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Frustrating. Many people say that's what it's like to live with hearing loss. A hearing problem can make it hard to talk with family and friends. Without treatment, hearing loss can even lead to loneliness and depression.

That's why it's important to tell your doctor if you're having trouble hearing well—and to know that you have somewhere to turn. At our University Health Audiology Clinic, we can be your first step to better hearing.

Receive a comprehensive hearing test in our audiology clinic

Hearing loss is often related to aging and exposure to loud noises, but it can sometimes have easily treatable causes, like earwax buildup.

To find out what's causing your symptoms, we can provide a complete diagnostic hearing evaluation. We use advanced diagnostics to evaluate the type and degree of hearing loss in each ear.

A hearing evaluation generally takes about 30 minutes.

How we can help improve your hearing

Our audiologist will interpret the findings from your hearing test and recommend further treatment, if needed. If you would benefit from a hearing aid, we can give you a prescription you can take to a hearing aid dealer. We do not provide hearing aids in the audiology clinic.

Some types of hearing loss that we diagnose may need further evaluation by an otolaryngologist. In those cases, we work directly with the University Health Ear, Nose and Throat Clinic, so you can be seen there, if needed. This visit may even take place on the same day as your hearing test in our clinic.

Together, our audiology and ENT (ear, nose and throat) clinics are committed to helping you achieve improved hearing.

How to make an audiology appointment

You will need a referral from your doctor to see an audiologist. To schedule an appointment, please call 816.404.4365.