What is an Audiologist?

Audiologists focus on helping people with hearing and balance problems. They perform diagnostic tests such as hearing and balance tests and analyze the test results. They explain how hearing loss and hearing damage occurs as well as the long-term effects of hearing loss.

Our Doctors of Audiology will work with you to recommend, fit and fine tune hearing aids that meet your unique hearing needs. Audiologists are experts at evaluating, testing, fitting and servicing hearing aids and other assistive listening devices.

What is an ENT?

An Otolaryngologist or an ENT (ear, nose, and throat) Doctor is a Physician trained in the medical and surgical management and treatment of patients with disorders of the ear, nose and throat. They diagnose and managing diseases of the sinuses, larynx (voice box), oral cavity, and upper pharynx (mouth and throat), as well as structures of the neck and face. Otolaryngologists see both children and adults.

Why We’re Different

All of our Audiologists hold the highest credentials an Audiologist can obtain. Our expertise is measured by our commitment to our patients. We meet and exceed standards for continuing education units to keep up with an evolving profession. We attend seminars and trainings to better apply our knowledge and expertise towards technology updates. We understand that each and every patient is unique. We strive to meet and exceed patient expectations by creating a customized hearing solution for each and every patient.

Fairfax Hearing Center has a unique partnership with the Physicians at Fairfax ENT and Facial Plastic Surgery (located on the 3rd floor). The Physician – Audiologist partnership allows you to have the utmost comfort and confidence, as we’re able to provide unsurpassed patient care within our building. We communicate with each other to ensure that you are constantly receiving the best treatment for your hearing needs.

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