Hearing & Balance (Audiology)

Audiology rehabilitation provides comprehensive evaluation and rehabilitation of balance and orientation disorders. Rehabilitative services such as hearing aids, hearing-assistive technology and balance rehabilitation are provided with the goal of helping each patient lead a full, productive life.

Hearing and Balance Services

Hearing and Balance programs specialize in identifying, diagnosing, treating and monitoring disorders of the auditory (hearing) and vestibular (parts of the inner ear involved with balance) systems.

You’ll receive outstanding care from our team, led by an audiologist—a specialist in hearing balance and ear problems. You are evaluated for symptoms of hearing loss and other auditory, balance, and related sensory and neural problems.

We use advanced diagnostic technology, including audiometers, computers and other testing devices, to determine the extent of your hearing loss or balance loss and its impact on your daily life. Based on your test results, you receive a diagnosis and recommendations for the most appropriate course of treatment–often without surgery.

We provide treatment for a wide range of conditions related to hearing or balance, including:

  • Simple hearing loss (reversible)
  • Nerve-based hearing loss
  • Fluid in the ears
  • Chronic ear disease
  • Congenital hearing loss and trauma
  • Motion sickness
  • Vertigo (the feeling that you are spinning or moving, or the world is spinning around you)
  • Viral balance disorders
  • Meniere’s disease (inner ear disorder that causes dizziness, ringing in the ears (tinnitus), hearing loss and feeling of fullness in the ear)

Offered through:  Miami Valley Hospital, Upper Valley Medical Center

Vestibular and Balance Program

While chronic dizziness may be a condition that people just had to live with in the past, a unique collaborative approach to diagnosis and treatment is now available to provide help.

The Vestibular and Balance Program has all the services needed to help patients with dizziness and balance problems get back on their feet.  The program combines the knowledge of the medical arena through ear, nose and throat specialists with the diagnostic efforts of an audiologist and treatment available through a physical therapist.

Offered through:  Miami Valley Hospital, Atrium Medical Center, Upper Valley Medical Center

Content Updated: July 17, 2018

These Premier Health locations offer Rehabilitation Services.
Each location may offer different or additional services, so contact a location below to learn more about the specific services they offer.
450 N. Hyatt St. Suite 102 Tipp City, OH  45371
1244 Meadow Bridge Dr. Beavercreek, OH  45434
4940 Cottonville Rd. Jamestown, OH  45335
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