Keeping up with your hearing health is very important, and our team of ENT doctors and audiologists aim to provide top-notch hearing care and audiology services to our patients. Whether you’re concerned about your hearing abilities, are in need of a hearing test and checkup, have a child with an ear infection or need guidance as you select a new pair of hearing aids, we welcome you to our hearing healthcare center.
Regardless of your unique circumstances, we can help you find some answers. Our clinic is dedicated to helping you find the exact problem you have and then crafting a solution.
Once you feel you’ve learned what you can here, we would love to meet with you and listen to your unique symptoms.
Audiology evaluations consist of a series of tests used to determine whether a hearing loss exists and, if so, measure its type, degree and configuration. An audiologist will assess the results of each individual test in order to develop a treatment plan geared toward your unique hearing loss. Who Should Be Given an Audiology Evaluation?…Read More
Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) tests measure reactions of the auditory nerve in response to stimuli. It is a popular method to screen for hearing loss, especially for infants and young children who are not old enough for behavioral response hearing screenings. How Is an ABR Test Performed? An ABR test takes one to two hours.…Read More
Our ears are the gateway to speech, music and the sounds of nature but they also bring damaging noise into our lives and can cause us pain and problems. Another focus of ear specialists is the treatment of dizziness, which can be caused by a number of different factors. Vertigo, or dizziness, is a symptom,…Read More
A Bone Anchored Hearing Device is a hearing device that relies on direct bone conduction to transmit sound. This surgically implanted device bypasses the auditory canal and middle ear, utilizing bones as a pathway for sound to reach the middle ear. It’s an alternative for people with chronic ear infections, congenital external auditory canal atresia…Read More
Cochlear implants treat severe to profound hearing loss in patients with sensorineural (inner ear–related) hearing loss whose impairment can’t be treated with hearing aids. The devices are surgically implanted and are able to bypass the problematic areas in the ear by directly stimulating the auditory nerve and sending signals straight to the brain. Cochlear implants…Read More
Hearing loss is one of the biggest health concerns in the U.S. It is the third most commonly reported physical condition, following arthritis and heart disease. It affects roughly 20 percent of the American population and can strike people of all ages. The most common causes of hearing loss are noise exposure and aging. What…Read More
Nearly three of every one thousand babies are born with some form of hearing loss. In most cases, however, hearing issues aren’t discovered in children until they are at least two years old. Thefirst two years of a child’s life are hugely important in physical development as well as in forming emotional, learning and communication…Read More
Ringing in the ear, or tinnitus, is a widespread condition that affects an estimated 50 million Americans. Some people describe it as a hissing, roaring, whooshing or buzzing sound instead of ringing. It may be sporadic or constant, and is a symptom of an underlying condition rather than a disease itself. There are many factors…Read More