Your hearing health is a vital part of your life. It affects your everyday experience, social life, and even your personal safety. Trusting this essential aspect of your health to a professionally trained, licensed and certified audiologist who has the knowledge and experience to provide you with the best on-going treatment will keep you connected to your world.
Why would you want to see an audiologist? Hearing care may seem like something as simple as getting a basic test and a hearing aid from a local hearing aid dispenser and that's all. However, hearing loss is often only one piece of a larger medical puzzle. The scope of practice for audiology extends beyond your hearing aid options.
An audiologist will offer you comprehensive hearing care, evaluations, exams and diagnoses you can be assured are accurate and incorporate your entire medical health and history. Audiology education programs include coursework on anatomy and physiology, disorders of the ear, treatment and rehabilitation of hearing loss, assessment and management of tinnitus and balance evaluation and treatment. Audiologists are qualified to treat all ages of individuals.
Basic hearing tests are widely available, but audiologists have the proper medical training to interpret and diagnose the type of hearing loss or communication disorder you may be experiencing and decide on a comprehensive treatment plan that includes your other medical professionals. Audiologists are here to help you maximize your quality of life.
At Hearing Resources Audiology Center, your experience with us is more than an appointment; it's a relationship. We are a member of your health team. We provide you with a warm, friendly, non-intimidating environment, work with your insurance and within your budget, and strive to help you live your fullest life. Contact us today at 503-774-3668, or email us at email@example.com