Hearing & Balance
In Hearing and Balance, our team of audiologists provide personalized care for you and your family by addressing your hearing and balance needs. Approximately 20% of Americans experience hearing loss, and recent estimates show that rates of hearing loss will almost double in the future. Hearing loss can lead to feelings of isolation, sadness, and frustration. Balance problems can make you feel as if the room is spinning, feel lightheaded, dizzy or unsteady, and can increase your risk of falling.
Hearing and Balance provides thorough hearing testing in order to recommend the right hearing aids for improved communication. Hearing aids are fitted using Real Ear technology, which personalizes specific life and communication needs. We offer balance testing and therapy to reduce dizziness, lightheadedness, or risk of falls. In addition to Hearing and Balance services, specialized services are provided in the Pediatric Audiology division and Cochlear Implant division. All USU audiology clinics are staffed by expert licensed and certified audiologists who train university graduate students.
- Hearing testing
- Hearing aid fitting, programming, and repairs
- Hearing accessories
- Assistive hearing technology
- Custom hearing protection
- Tinnitus evaluation and treatment
- Full balance evaluations
- Rotary Chair
Our clinic accepts most insurance plans. A sliding fee scale according to the client’s income and the number of persons living in the household is available for services. A payment plan can be arranged with the billing specialist for hearing aids.
The following are licensed audiologists who provide direct services to clients and supervise Audiology students.