Audiologists are health care professionals who identify, assess and manage disorders of hearing, balance and other neural systems.
They Help patients ranging in age from newborns to older adults Selects, fits and dispenses hearing aids and other listening devices Help prevent hearing loss by providing and fitting protective hearing devices and educating patients on the effects of noise on hearing
Aids in research pertinent to the prevention, identification and management of hearing loss, tinnitus and balance system dysfunction
Benefits of Consulting an Audiologist
- Treat abnormalities of the hearing, balance, and other neurological systems.
- The process of choosing, fitting, and dispensing hearing aids and other listening devices.
- Provides protective hearing aids, fits them, and instructs patients on how noise affects hearing to help prevent hearing loss.
- Aids in the study of hearing loss, tinnitus, and balance system malfunction as well as the prevention, detection, and treatment of these conditions