Hearing disorders can result from a variety of causes including trauma at birth, viral infections, genetic disorders, exposure to loud noise, certain medications, or aging. Treatment may include examining and cleaning the ear canal, fitting and dispensing hearing aids, and fitting and programming cochlear implants. Audiology treatments also include counseling on adjusting to hearing loss, training on the use of hearing instruments, and teaching communication strategies for use in a variety of environments.
- Identify hearing, balance, and related ear problems.
- Hearing Aid testing
- Hearing Aid maintenance
- Hearing Aid sales
- Identify symptoms of and treat hearing loss
- Auditory, balance, and related sensory and neural problems.
- Using audiometers, computers, and other testing devices, measure the loudness at which a person begins to hear sounds, the ability to distinguish between sounds, and the impact of hearing loss on an individual's daily life.
Great Gift for the Grandkids!
Help protect children’s hearing with KidzSafe earbuds and headphones. These headphones help prevent noise induced hearing loss with patented volume-limiting technology. They can only reach 85 dB in volume. Sounds louder than 85 decibels can damage your ears. No appointment is necessary. To purchase, you can stop by the Hannibal Regional Medical Group at 6500 Hospital Drive – on the Hannibal Regional Healthcare System campus. Linda Carleton, Audiologist is on the first floor of the Medical Building or you may call my office at 573-629-3301.
No appointment necessary for purchase.