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Adult and Pediatric Hearing Evaluations
Extensive testing procedures used to evaluate the auditory system for all ages. Testing procedures include tympanometry, evoked otoacoustic emissions (OAEs), acoustic reflex thresholds, pure tone air and bone conduction thresholds, word recognition testing, and auditory evoked response testing (AER, ABR, BAER).
Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs)
Hearing Aid Evaluation and Fitting
The suitability of hearing instrument(s) is determined in a patient-centered manner based on hearing capability, physical and mental capacity, lifestyle, hearing aid style and features, and cost. Hearing aids are adjusted to meet individual needs using technology called real ear measurement in conjunction with the listener’s preference. Orientation and counseling will occur during the fitting to facilitate comfort with the instruments and ease of use.
Hearing Aid Repair
Videonystagmography (VNG) testing is utilized to determine the functionality of each ear and determine if a vestibular deficit may be the cause of a dizziness or balance problem. The testing battery includes oculomotor testing, positional testing, and bithermal calorics with air stimulation.