In the State of Michigan, more than 600,000 individuals are living with limited hearing or deafness. Are you asking friends to repeat themselves? Are others telling you that your radio or television are “up too loud?” Perhaps you find yourself watching people’s faces when they speak to you or someone you care about has difficulty in noisy environments. Take this simple test to see if you or a loved one might be a candidate for audiology screening.
Hearing services are provided at our Memorial Healthcare Ear, Nose and Throat practice and offers the community a broad range of services related to conditions of the ear, nose and throat, including hearing deficiencies and hearing restoration. Learn how the ear works by clicking here.
Hearing services are available for infants, children, adolescents, teens and adults.
- Hearing Screenings (testing and evaluation)
- Hearing Aid Fittings
- Hearing Aid Repair
Along with complete hearing evaluations in the clinic, we use a new Oto Acoustic Emissions (OAE) machine specificaly designed to accurately assess hearing capability and to provide specific information on the severity of hearing loss – even in young children who cannot communicate about their sense of hearing. The OAE and ABR testing procedures allow for early detection of hearing deficits in the newborn and young population. These children, if identified early, can be treated effectively in a way consistent with their individual type of hearing loss. This has the ability to allow a child with hearing loss to maximize learning potential and engage more effectively in society.
We also provides a wide range of ear, nose and throat surgery services related to the field of otolaryngology.
Memorial Healthcare Ear, Nose, and Throat is an employed physician practice of Memorial Medical Associates, a department of Memorial Healthcare.
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