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Audiology services in the Speech and Audiology Department include testing, evaluation and therapy programs designed to improve the hearing abilities of patients of all ages. The highly experienced audiologists of Lima Memorial Rehabilitation all have doctorates (AuD or PhD) or master's degrees in the field, and offer the best care available for the diagnosis and treatment of hearing, speech and balance disorders.

Audiology Services 

  • Comprehensive diagnostic hearing evaluations for children and adults to determine type and degree of hearing loss
  • Hearing aid consultations, fitting, and dispensing: Wide range of hearing aid styles and technologies to best fit your needs
  • Neurodiagnostic evaluation (ABR)
  • Videonystagmography (VNG) test of inner ear balance and central motor functions in collaboration with vestibular physical therapy for a comprehensive evaluation.
  • Tinnitus Evaluationto assess and treat individuals with tinnitus (noise in the ear, such as ringing)

How do you know if you might have a hearing problem?

Here are ten symptoms that indicate hearing loss:

  1. If you have problems hearing over the phone
  2. If it's hard to follow a conversation when two or more people talk at same time
  3. If people complain that the television volume is too high
  4. If you have to strain to understand conversations
  5. If you have trouble hearing in a noisy background
  6. If you keep asking people to repeat themselves
  7. If it seems that many other people are mumbling or not speaking clearly
  8. If you often misunderstand what others are saying and respond inappropriately
  9. If you have trouble understanding what women and children are saying
  10. If people around you get annoyed because you don't understand what they're saying

For more information about hearing and hearing loss, visit the National Institute of Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or Medline Plus.

To learn more, call Audiology at 419-226-5070.

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