What Is Audiology?

Audiologists and audiometrists are experts in the discipline of audiology, which is the science of hearing, balance, and associated problems.

Health specialists that specialize in treating hearing and balance issues are known as audiologists. Patients of all ages are served by them. They fit protective, assistive, and hearing aid devices for their patients as well as provide education on the impact of noise on hearing. Additionally, they might conduct study on tinnitus, hearing loss, and problems with the balancing system.

Audiologists are trained in anatomy and physiology, hearing aids, cochlear implants, electrophysiology, acoustics, psychophysics and psychoacoustics, neurology, vestibular function and assessment, balance disorders, counseling and communication options such as sign language.

What Does an Audiologist Treat?

Audiologists can treat practically all forms of hearing loss and symptoms associated with vestibular disorders. Many hearing and balance disorders are treated and managed by audiologists, including:

  • Loss of hearing in the senses.
  • Stealth Hearing Loss.
  • Genetic Hearing Loss that Is Not Syndromic.
  • Hereditary Syndromic Hearing Loss.
  • Congenital infection with the Cytomegalovirus (CMV).
  • Loss of Hearing Caused by Noise.
  • Disorders of the Auditory Process.
  • Ototoxicity.
  • Symptoms including vertigo, dizziness, and tinnitus.

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