AUDIOLOGISTS are health care and education professionals who identify, assess, and manage disorders of auditory (hearing), balance, and other neural systems. 

The scope of practice includes:

  • Identification, assessment, diagnosis, management, and interpretation of test results related to disorders of human hearing, balance, and other neural systems
  • Educating consumers and professionals on the prevention of hearing loss
  • Selecting, fitting, and dispensing hearing instruments and assistive listening devices
  • Evaluation and management of children and adults with central auditory processing disorders
  • Conduct and manage hearing screening programs for infants, children, and adults
  • Participating is hearing conservation programs
  • Working with children and adults who need aural rehabilitation

Audiological Services Offered:

  • Hearing evaluations – adult and pediatric
  • Tympanometry
  • Otoacoustic emissions testing
  • Personalized hearing aid selection and delivery
  • Hearing aid repairs of all makes and models
  • Assistive listening devices
  • Vestibular evaluations
  • Electronystagmography

For those with normal hearing we offer:

  • Swim plugs – custom and non-custom
  • Custom made hearing protection
  • Custom ear pieces for hands free cell phone operation
  • Soundscopes for hunters

American Academy of Audiology

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Hearing Health Foundation

Hearing Loss Association of America

Additional Information

1. Hearing Loss
2. Do You Need a Hearing Test?
3. Hearing Aids
4. Tinnitus
5. Pediatric Audiology
6. Hearing Conservation
7. What does an ENT do?