cause, degree, and type of hearing loss.
- Dispensing digital hearing aids on a 45-day trial basis. Our service includes adjustments and education in the use and maintenance of hearing aids.
- Assistive listening devices, apart from hearing aids.
- Repair of all makes of hearing aids.
- Counseling with patient and family to improve communication ability.
- Hearing aid batteries – from individual packs of batteries to our battery club savings program, we can satisfy all your hearing aid battery needs.
- Acoustic impedance measurements to assess middle ear function.
- Otoacoustic emission (OAE) testing for patients unable to cooperate with conventional testing.
- Acoustic reflex decay for eighth nerve assessment.
- Custom made ear molds, swim plugs, and noise protection devices for musicians, hunters, etc.