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Providing Everything You Need

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Ear Doctor


  • Diagnostic hearing evaluations 

  • Prescriptive hearing aid fittings with Real ear measures (gold standard for appropriate hearing aid fits)

  • Hearing aid programming, fine tuning & follow-up

  • Comprehensive Tinnitus evaluations

  • Eustachian tube (ET) testing - including Patulous Eustachian tube (PET) and Eustachian tube dysfunction (ETD)

  • Wax removal/management services 

  • Otoacoustic emissions (OAE’s) - to evaluate the integrity of the sensory cells in the inner ear

  • Tympanometry & acoustic reflexes - to evaluate the function of the eardrum and middle ear system 

  • Fistula testing - including peri lymph fistula, semicircular canal dehiscence, and other third window phenomenon 

  • Otologic monitoring for those exposed to ototoxic chemicals/solvents and patients with a history of ototoxic drug use and/or chemotherapy/radiation (aminoglycosides, gentamaicin, cisplatin, etc.)

  • Cochlear implants - programming, mapping and follow-up

  • Musician's earplugs, Custom swim plugs, Custom hearing protection devices (HPDs), etc.

Vertigo & Balance (Vestibular)

  • Vertebral-basilar artery screen (VAST)

  • VNG/ENG - videonystagmography/electronystagmography - a series of quick tests using video goggles to evaluate the precisely assess the vestibular system in each ear separately 

  • Dix Hallpike & positional testing

  • Rotary chair testing

  • Saccadic and smooth pursuit testing

  • vHIT - video head impulse testing

  • Dynamic visual acuity (DVA) - tests the ability to keep objects focused and stabilized during head movement, enabling you to maintain balance and minimize the risk of falling. This dynamic VOR (mediated by the inner ear balance organs) 

  • Caloric testing - bithermal air calorics

Ear Checkup

Auditory Evoked Potentials (AEPs) Testing

  • ECochG - to diagnose likely Ménière’s disease, or cochlear Hydrops 

  • Neuro Rate Study - auditory-evoked neurological testing the status and function of the 8th (vestibulocochlear) nerve for asymmetries and retrocochlear lesion abnormalities

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