Approximately 28 million Americans have hearing loss that can significantly interfere with communication. Additionally, millions of Americans have tinnitus (ringing or buzzing in the ears), auditory processing problems (trouble focusing on and/or misunderstanding what is heard), frequent ear infections, and balance problems (dizziness or unsteadiness) that can occur with or without hearing loss and at any age.

Why Choose an Audiologist?

Audiologists are professionals who are uniquely qualified to:

  • Diagnose and treat hearing loss, balance, and other related disorders
  • Recommend and provide audiological rehabilitation services, such as: (1) evaluating, fitting and monitoring hearing aids and other hearing assistive technology (e.g., cochlear implants and FM systems); and (2) counseling clients and their families and/or caregivers

Audiology Services

Emory Audiology provides on-site audiology services and a staff trained to assess hearing disorders and determine appropriate treatment options for hearing loss. Ear, nose and throat physicians at The Emory Clinic are available to provide care for patients with hearing loss that can be corrected through medical intervention. When amplification is the appropriate treatment, we provide state-of-the-art hearing aids.

All audiological services at Emory Audiology are provided by a certified, licensed audiologist and include:

  • Hearing evaluations for both adults and children
  • Impedance testing (tympanometry)
  • Hearing aid evaluation and fitting, including computer-programmable hearing aids with digital technology
  • A 30-day trial period for all hearing aids
  • Hearing aid repairs, service, batteries and accessories
  • Custom ear molds for swimming and noise protection and musicians' earplugs
  • Cochlear implants and Bone-Anchored Hearing prosthetics (BAHA)