BMI Categories
less than 18.5
Healthy Weight
greater than 18.5 and less than 25
greater than 25 and less than 30
greater than 30

What We Do

Audiologists specialize in diagnosing and treating hearing and balance problems. They are often work in partnership with otolaryngologists (ear, nose and throat specialists), focusing on patients who report difficulty with hearing, dizziness or balance. Our specialists also dispense a wide variety of hearing aids, including state-of-the-art digital devices.


Conditions We Treat

Our audiologists perform numerous in-office hearing screenings and audiological tests. They review patients’ medical and audiological history, including ear infections and surgery, head injury, medication use, dizziness and noise exposure. They also evaluate and treat patients who suffer from vestibular disorders and tinnitus (ringing in the ears). Our specialists’ areas of expertise include:


  • Hearing screening
  • Hearing aid evaluation
  • Pure tone audiometry
  • Balance testing
  • Tympanometry
  • Auditory brainstem response testing
  • Audiological assessment
  • Acoustic reflexes
  • Central auditory processing evaluations
  • Speech audiometry
  • Otoacoustic emission tests
  • State-of-the art hearing aids
  • Custom earplugs
  • Assistive listening devices
  • Aural rehabilitation
  • Tinnitus testing and management


Why We Are Different


Our licensed specialists have doctorate degrees in audiology, and many years of experience in diagnosing and treating hearing and vestibular disorders. They keep abreast of the latest developments in hearing aid technology, and dispense a wide variety of hearing aids, from different manufacturers, including behind-the-ear, receiver-in-canal, in-the-ear, in-the-canal, completely-in-canal and invisible-in-canal models. Hearing aids can be sampled in the office, in numerous simulated settings with different noise levels. Our audiologists encourage patients to bring a spouse, friend or family member to appointments.