Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Q. What is an Audiologist?
An Audiologist is a hearing health care provider who evaluates, diagnoses and treats people with hearing loss, tinnitis and balance disorders.
Q. How do I know if I have a hearing loss?
The best way to find out is to visit an Audiologist. If you are wondering, why not take a few minutes and find out for sure? Often the person who has a hearing loss is unaware of the loss, or the extent of the loss. If someone close to you tells you they think you have a hearing loss they often are right. People often don’t know how much of their life they are missing.
You would probably benefit from having your hearing evaluated if you:
• Seem to have difficulty hearing things other people hear;
• Find yourself asking others to repeat themselves;
• Want the TV turned up louder than other people find comfortable;
• Have difficulty hearing in meetings, church, or restaurants.
Q. What will the test cost?
A quick call to our office will enable us to give you a price range. The cost is different depending upon the kind of evaluation to be performed. With a short discussion we can tell our policies and answer any billing questions you may have.