Our Audiologists can assess, treat, and rehabilitate hearing disorders. Audiologists are healthcare professionals who provide client-centered care in the prevention, identification, diagnosis, and evidence-based treatment of hearing, balance, and other auditory disorders in children and young adults. Hearing disorders can be complex with medical, psychological, physical, social, educational, and employment implications. We will provide professional and personalized services to minimize the negative impact of these disorders, leading to improved outcomes and quality of life.
Making an Appointment for Hearing Evaluation
On your first visit to see our Audiologist, she will start by asking you questions about your medical and hearing history. Next, she will look into your ears using a light, called an otoscope, and check for anything in the ear canal that might affect the test results or require referral to your doctor. Finally, she will conduct a test or series of tests to assess:
Whether there is a hearing loss
The cause of the hearing loss (to the extent possible)
The degree and configuration (one or both ears?) of hearing loss
The best treatment options