What Can Audiology Can Do for You

An audiologist is a doctor who specializes in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of hearing and balance problems for patients of all ages. 

The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association advises adults ages 50 and older to get hearing tests every three years. However, audiology care may be necessary at any age. Schedule your appointment with one of our audiologists in Pembroke Pines, FL for an accurate diagnosis and a custom treatment plan that fits your lifestyle.

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Do You Know the Signs of Hearing Loss?

Consider the following questions honestly:

  • Do you find it difficult to follow conversations in loud, crowded places?
  • Do you often ask others to repeat themselves over and over again?
  • Do you need to turn the volume on the TV, radio, or stereo up high enough that others are uncomfortable?
  • Do you find yourself raising your voice during conversation without noticing until you’re almost shouting? 
  • Do you feel as though others are mumbling at you or find them hard to understand?

If you answered, “yes” to any of these questions, it’s time for a hearing evaluation. Hearing loss can be emotional and isolating, but you’re not alone - your South Florida ENT Associates audiologist is here for you.

Custom Hearing Loss Solutions

Hearing aid technology is constantly evolving, and your audiologist stays abreast of the latest developments to make sure you’re matched with hearing aids and accessories that best complement your busy lifestyle.

Every step of the way, from hearing evaluations to outpatient procedures to expertly selecting, programming, and maintaining hearing aids, your South Florida ENT Associates audiologist is your best resource.

Hearing Evaluation Tests and Procedures

Your hearing evaluation consists of a variety of tests and procedures that help give your doctor a baseline understanding of your current hearing health. Some tests and procedures you may undergo include: 

Otoscopy – When the audiologist looks into the ear canal to find potential obstructions.
Pure Tone – When your doctor measures each ear’s hearing level.
Speech Discrimination – When the audiologist measures your ability to hear and understand spoken language.
Bone Conduction – When the doctor measures your inner ear’s reaction to sounds.
Tympanometry – When the audiologist tests the movement of your ear drums.

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We hope to serve you soon in our Pembroke Pines office. We strive to always deliver the highest quality of audiology care for an affordable price.

With 37 convenient locations across the South Florida area, we’re never far away.

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