Schedule an appointment today at 513 429 4327.
From sensorineural hearing loss and conductive hearing loss to tinnitus (ringing in the ear), our audiologists treat a full range of hearing issues in a physician-based medical environment.
Additionally, our audiologists:
- Hold masters or doctoral degrees in audiology and are certified by the American Speech & Hearing Association. Some also are affiliated with the American Academy of Audiology. Meet our team.
- Have expertise in the non-medical management of the auditory and balance system.
- Incorporate the prevention, identification, assessment and treatment of hearing disorders, including the evaluation and fitting of hearing aids, in children and adults.
- Work with some of the area's top ear, nose and throat doctors to evaluate each patient, provide a custom treatment plan and work directly with select manufacturers to ensure the best performance, the latest in hearing aid technology.
Hearing Problems We Treat:
- Nerve deafness (Sensorineural hearing loss)
- Problems of the bones, eardrum or membranes (Conductive hearing loss)
- Mixed hearing loss from both causes
- Balance problems
- Tinnitus (ringing in the ear)
- One-sided hearing - with Baha® Bone Conduction Implants
Hearing Assessment for Hearing Loss
For those who have noticed changes in their hearing ability we encourage you to make an appointment for a hearing evaluation. At this appointment you will complete a hearing test and will speak with one of our doctors.
Hearing Tests (Audiogram)
The audiologist will test your hearing by having you respond to tones and speech stimuli in a sound proof booth. This will reveal the lowest level at which you hear tones and speech in a quiet environment.
Medical Exam (ENT or audiologist will recommend if needed)
The physician will go over your hearing test and perform a medical exam to determine if you are a good candidate for hearing aids.
Hearing Aid Evaluation
The audiologist will obtain a hearing history from you by asking you specific questions regarding your lifestyle and areas in which you struggle.
This will determine the best hearing aid options available to you. They will go over the different styles, circuit options & prices with you.
Learn about the different types of hearing aids.
Hearing aid FAQs
Hearing Aid Fitting
The selected hearing aids will be ordered and you will be asked to return in 1-2 weeks to have the hearing aids fit. During the hearing aid fitting, the audiologist will program the hearing aids to your specific prescription and will counsel you about the hearing aids use and care. This is to ensure you are capable using them before you leave our office.
Baha® Bone Conduction Implants
For people with one-sided hearing, a Baha® Bone Conduction Implant may be the answer. The Baha method uses a titanium implant that is surgically placed in the skull bone behind the non-functioning ear. A small sound processor then snaps onto the implant, either with a magnet or small stem protruding from the skull.
The surgery is conducted by a board-certified ENT physician. Two months later, an audiologist works with the patient to fit and adjust the sound processor. For a hearing test to determine if you are a candidate for the Baha implant, call 513 429 4327.
Click here to learn more about Baha® Bone Conduction Implants.
Hearing Aids: 60-Day Trial Period
You will have a 60-day trial period with your hearing aids. Within that time frame, it is common to have appointments scheduled to make adjustments on the hearing aids and to answer questions you may have. If a return is necessary, there is no cancellation fee.
We recommend you return to the office for regular check-ups for your hearing aids. We also perform annual hearing tests.
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