It is estimated that more than 20 million people living in the United States suffer from hearing loss. It has been proven to be true that individuals who suffer from hearing loss have difficulty with social adjustment, speech and language skills, and learning progress, as well as having psychological problems. Most hearing problems can be resolved with medical treatment and aural rehabilitation. The primary care setting is ideally suited for early and early detection of the problem because people frequently visit these types of healthcare providers: pediatricians, family practitioners, general practitioners, speech-language pathologists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, public health personnel, school health nurses, and volunteers. The best way to improve outcomes is to use a simple, fast, and accurate method of hearing screening and early detection coupled with the appropriate referral.
We offer a variety of quality audiometers, tympanometry equipment, IPSI reflexes, and pure tone audiometers that are ideal for physician's offices or other health care facilities to utilize.