According to the Audiology Foundation of America, hearing impairment is the 3rd most common chronic health condition in the United States. Although hearing loss is most common in people over the age of 60, it can affect anyone.
You Can Count On Us For Your Hearing Needs
The Department of Audiology provides a full range of diagnostic and treatment services for patients, from birth through adulthood, who suffer from hearing and balance problems. Audiology is a part of the University Otolaryngology Associates (ENT) practice.
Some of the most common services that our audiologists offer include:
- Hearing testing and evaluation
- Hearing aid evaluations and fittings
- Auditory processing evaluations
- Balance disorders
- Hearing loss prevention programs and consultation
- Newborn hearing testing
- Tinnitus evaluations
- Cochlear implant evaluations and fittings
Do You Need Our Services?
If you answered “yes” to any of questions in the “How’s Your Hearing?” checklist, you may be suffering from a hearing problem.
Don’t wait; talk to your doctor about having your hearing tested.
How’s Your Hearing?
Use this quick checklist to evaluate whether you’re at risk for hearing loss:
- Does it sound like people are mumbling when they speak?
- Do you often turn the TV or radio up loud to hear it?
- Do people often have to repeat themselves when talking to you?
- Have you noticed ringing in your ears?
To contact the Audiology department, call us at 585-758-5700.