Northeast Alabama Audiology

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Update: COVID-19 Health Advisory

As more information about the coronavirus has become available, we believe it is important to inform our patients on best practices to keep yourselves and your family members safe.

Please refer to this fact sheet from the CDC that outlines what you need to know about the coronavirus.

Please be aware that our office is taking precautions to prevent against this disease. If you or someone you have been in contact with is at risk or has shown any symptoms of the coronavirus, we ask that you please contact us to reschedule your appointment.

Welcome to Northeast Alabama Audiology

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    At Northeast Alabama Audiology, we provide comprehensive hearing healthcare to the residents of Etowah County and the surrounding areas. Hearing is part of your senses, and when you can’t hear well you miss out on some of the joyous sounds of life, such as the voices of loved ones. Our audiologist is trained in the diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss and can help you achieve better hearing with hearing aids. Everyone deserves better hearing, which is why we provide affordable and quality hearing healthcare at Northeast Alabama Audiology.

    We are a privately owned clinic that is part of an ENT (ear, nose, and throat specialist) office. By being associated with an ENT we are able to provide even more services to our patients and give you the extensive care you need. If you can’t hear the sounds you love anymore because of hearing loss, make an appointment today at Northeast Alabama Audiology, so we can help you hear your best and enjoy life again.

What Makes Us Different?

Northeast Alabama Audiology is connected to an ENT practice, so we are able to provide comprehensive hearing care to all of our patients. Being connected to an ENT practice means we can better help our patients with any type of hearing loss. If you have a hearing problem that we can’t treat, such as a condition that needs medical intervention, then we can refer you to one of our ENTs who will be able to properly diagnose and treat you. Unlike other audiologists or hearing aid practices, we perform diagnostic testing for vertigo and balance disorders. By partnering with an ENT, we are able to keep our prices lower. We offer affordable hearing testing and hearing aids at a price our patients are comfortable with.

What to Expect at Your First Appointment

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When you arrive for your first appointment you will be greeted by our friendly front office staff. You’ll be asked to fill out some paperwork, providing us with your medical history and some general information. We encourage you to bring a friend or family member with you to your appointment. That way you can have someone else listening with you and they can help you retain all the information. After you’ve filled out all your paperwork, our audiologist will come out and greet you, and take you back to the testing area where she will conduct the hearing evaluation.

  1. Our audiologist will begin with a conversation. She will get to know you by going over your intake form and asking you questions about your health and hearing loss. She will explain how the hearing test is conducted and will answer any of your questions.
  2. After a short conversation, then we will begin the hearing evaluation. Using different diagnostic tests we will determine the type and degree of hearing loss (if any) you have.
  3. Once the hearing evaluation is completed then we will go over your audiogram, a visual representation of your test results, and explain what the results mean. If you have any questions our audiologist will happily answer them.
  4. If you decide you want to move forward with hearing aids then we will go over your options and our audiologist will make a recommendation based on the severity of your hearing loss, your lifestyle, and budget.
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