Audiology and More: For Your Hearing Health Journey

At Texas ENT Specialists, we prioritize your time and convenience. Now you can treat all of your symptoms in one place our team of qualified, highly-trained audiologists, ear doctors, and support staff. 

An audiologist is a doctor who focuses on preventing, diagnosing, and treating hearing and balance disorders for people of all ages. If you or a loved one is suffering from new or ongoing hearing loss, tinnitus (ringing in the ears) or balance issues, it is time to come meet your friendly, neighborhood audiologist for hearing aids and other specialized treatments.

Experiencing Hearing Loss? You’re Not Alone

  • Do you frequently ask others to repeat themselves?
  • Do you find yourself constantly turning up the volume on the TV, radio, or stereo?
  • Do you find it difficult to follow conversations in crowded rooms or in cars?
  • Do people often seem to be mumbling, making it hard for you to understand them?
  • Do you sometimes discover that you have raised your speaking voice during normal conversation and seem to be almost shouting?
  • Do you want – or need – to sit closer to the front in church, theaters, or auditoriums?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you should have a hearing evaluation from a trusted audiologist as soon as possible, as you may be experiencing symptoms of hearing loss. Testing, evaluation, and diagnosis is the first step to finding relief. You deserve to hear all of life’s most important sounds – and your audiologist at Texas ENT Specialists is here to help.

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You May Be Overdue for a Hearing Test

Did you know that the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association advises adults ages 50 and older to get hearing tests every three years? At any age, a hearing test is important to schedule if you experience changes in your hearing, tinnitus, or pain in the ears. Take control of you hearing health by partnering with an audiologist today.

During your hearing evaluation, the audiologist may: 

  • Look inside your ear canal to identify any potential obstruction, a clinical procedure called otoscopy. 
  • Perform a tympanometry test to measure how well your eardrum moves.
  • Measure your hearing levels in each ear with a pure tone test.
  • Evaluate who well you can hear/understand spoken words with a speech discrimination test.
  • Test how well your inner ears are responding to sound with a bone conduction test.

Your licensed, certified audiologist will also take time to get to know you, your lifestyle, and your hearing health goals. With the baseline understanding of your hearing health provided by testing and consultation with you, you can discuss which treatments could be right for you, including the latest technology in hearing aids. 

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