Audiology concentrates on hearing concerns and disorders. An audiologist is a specialist in the diagnosis and non-medical treatment of hearing and balance problems. Rehabilitation of hearing loss and other hearing conditions can be administered by an Audiologist through fitting of hearing aids and/or assistive listening devices. An Audiologist will identify and assess hearing related concerns and problems and find an appropriate solution.
What Are Audiologists?
Audiologists are the primary health-care professionals who evaluate, diagnose, treat, and manage hearing loss in people of all ages. Audiologists prescribe, fit, and dispense digital hearing aids and other amplification and hearing assistance technologies. They are members of cochlear implant teams; and bone anchored hearing aid teams. Audiologists can perform ear- or hearing-related surgical monitoring, and can design and implement newborn hearing screening programs. They can assess and treat individuals, especially children, with central auditory processing disorders Audiologists design and implement hearing conservation programs, and can assess and treat individuals with tinnitus (noise in the ear, such as ringing). Almost all types of hearing loss are treatable by an audiologist.
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Our Goal is to Positively Affect the Quality of Your Life
The Oregon Clinic employs six licensed audiologists, all trained in diagnostic hearing evaluations and up-to-date on the latest innovations in hearing aids, such as bluetooth connectivity and digital hearing aids. Our audiologists' goals are to improve patient communication and positively affect the quality of your life.
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