Audiologists are the only doctors who are specifically trained to measure hearing and provide rehabilitative services to individuals with hearing loss. All of our professional audiologists have a doctorate degree in Audiology or Au.D. from accredited universities.
How We Can Help You
If you believe that you may have a hearing loss or think that your hearing has changed, please visit our office to find out how we can help you. An audiologist will evaluate your hearing, interpret your test results, and review them with you in detail. A treatment plan will then be recommended, which may include hearing aids and/or other assistive technologies.
How We Test Your Hearing
There are a variety of tests designed to assess your hearing. The most common and reliable hearing test is the pure tone audiometry test. You will be asked to listen to a series of beeping tones and indicate which ones you are able to hear. The results are recorded on a graph called an audiogram. You will also be asked to repeat a series of words and sentences to evaluate how well you understand what you are hearing and how well you can understand speech in background noise.