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Shanni Philp

Shanni Philp

Burlington, ON
Natasha Manji

Natasha Manji

Toronto, ON
Dr. Sina Joorabchi

Dr. Sina Joorabchi

Pembroke Pines, FL
Dr. Mark Hansen

Dr. Mark Hansen

M.S., Au. D
Vancouver, BC

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An audiologist is a health professional who specializes in diagnosing, treating and managing of hearing, tinnitus, balance problems and other related conditions. If you are experiencing hearing loss or other disorders of the auditory or vestibular system portions of the ear, you may visit an audiologist for an assessment. During your appointment, the audiologist may perform a variety of auditory (hearing) and vestibular (balance) tests.

An audiologist is a specialized health professional who focuses on diagnosing, treating, and managing various conditions related to hearing, tinnitus, balance, and other auditory or vestibular system disorders. They play a crucial role in helping individuals with hearing loss or other auditory impairments.

When you visit an audiologist, they will conduct a comprehensive assessment to evaluate your hearing and balance. This assessment may involve a series of tests to measure your hearing sensitivity, determine the type and degree of hearing loss, assess speech comprehension, and evaluate the function of the auditory system. These tests can include pure-tone audiometry, speech audiometry, tympanometry, otoacoustic emissions (OAE) testing, and more.

In addition to assessing hearing, audiologists are also trained to evaluate balance and vestibular disorders. They can perform specialized tests to assess balance function, such as videonystagmography (VNG) or electronystagmography (ENG), to identify any underlying vestibular problems.

Once the assessment is complete, audiologists work with patients to develop individualized treatment plans. This may involve recommending hearing aids, assistive listening devices, or other hearing assistive technology to manage hearing loss. Audiologists can also provide counseling and guidance to help individuals cope with their hearing or balance issues and offer strategies to improve communication and overall quality of life.

Overall, audiologists are highly trained professionals who specialize in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of a wide range of auditory and vestibular conditions. Their expertise and comprehensive approach contribute to helping individuals overcome hearing and balance challenges and improve their overall well-being.

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