A hearing evaluation provides the necessary results to find proper treatment of various types of hearing loss. Our offices use industry-standard tests to find solutions. During your evaluation, we will do our best to provide you with the answers and care you need.
Hearing Aid Services
Tinnitus is a “phantom” auditory perception. Some people describe these sensations as “ringing”, “buzzing”, “roaring”, “hissing”, or “rushing”. Tinnitus can affect or interfere with an individual’s ability to hear, concentrate, and/or sleep at night. Untreated tinnitus may lead to sleep disorders, depression, PTSD, anxiety, anger, and other psychological effects.
Dizziness and Balance
Dizziness or loss of balance, sometimes referred to as vertigo, is the second most common complaint that doctors hear. According to the National Institutes of Health, dizziness will occur in 70 percent of Americans at some point in their lives.
Whether the dizziness is temporary or chronic may indicate how serious the potential health risks are to you as an individual. Equilibrium disorders typically fall into two categories:
- Acute attacks of dizziness, vertigo, or a general loss of balance that may last a few seconds or a few hours
- A persistent sense of imbalance, unsteadiness, or what some people refer to as a loss of sure-footedness
Although you may feel helpless when you’re hit with a dizzy spell, there’s plenty of hope for these balance problems. Proper diagnosis and treatment options have been enhanced over the last decade, making dizziness a much easier problem to resolve.