At Lone Mountain Audiology & Hearing, we understand that hearing loss can be a difficult and isolating experience, which is why we are dedicated to providing our patients with the support and care they need to improve their hearing and communication abilities. One of the most important steps in addressing hearing loss is a comprehensive hearing evaluation.
A hearing evaluation is a comprehensive assessment of your hearing ability that helps our audiologists determine the type, degree, and configuration of your hearing loss. It also helps them identify any underlying medical conditions that may be contributing to your hearing loss. This information is crucial in developing an effective treatment plan to improve your hearing and communication abilities.
A hearing evaluation typically includes several different tests and procedures, including a case history, physical examination, and a variety of pure-tone and speech audiometry tests. These tests help our audiologists determine the type and severity of your hearing loss and identify any areas of difficulty.
Once the evaluation is complete, our audiologists will discuss the results with you and develop a treatment plan to help you improve your hearing and communication abilities.