Hearing Services

SERVICES | SPECIALTY PROGRAMS Hearing Testing | Newborn Hearing | Balance/Vertigo | Tinnitus/Ringing in Ears | Auditory Processing Disorders | Musicians Hearing | Electrophysiology | Hearing Aids | Assistive Technology | Cochlear Implants/BAHA | Hearing Protection | Audiologic Rehabilitation | Veterans

 What is an Audiologist?
 What is Your Concern


A hearing test is needed if you suspect you have a hearing problem or you have concerns about listening and understanding.
Newborns can have their hearing tested with specialized equipment. Learn more here if you suspect your newborn has hearing problems or if your newborn failed the hearing screening following birth.
If you are experiencing dizziness or having balance issues, you may need to see an audiologist for testing.
Ringing in your ears can be very bothersome. There are tests and treatments available to help you.
Problems following directions, understanding what people say, having trouble in background noise are common difficulties reported by people with auditory processing disorders. 
Musicians are exposed to loud noises that can be damaging to their hearing. Find out how to protect your hearing. 
This test tells us how your hearing nerve is working and how well sounds reach the brain.
Hearing aids are ear-worn devices that amplify sound. Hearing aids are the most common treatment option for hearing-related problems. They are often used together with other Hearing Assistive Technologies and Audiologic Rehabilitation to maximize their benefit. 
Some hearing problems only happen in one or two situations - like when listening to the TV or talking on the phone. If this is the case for you, our audiologists can help you to select one or more specialized pieces of equipment, or even give you tips about using equipment that you already have, to help you hear better in these situations.  
Cochlear implants are electronic medical devices that help both children and adults who are very hard of hearing understand speech and hear other sounds. 
Hearing Protection and Earplugs
People who are exposed to loud sounds and/or music may be at risk for temporary or permanent hearing damage. A variety of earplugs and earmuffs are available to help protect hearing. Earplugs are also used by children that have ear tubes or holes in their eardrums.
Our Hearing Management Group sessions offer you the chance to talk with other people who have similar hearing-related problems and learn from one another about techniques and technologies that work.
Basic hearing tests identify the presence of hearing loss and may be used to determine whether or not hearing aids or other devices are necessary.