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Important Audiology Terms to Know

An audiologist is a doctor who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions that affect hearing. A hearing loss or disorder may also impact speech and balance. Before visiting an audiologist, here are several terms that may be important to know.

  • Hearing Aid – A device that is inserted into the ear, or behind the ear, to amplify sound, helping the wearer to hear better. Most hearing aids now incorporate digital technology, and can be tuned specifically to the needs of the wearer.
  • Tinnitus – Tinnitus refers to a ringing in the ears, which may be a symptom of other hearing damage, or can occur as the result of an injury or taking certain medications.
  • Cochlear Implant – A cochlear implant can provide a semblance of hearing to the deaf or those who are severely hard of hearing. It is an electronic device that contains a microphone, a speech processor and a transmitter, that works by stimulating the auditory nerve in the inner ear.
  • Auditory Processing Disorder – A condition that makes it difficult for a person to understand what they hear, despite having normal hearing sensitivity. It is a neurological condition that may cause other symptoms beyond hearing damage.
  • Vestibular System – Located in the inner ear, the vestibular system helps a person to maintain their balance and posture. An audiologist treats several disorders that can affect the vestibular system, and cause such health problems as dizziness, vertigo and motion sickness.
  • Speech Pathology – Many patients with hearing damage also suffer from speech difficulties. Speech-language pathology specializes in speech disorders.
    American Academy of Audiology
    Reston, VA 20191
    We are the world's largest association of specifically audiology doctors and practices. Providing your medical practice with the resources you need to gain valuable patient feedback and grow your business.
    Nat'l Institute On Deafness & Other Comm. Disorder
    Bethesda, MD 20892
    Our institute is one of the premiere health organizations in the nation, dedicated to providing hearing and communicative disorder treatment and solutions. Contact us to find out more today.
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    Premier Hearing Center
    2905 Brown Trl, Bedford, TX 76021
    At Premier Hearing Center, we can help you live a happy, productive lifestyle with the latest hearing aid technologies at most affordable prices.
    (817) 605-1053
    Anderson Audiology
    951 W Pipeline Rd Ste 110a, Hurst, TX 76053
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    (817) 595-4343
    User Review: "Beware that anderson audiology is not honoring bundled follow-up care for patients that purchased hearing aids from hearing ..."
    Fonner Hearing Aid Center, LLC
    315 E. Randol Mill Road, Arlington, TX 76011
    We proudly serve the Arlington, TX area with premium hearing loss care. We offer affordable hearing aid solutions featuring advanced digital and wireless streaming technology.
    (817) 277-8121
    Soundworks Hearing Centers
    1000 W Randol Mill Rd, Arlington, TX 76012
    We proudly serve the Arlington, TX community with premium hearing care. We offer affordable hearing aid solutions featuring advanced digital and wireless streaming technology.
    (817) 795-6000
    Mid Cities Speech & Hearing Clinic
    309 Westpark Way, Euless, TX 76040
    (817) 283-3191
    Shields Susan
    6226 Colleyville Blvd Ste B, Colleyville, TX 76034
    (817) 251-9527
    Anderson Audiology
    1550 Norwood Dr Ste 100, Hurst, TX 76054
    (817) 282-8402
    Audibel Hearing Aid Ctr
    3401 W Airport Fwy Ste 106, Irving, TX 75062
    (972) 313-2543
    Jones Hearing Aid Centers
    2700 N O Connor Rd Ste 102b, Irving, TX 75062
    (972) 252-9360
    Audiology Consultants Inc
    847 Magnolia Ct, Hurst, TX 76053
    (817) 589-2337
    Kos/Danchak Audiology & Hearing Aids LLC
    101 W Randol Mill Rd Ste 100, Arlington, TX 76011
    (817) 277-7039
    Ent & Audiology Center of Southlake
    660 W Southlake Blvd Ste 100, Southlake, TX 76092
    (817) 416-9731
    Pathway Speech & Language
    2625 E Southlake Blvd Ste 100, Southlake, TX 76092
    (817) 424-4299
    Fonner Hearing Aid Center
    6647 Boulevard 26 Ste 100, North Richland Hills, TX 76180
    (817) 284-8584
    Creek At Cotton Ccc
    9055 John T White Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76120
    (817) 303-3555

    Audiologists are trained health care professionals who evaluate hearing impairment and other disorders such as tinnitus and otitis. They can perform fittings for hearing aids and listening devices, as well as perform newborn hearing screening. They are dedicated to hearing conservation and can offer advice and information on audio health, hearing loss, and deafness. Audiologists can work in a private practice, medical center, school, or nursing home facility. Those interested in finding a qualified audiologist can get a referral from their primary care doctor, or even their child's school nurse. Such professionals should be skilled in evaluating and treating conductive hearing loss, deafness, neuropathy, and vestibular rehabilitation. They may also have specialties in areas like sensorineural hearing loss and aural rehabilitation. Community resources exist for helping the deaf, offering information and services for deaf people, including how audiologists can help with deafness and hearing loss. Audiologists can also work with people who can hear, but not extremely well. There are listening devices available on the market that can be fitted to the ear. Whereas before, hearing aids were cumbersome and obvious, they are now so small they are virtually undetectable. Audiologists can advise patients on the latest technologies in hearing aids, listening devices, deafness management, rehabilitation methods, and other health information relating to hearing conservation and disorders. People can seek out the services of an audiologist for issues such as sensorineural hearing loss, tinnitus, and screenings for your newborn or child. Audiology professionals can provide fittings, consultations, tests, and ongoing plans for treatment. They will walk patients through the process and let them practice putting on and taking off their new listening devices. For those looking to become an audiologist, there are many jobs sites out there that you can sign up for, to search for your next audiology career step.
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