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Hearing is one of our most important senses, because it helps us communicate with the world around us. Hearing problems and balance disorders can negatively impact your quality of life, but Affinity Health System wants to make sure that doesn’t happen. Affinity’s Audiology department has locations in Oshkosh, Neenah and Appleton, so expert hearing care is right in your neighborhood.
Areas of Care
Affinity’s Audiology department cares for many types of hearing, balance and ear disorders, including:
- hearing loss
- dizziness or loss of balance
- Meniere’s disease
- other hearing or balance problems.
All Affinity Health System audiologists in Northeast Wisconsin hold a master’s or doctoral degree and have special training to help people with hearing, balance and related ear problems. We can do hearing tests on patients of all ages, even newborns.
Affinity audiologists also benefit from a close working relationship with other Affinity specialists, including primary care doctors, pediatricians, neonatologists, neurologists, otolaryngologists (ear, nose and throat doctors) and speech language pathologists. This network of experts allows us to offer our patients well-rounded hearing and balance care.
Technology Plus Knowledge
Affinity audiologists use technology including audiometers, computers and other testing devices to determine how your hearing or balance problem impacts your daily life. They’ll conduct a hearing test, then interpret the results and recommend the best course of treatment.
Affinity’s combination of technology, experience and compassion means you’ll get the best possible hearing care. Our audiologists will coordinate efforts with other health care or educational professionals to meet your individual needs.
Tests and Procedures
- evaluate infants, children and adults for all types of ear and hearing problems
- conduct hearing tests
- perform balance and dizziness assessments
- educate consumers and professionals about how to prevent hearing loss
- select and fit patients with state-of-the-art hearing aids and assistive listening devices
- counsel patients about how to prevent hearing loss due to industrial or recreational reasons
- participate in screening programs for infants, children and adults
The Audiology department can also assess balance and dizziness using videoelectronystagmography (VENG). The test results help determine the best way to alleviate your dizziness.
Call for more information:
Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.