Help for hearing and balance disorders
Hearing loss is a problem that many people experience. It can happen at any age but is most common as people grow older.
Audiologists at UW Health specialize in preventing, identifying and assessing hearing problems. We work closely with ear, nose and throat doctors. They treat medical conditions that cause hearing loss. We focus on nonmedical treatments of hearing disorders. We also evaluate and treat people with balance disorders.
Conditions and tests
Guiding your path to better hearing
We offer a wide variety of tests and services for hearing disorders. Your ears play a vital role in balance, and we evaluate balance and dizziness issues too. We use the most advanced equipment and give you individualized attention.
Conditions we treat
Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo
Dizziness and balance disorders
Testing and evaluation
We do several tests for hearing and balance issues.
Hearing tests we offer include:
Auditory evoked potential testing
Comprehensive audiological evaluations
Neurodiagnostic auditory-evoked potential testing:
Auditory brainstem response
Auditory steady-state response
Otoacoustic emissions testing:
Our balance tests and evaluations include:
Balance disorder analysis
Vestibular evoked myogenic potential
Comprehensive balance system evaluation for vertigo or dizziness
Restoring your hearing, returning your balance
We offer many treatments to improve your hearing and balance.
Treatments for hearing loss
Our hearing loss treatments and services include:
Amplification (nonsurgical rehabilitation)
Bone-anchored hearing aids
Hearing aid accessories
Hearing aid repair service
Hearing protection devices
Patient monitoring during inner-ear surgery
Treatments for balance disorders
Treatments we offer for balance problems include:
Benign positional vertigo therapy
Canalith repositioning therapy
Meet our team
Here to help you hear and steady your steps
Our audiology team is highly trained and has years of experience. They make sure you get the best possible care. If needed, they will refer you to one of our ear, nose and throat specialists.
Finding solutions that make life better
We have audiology clinics for adults and children in Madison, Wis. and Rockford, Ill.
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We have several resources to help you learn more about hearing and audiology:
Audiology information and self-care tips
You can get more information about our work and taking care of your hearing by visiting:
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