What Is Audiology?
An audiologist is a professional who specializes in the diagnosis and intervention of disorders of the auditory and vestibular systems of the body. Audiologists have attained either a master's or doctoral degree from an accredited university professional program, have attained state licensure and may carry national certification through ASHA (American Speech-Language and Hearing Association), ABA (American Board of Audiology) or AAA (American Academy of Audiology). Due to the rigorous training audiologists receive, including hundreds of hours of clinical experience prior to licensing, these professionals are uniquely qualified to accurately diagnose disorders of the complex auditory and vestibular systems.
Why Choose Phelps Health?
Phelps Health exclusively employs providers trained in audiology who have advanced experience and training in fitting hearing aids. Patients benefit from practitioners who have a doctoral degree with specific training in amplification, can see patients of all ages and are not tied to a specific hearing aid brand. Phelps Health’s Audiologist Larry Mazzeo, AuD, provides patient counseling and education while working closely with a patient’s primary care doctor to ensure optimal outcomes.
Services We Offer
Hearing evaluations (infant through adult)
Hearing aid selection, fitting, verification, follow-up (including Bluetooth compatible devices)
Custom hearing protection (ear plugs)
Vestibular evaluations (for dizziness, light-headedness, etc.)
Tinnitus (ringing, chirping or roaring in ears)
Central Auditory Processing Disorder testing