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Audiologists hold a Masters or Doctor of Audiology degree from accredited universities with special training in the diagnosis, prevention and non-medical treatment of hearing and balance disorders. Audiologists are required to complete a full-time internship, pass a demanding national competency examination as well as continue their education throughout their career. By virtue of their graduate education and state licensure, audiologists are the most qualified professionals to treat and manage hearing problems.
If you suspect you have some hearing loss, contact an audiologist for a professional hearing assessment. Hearing loss can occur at any age and for many reasons. In adults, however one of the most common periods for hearing loss to begin is between ages 40 and 55 years.
Sudden or gradual loss of hearing
Ringing or noises in ears (Tinnitus)
History of ear infections
Dissatisfied with present hearing aids
Receiving Ototoxic Medications
Difficulty understanding speech in background noise
Exposed to loud music, power tools, etc.
Family history of hearing disorders
Ask people to repeat themselves
Frustrated because people often seem to mumble