Do You Think You Have Hearing Loss?
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Family Hearing Loss Testing Services
A Hearing Screening helps test a person’s hearing sensitivity to different tones and is often performed by an audiologist using an audiometer. In addition, a Hearing Screening will help determine if a complete Hearing Evaluation may be necessary. Here at Family Hearing Care, our dedicated staff will provide complementary Hearing Screenings to patients looking to test their hearing sensitivities.
A Complete Hearing Evaluation is a combination of many hearing tests used to determine the status of a patient’s peripheral auditory nervous system, including the middle ear. This includes Otoscopic Examination, Cerumen Removal, Pure Tone Air and Bone Conduction Audiometry, Speech Audiometry, Tympanometry, and QuickSIN Speech-in-Noise Testing.
After evaluation, a patient and their primary care physician will receive a copy of the test results with appropriate medical or non-medical intervention recommendations.
A Hearing Aid Evaluation helps determine the hearing aid technology, style, and accessories that may be most suited for a patient’s particular activity level and lifestyle. After a hearing aid has been fit, our audiologists use Best Practices verification methods, including Real Ear probe microphone measurements, to determine if the hearing aids meet a prescriptive target for the patient’s particular hearing loss.