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Audiology Services at Holzer

Holzer's professional Audiologists specialize in evaluating, diagnosing, and treating people with hearing loss and balance disorders. The Audiology team is experienced in the counseling and fitting of basic hearing aids as well as the most advanced technological devices in the market today. Our Audiologists treat all ages and types of hearing loss: adults, teens, children, and infants. Almost all types of hearing loss are treatable by an audiologist.

If you have a hearing loss, ask your audiologist about Holzer's Hearing Aid Center. Your audiologist can advise you if hearing aids are recommended for your hearing loss. There are different styles of hearing aids for you to choose. They will be custom fit to your ear, and will provide an amplification response specific to your exact hearing loss pattern.

At Holzer's Hearing Aid Center, you will receive expert counseling by our audiology staff before and after you receive your hearing aid. This is vital for you to adjust to your hearing aids and to be a successful hearing aid wearer.

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Audiology services at Holzer include:

  • Prescribe and fit hearing aids
  • Assist in cochlear implant programs
  • Perform ear or hearing-related surgical monitoring
  • Design and implement hearing conservation programs and newborn hearing screening programs
  • Speech Pathology
  • Provide hearing rehabilitation training such as:
    1. Auditory training
    2. Speech reading
    3. Listening skills improvement

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