The audiology department is an integral part of any ear, nose, and throat practice.
Audiologists at Sound Health Services work hand-in-hand with ENT specialists to help you learn how hearing solutions compare with one another, resulting in the most comprehensive, state-of-the-art medical care.
Many of our patient’s conditions, including hearing disorders and ear diseases, are associated with the outer, middle, inner, and retrocochlear sites.
These sites include:
- Otitis media Otosclerosis
- Perforations and other disturbances of the outer ear
- Eustachian tube dysfunction
- Sensorineural hearing loss Acoustic nerve lesions
- Ménière’s Disease
A full team of master and doctorate level audiologists, trained in all aspects of hearing science, hearing disorders, sophisticated diagnostic procedures and amplification systems work closely with our otolaryngologist specialists.
Equipped with the latest diagnostic equipment available, our audiologists can evaluate and treat the full spectrum of ear and hearing disorders in both the pediatric and adult patients. In addition to those listed above, Sound Health Services and Sound Hearing also manage:
- Digital Hearing Aid dispensing
- Pediatric and adult evaluations
- Site of lesion testing
- Hearing protection
- Swim molds
Call Sound Health Services for more information or to schedule an appointment.