Contact Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology:
A baby’s cry. Rain pattering on your roof. Music playing on the radio. Often we take sounds for granted, and it’s not until you begin to lose your hearing that you realize what it is you’re missing.
Divine Savior Healthcare understands how frustrating losing your hearing can be, which is why we have the best options for hearing testing and hearing aid services. We offer comprehensive services including diagnostic testing, rehabilitation and hearing loss prevention.
Our audiologists all have Doctorates in Audiology and have passed years of education and training in order to completely understand the hearing mechanism, hearing aids, balance disorders and tinnitus. We work with you, attending all medical aspects of any hearing concern. If you end up needing a hearing aid, rest assured you will be fitted for one that is perfect and tailored to you and your needs.
Our audiologists see infants, toddlers, teens and adults of all ages. Testing ranges from newborn hearing screenings through complete diagnostic evaluations. We encourage you to make an appointment with audiology if you or your family members are experiencing any of the following conditions:
- You have been previously diagnosed with a hearing disorder but are receiving treatment further away.
- You are in need of a new hearing device.
- Your current device fits improperly or is working poorly.
- You or someone close to you has concerns about changes in hearing.
- You have issues with balance, dizziness or vertigo.
- You are experiencing ringing in the ears (tinnitus).
- You would like information on our hearing conservation programs.
If you have specific questions or would like to schedule a consultation with an audiologist, call (608) 745-6290. We also offer a Quick Audiology Test that you can take online or print one for a loved one who can then take it to their treating physician.
How to protect your ears:
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- Wear hearing protection, such as earmuffs or earplugs.
- Do not listen to loud songs for too long.
- Lower the level of sound.