Professional Hearing Health Care Services
When we ask our new patients why they came to us they often say they've been referred by one of our current patients or by their physician who has told them about us. You'll find more patient comments by clicking on our testimonials section.
If you have a hearing concern you can make an appointment with us directly. A physician referral is not a requirement. If a medical need exists we will make an appropriate and timely referral. The following links will also connect you to information related to:
Comprehensive audiologic hearing assessment
- adults and specializing in young children
Comprehensive hearing evaluation and screening
middle ear evaluation
Low-level sound emitted by the cochlea, either spontaneously or as an echo or other sound evoked by and auditory stimulus, related to the function of the outer hair cells of the cochlea.
Otoacoustic Emissions (OAEs) are sounds measured in the external ear canal that reflect active processes in the cochlea. OAEs are used to help determine cochlear function, specifically outer hair cell function. When outer hair cells are structurally damaged or nonfunctional, OAEs typically cannot be measured. In addition, if middle ear pathology is present, OAEs may not be present, which may suggest some degree of dysfunction in the middle and/or inner ear.
Test measuring OAEs is another option that is used for our battery of diagnostics at Professional Audiology Clinic when appropriate.
Referrals for cochlear implants