Audiology and Hearing Aid Services offers comprehensive diagnostic testing of all ages including:

  • Otoscopy: visualization of outer ear canal
  • Tympanometry and Acoustic Reflexes: test of middle ear function
  • Distortion Product Otoacoustic Emissions (DPOAEs):test of inner ear function
  • Pure Tone Air and Bone Conduction testing: behavioral testing of outer, middle, and inner ear
  • Conditioned Play Audiometry (CPA): behavioral hearing test for children
  • Visual Reinforcement Audiometry (VRA): behavioral hearing test for babies and infants

Our staff and Doctors of Audiology will work individually which each patient to build a hearing system which will meet the unique needs of each patient. Our services with amplification include:

  • Personal consultation with a Doctor of Audiology
  • Communication Needs Assessment
  • Hearing aid selection and fitting
  • Aural rehabilitation
  • Verification testing
  • Hearing aid repairs and modifications
  • Convenient daily walk in ours for cleanings and repairs
  • Assistive technologies including: Bluetooth Technology and Telecoil Looping
  • LACE Program (Listening and Communication Enhancement)
  • BAHA (Bone Anchored Hearing Aid) evaluations and fittings
  • Tinnitus evaluations, consultations and management
  • Custom ear molds such as swim plugs, Musician plugs, Hunters’ ear plugs, noise protection.
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