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Our Services

Diagnostic Audiometric Hearing Evaluations For All Ages
During your examination you will be tested by a licensed Audiologist using a series of low & high frequency words to determine your ability to understand verbiage within a conversation.  We will also give you several words to repeat.  The results will help us determine your percentage of hearing loss, your ability to understand speech and how hearing aids will improve your ability to hear.  Insurance often covers these services.

Hearing Evaluations for Children
A hearing test for a child is often not as simple as a hearing test for an adult.  For this reason, audiologists are trained in specific techniques to evaluate the hearing of a child.  The child may wear headphones or listen to the sounds in a room with speakers.

Newborn Hearing Screenings
The majority of infants born in hospitals are screened for hearing before going home.  This type of hearing test uses small headphones and stickers that attach to the baby’s skin.  A soft clicking sound is played in each ear, and a computer measures the brain’s response to the sound.  The baby sleeps during this short, painless test.  Babies who did not receive a hearing screening at birth should be screened within the first month of life.

OAEs
Otoacoustic emission testing allows the audiologist to understand how the outer hair cells of your inner ear are working.

Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) Testing
An Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) is a hearing test that measures the brain’s response to sounds.  ABRs are often used for infants or children who cannot give verbal or behavioral responses to sounds they hear.  The ABR uses small stickers that are placed on the skin of the head and headphones that are placed in each ear.  The patient must remain sleeping for the duration of the test.  An audiologist interprets the responses that are measured and determines the child’s level of hearing in each ear.  An ABR test can last between 30 minutes and 2 hours and is not painful for the child.

Tympanometry
Tympanometry is an examination used to test the condition of the middle ear and mobility of the eardrum (tympanic membrane) and the conduction bones, by creating variations of air pressure in the ear canal.

Hearing Conservation Testing for Industry
Workers in certain occupations are required to receive regular hearing tests due to the risk of hearing loss that can be caused by excessive noise in their workplace.  These hearing tests can be completed in less than 30 minutes, and comply with the standards set by OSHA.

VNG - Balance Evaluations
Videonystagmography evaluates the function of the vestibular portion of the inner ear for patients who are experiencing symptoms of vertigo, unsteadiness, dizziness, and other balance disorders.  Hearing evaluation tests are frequently combined with vestibular studies for the identification of inner ear disorders.

Balance and Dizziness: Vestibular Rehabilitation

Hearing Aid Evaluation and Selection
During a hearing aid evaluation, you will meet with the Audiologist who will discuss with you the different styles, colors, technologies, and benefits to wearing hearing aids.  You may be shown different styles or have the opportunity to try different hearing aids in the office.  Custom impressions may be taken of your ears, depending on the style of hearing aid chosen.  

Hearing Aid Dispensing & Fitting
At the hearing aid fitting, you will receive the hearing aids you selected.  They are programmed based on a prescription that is specific to your hearing loss.  The Audiologist may make adjustments after you try the hearing aids to make sure the settings and fit are ideal for you.

Counseling on the use and care of your hearing aids for the patient and their families
The Audiologists are available to help you with problems you may be having with your hearing aids.  They can also spend time with you and discuss ways to make listening with hearing aids easier in your day-to-day life.  Family members are welcome and encouraged to come with you and learn about your hearing aids.

In Office Services
We encourage ongoing cleaning and maintenance after your hearing aid purchase to ensure you receive optimum performance and benefit from your hearing aid(s).  We encourage all our patients to come in for regular hearing aid check-ups and cleaning.

Repairs, Maintenance, Cleanings, and Warranties come with all brands of hearing aids.  We offer in-office repairs when possible on most makes/models.

Hearing Aid Service and Repairs
Some minor hearing aid repairs can be done in the office setting in a short period of time; others will need to be sent to the manufacturer for repair.  Your Audiologist can help determine what kind of a repair is necessary if you feel your hearing aid is not working properly.

Battery Sales
We keep a supply of batteries for you to purchase in our office.  Stop in routinely for fresh batteries.  Make sure to check the batteries in your hearing devices often and make sure there is no dirt, wax or debris interfering with the batteries performance.  Batteries that are properly charged will make a noise (a squeal) when cupped in your hand or after it has been inserted in your ear, when you cup your hand over the hearing aid it will also make a noise.

Size 13 (orange)              Size 312 (brown)

Size 10 (yellow)               Size 675 (blue)

Evaluation and Fitting for Musician's Ear Plugs
Musicians practice and perform in a variety of different settings.  They are exposed to high levels of sound, sometimes for long periods, which may put them at risk for permanent hearing damage.  Musician’s ear plugs are custom-made devices that help to limit the sound exposure from instruments, while still providing a rich musical experience for the performer or audience.

Swim molds, ear molds, and noise protectors
We offer a variety of custom-made earplugs for noise protection and for water protection.

Musician's earplugs- Hear your music at a softer level while maintaining the bass to trebel balance.  Available in a variety of sound-reduction levels.

Assistive listening devices for telephone, television, and public areas
We offer information and guidance on use of ALDs including

* FM systems 

* Television amplifiers 

* Amplified telephones 

Ask for vouchers regarding financial assistance to help with the purchase of your phone.