Our practice offers audiology health care services to patients of all ages. Audiology is the science and the medicine applied to the sense of hearing. Audiologists have been educated, clinically trained, licensed and board certified to identify, assess, diagnose and treat audiological problems such as hearing loss and tinnitus.
If you or someone you care for is concerned about hearing problems, please contact our office at 717-728-9700 to schedule an appointment.
What is an Audiologist?
An audiologist is a trained health care professional who provides patient care in the prevention, identification, diagnosis and evidence based treatment of hearing, balance and other auditory disorders in people of all ages. Though they work in tandem with primary care physicians and ENT physicians, audiologists are the primary health care professionals who evaluate hearing…
Determining your type and degree of hearing loss is instrumental in ensuring you receive the best treatment. In order to determine this, you will need to complete a series of hearing evaluations.
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There are more than 48 million Americans of all ages with some degree of hearing loss. Signs of loss include people sounding as if they are mumbling, turning up the volume on the TV or listening to music louder than others need it, difficulty hearing in noisy environments, ringing in the ears, sensitivity to sound…
If you’ve been diagnosed with permanent hearing loss, hearing aids may be a solution for you. In fact, there are many hearing aid styles, designs, features and accessories available to suit any preference or activity. All hearing aids have the same basic parts that bring sound into the ear and make it louder. They can…
Affecting an estimated 20 million people, tinnitus is the perception of noise in the ears that does not come from outside of your body. This sound can be a ringing, buzzing, clicking, roaring or hissing. It can be a low roar to a high squeal heard in one or both ears. It may also be…