What is an audiologist?
Audiologists are highly trained healthcare professionals that hold a Master's or Doctoral degree in Audiology from an accredited university. They are the only professionals trained and licensed to specifically identify, evaluate, diagnose and treat non-medical hearing and balance disorders for all ages.
By virtue of their graduate education, professional certification and licensure, Audiologists are the most qualified professionals to perform hearing tests. Audiologists conduct a wide variety of tests to determine the exact nature of an individual's hearing problem and present a range of treatment options for these patients.
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Hearing Specialists of Oneida
221 Broad Street, Suite 201
Oneida, NY 13421
We provide a full range of diagnostic audiology services, for adult and pediatric patients. We are the only physician-directed audiology clinic in the area, with a state licensed, and nationally accredited audiologist. Our office provides exceptional hearing and balance services that can be seamlessly followed by comprehensive medical care.
Our Staff Includes:
David Gordon - PhD, MD, Board Certified Otolaryngologist
Stephen Dubin - MD, Board Certified Otolaryngologist
Kerrie Nesbitt - AuD, Doctor of Audiology
Rebecca Falk - AuD, Doctor of Audiology
Did you know...
Hearing loss is the third most common chronic ailment among older adults. The reality for many patients is that hearing loss is permanent and when left untreated quality of life beings to suffer. The longer hearing loss goes untreated, the more limited treatment options become. Addressing and treating hearing loss restores self confidence, security, and independence. Not only does it improve your own quality of life, it also provides peace of mind for you and your family.
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- Adult & Pediatric Diagnostic Services
- Rehabilitative Audiology Services
How's your hearing?
- Do you hear sounds but have trouble understanding words?
- Do you struggle to follow conversation in a noisy environment, such as a restaurant?
- Do others complain that the volume is too loud when you are watching television or listening to the radio?
- Do people seem to mumble?
- Do you find yourself asking people to repeat themselves?
If any of these apply to your hearing situation, take the first step and have your hearing evaluated by an audiologist.