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Audiology is a specialized department for auditory conditions including hearing loss, tinnitus, and body balancing difficulty. Audiologists are the healthcare experts with a country-specific license for recommending hearing treatment to the patient. Patients or patient caregivers consult with certified audiologists for treatment advice related to auditory issues. Audiologists recommend treatment modalities applicable to individual patients by considering patient-specific factors like age, symptoms, etc. He also advises preventive measures to avoid complications such as protecting from hearing loss. Audiologists usually deal with all age group patients, starting from newborns to the elderly. But some Audiologists are practicing for specific age groups or specific hearing-related problems.    

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Avery

Dr. Ashley Avery

Finger Lakes United Cerebral Palsy, Inc.
5415 N Bloomfield Rd
Canandaigua, NY, 14424-7964, USA

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Honadle

Dr. Elizabeth Honadle

Finger Lakes United Cerebral Palsy, Inc.
5415 N Bloomfield Rd
Canandaigua, NY, 14424-7964, USA

Audiology

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Graham

Dr. Kaitlin Graham

Finger Lakes United Cerebral Palsy, Inc.
5415 N Bloomfield Rd
Canandaigua, NY, 14424-7964, USA

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Helfer

Dr. Paige Helfer


229 Parrish St
Canandaigua, NY, 144241791, USA

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Deciding on these is always tough since it's never easy to find a good audiologist. The process is time taking and the final call should be taken after a lot of considerations such as how much experience does the audiologist holds? Are they board certified in Audiology? What do the patients have to say about their services? Are the treatment options effective? And how much they charge? However, you can do these and more to find out the best audiologist near you and also book an appointment on HealthSoul.

What to expect at an Audiology appointment?  

Following are different steps followed to evaluate the audiology issue of an affected person:

Evaluation of Medical history

  • A thorough evaluation of medical history is important to assess the cause of hearing loss. Therefore, audiologists may ask the following questions:
  • Any congenital problem or serious disease history in childhood or adolescent age which may have an impact on hearing at the latter half of the life
  • Exposure to excessive noise at the workplace, or recreational purpose
  • Occupational history like work for arm force
  • Medication intake history
  • Past surgical intervention  
  • Evaluation of family history for identification of hereditary anomalies, which causes hearing loss

Physical examination of the outer ear and eardrum

Audiologists use otoscope or video otoscope for examining the outer ear and eardrum. The audiologist can examine the ear for analyzing the damage of ear, traumatic injury, and chronic infection by using Q-tips (cotton applicators). The audiologist also examines the eardrum and ear canal visually. Sometimes earwax accumulation in the ear canal causes difficulty in hearing.

AudiologicalEvaluation

Depending upon the findings of the patient's history and a visual examination of the outer ear, then a series of hearing tests are performed by the audiologist. AudiologicalEvaluation is an extended process, but the following are some common audiologicalevaluation assessment:

  • Middle ear assessment can be done through tympanometry.  
  • Air conduction and bone conduction tests for determining the type and intensity of hearing loss.
  • Speech recognition and speech threshold tests to determine the complex signals barrier
  • Brainstem auditory evoked response (BAER), otoacoustic emissions, and balance testing are special tests of auditory function.


FAQs about Audiologist in Canandaigua

You can check the profile of Audiologist in Canandaigua from list above, most of them are accepting new patients.

There are many website to look for Audiologist reviews like Google, Facebook, HealthSoul.

The best way to find out is call the doctor office directly about insurance acceptance. Even one insurance may offer different products and coverage can be different for each individual. You can check the website of your insurance company if the Audiologist chosen by you is in network or not.

There are a few things you must remember while visiting a Audiologist in Canandaigua: Always bring a list of your current medications, a list of Doctors you visit, your medical history, your family’s medical history, and a list of questions you have about your condition.

Most Audiologist in Canandaigua are available from 8am to 5pm in office and there is always somebody available 24/7 for emergencies. Please call the office to check the availability of a particular doctor.

There are many factors when considering best Audiologist in Canandaigua. These included experience, education, certifications, Audiologist reviews. Some of the best Audiologist in Canandaigua can be seen from the list above based on the patient feedback.

More Questions

Audiologists do not perform surgery or prescribe medicines. They can refer you to a specialist or surgeon. They can recommend over the counter medicines. They can fit and dispense hearing aids.

A hearing aid is a medical device that helps to bring loudness within a comfortable level so that the patient can hear properly. There is no chance for more hearing damage. Medical researchers have proved that using hearing aid activates the sensory cells of the inner ear, which helps to understand the speech.

Yes. The continuous medical advancement brings different types of advanced hearing aids. Patients who had a bad experience of adjusting hearing aid, they can consult with an audiologist for the right selection of hearing aids. Some hearing aids are very small in size named as called open-canal or open-fitting BTEs. This type of medical device is almost invisible, and patients easily adjust this instrument. Some patients may not be satisfied with the fitting of the hearing aids, but depending upon the particular candidacy, the audiologist can assess the require fitting and the power requirement for the individual patient.

A hearing aid is a delicate instrument that needs regular maintenance. Ear wax or moisture content often damages a hearing aid. Manufacturing companies or some audiology service centers can repair the device. You need to maintain a routine visit to your audiologist for ensuring the proper functioning of your hearing aid. You also need to perform yearly hearing tests to assure the recommended hearing aid is suitable to manage your hearing issue. Worsening of the condition may need high power hearing aids. The manufacturing companies have different warranty and servicing plans on different products. Talk with your audiologist about warranty and servicing services.

Two available treatment modalities can reduce background noise. Dual or directional microphone technology attached in hearing aid allows us to turn off the back microphone when the interference of background noise causes disturbance to hear speech. Much modern hearing aid also has an automatic selection program that suitably matches the listening environment. Another option is using 100% digital hearing aids to improve communication in the presence of background noise.

If you are concern about your hearing problem and fear about loss of hearing, then one important point is hearing loss gradually comes. Usually, people around you may notice your hearing issue first then you could realize it. Most of the time, affected people sick for medical treatment after seven years of hearing loss issue. If you have experienced the following symptoms better to consult an audiologist near you: • You are not able to hear other's speech • You are repeatedly asking people to speak again what they said • You are imitating others, but unable to hear the spoken words during an assembly or other occasions. • You feel other people around you are mumbling • You need to ask your fellow partner about the details of the meeting though you also attained the same • You raise TV or radio volume, which disturbed other family members, or partners. • You missed phone calls because you cannot hear them. • You try for lip-reading instead of hearing the words to understand their talk • You are indifferent during too much noise around yourself • You unable to listen the nature's sound like blowing leaves, chirping birds • You continuously hear ringing sounds in your years, especially in a quiet environment.

The audiology tests (otoscopy, audiometry and tympanometry) typically takes about 30 minutes.

Following are some audiology services: • Audiologic evaluations • Hearing diagnostic test • Consultation and fitting of hearing aid • Hearing aid maintenance and repairing service • Aural rehabilitation • Detection of hearing loss of Pediatric patients and their treatment • Prevention and protection of hearing loss • Earmold and earplug fitting and consultation • Tinnitus treatment • Body balancing and dizziness evaluation and treatment • Auditory treatment and hearing rehabilitation • Evaluation of cochlear implant candidacy and arrange implantation program

There are three types of tests performed by audiologists: Otoscopy (to check ear drum for wax or blockage), Audiometry (to check for hearing), Tympanometry (to check middle ear for infection).

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