Emory Audiology Program

Comprehensive Care for Hearing Loss

Do you have trouble hearing? Does it make it harder for you to enjoy activities or get your work done? If so, you’re not alone. Over 30 million Americans over the age of 12 have lost some ability to hear in both ears. It’s important to get your hearing checked, though, because your risk of hearing loss only increases with age. 

Nearly half of all people over age 75 have hearing loss so severe it’s disabling. Improving your hearing can go a long way to improving your quality of life. Our team of specialists in the Emory Audiology Program is here to provide the compassionate, comprehensive care you need.

Recapturing Your Hearing

Your life is a rich soundtrack. It’s filled with many valuable sounds, including music, laughter, and the voices of your loved ones. Missing any of them is a loss. But reduced hearing does more than rob you of the pleasures of the sounds you enjoy.

It can also:

  • Affect your ability to talk with others, including loved ones and health care providers
  • Cause you to miss warning signals, such as smoke alarms
  • Interfere with learning and socializing
  • Lead to isolation and depression
  • Make you less aware of your surroundings, increasing your risk for accidents and injury
  • Speed up any cognitive decline 

Getting Treatment Now

If you suspect you have hearing loss, don’t wait to seek treatment. The longer you put it off, the worse it can get. Reach out to our trained providers if you:

  • Ask for things to be repeated
  • Can’t hear the phone
  • Miss all or parts of conversations
  • Misunderstand what others are saying
  • Turn up the television 

The Emory Audiology Difference

Our providers are specially trained and uniquely qualified audiologists to diagnose and treat your hearing loss. They offer a full range of services that can address your specific hearing needs and fit your lifestyle. 

Our team:

  • Builds a relationship with you dedicated to meeting your hearing needs
  • Counsels you, your caregivers, and your family on how to manage new challenges
  • Diagnoses and treats hearing and tinnitus issues
  • Explains how to protect your hearing
  • Offers cochlear implants and bone conduction implants
  • Provides hearing screening and testing
  • Selects and fits hearing aids

Don’t ignore your hearing loss. It doesn’t have to decrease your quality of life, and you don’t have to accept it. Our team has helped thousands of people reclaim their hearing, and they’re ready to be your partner, too.

Make an Appointment with Emory Audiology Program

To make an appointment, please call 404-778-7777.