Audiology and Hearing Aid Services

The staff at Audiology & Communication Services provides services for patients with hearing difficulties. Without the right equipment, some of the most common hearing issues are hard to identify. With professional techniques and equipment, an audiologist is the best choice for evaluations or treatments. To ensure the most accurate results, services are unique for each individual patient.

  • Diagnostic Audiologic Evaluation

    To find out the seriousness of hearing loss, a diagnostic audiologic evaluation is required and tests for loss in one or both ears. Common tests to fulfill the requirements are pure-tone testing, bone conduction, speech testing and tympanometry. A patient’s past health history and age will help determine which tests are the most sufficient for accurate results.

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  • Evaluation for Hearing Aids

    When someone suffers from hearing loss, the right hearing device is a big deal. The audiologist and patient work together to find the right fit, style and features. During this stage of the process, patients are encouraged to ask questions to help them feel confident about their final decision.

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  • Hearing Aid Dispensing and Fitting

    At the dispensing and fitting appointment, patients get to wear their devices for the first time. Our audiologists will run tests and ask questions about the fit. If anything feels uncomfortable, patients should always feel free to speak their mind.

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  • Hearing Aid Repair and Maintenance

    Hearing aids are comprised of tiny electrical components that may experience wear and tear over time. If this is the case, you’ll likely need to visit your hearing professional to have the problem assessed. Whether it’s simply due to aging or the units have been exposed to moisture, excessive wax, debris or physical damage, you’ll […]

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  • Hearing Care for Infants and Children

    Infants and children require specialized hearing care that is different than adult services. Getting ahead of hearing loss early is essential to preventing learning disabilities or long-term hearing issues. To continue the uninterrupted development of an infant or child, family hearing screenings are an important yearly appointment.

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  • Remote Hearing Care

    Audiological services that once required an in-office visit can now be done over the phone or the internet. This includes hearing aid adjustments and updates for minor appointments. Accessing remote care is easy and comes at no additional cost.

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  • Tinnitus Treatment Options

    Tinnitus is a disruptive phantom sound in one or both ears. It can happen at any time and affects almost 15% of people in the entire world. Earwax cleaning, surgery and sound therapy are a few choices to get rid of the condition.

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