The doctors of Intermountain Medical Center’s Audiology Clinic are here to provide you with hearing tests, hearing screenings, hearing aid fittings and follow-up, and intraoperative surgical nerve monitoring. We treat patients who have hearing loss, difficulty understanding conversation, tinnitus, dizziness, wax obstruction, and sudden hearing loss, and patients who need or have questions about hearing aids.
Our doctors of audiology use state-of-the-art equipment, the latest technological updates, and best clinical practices to improve the quality of life of everyone we serve.
- Hearing Aids
- Hearing Loss
- Noise-induced hearing loss
- BPPV (Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo)
- Acoustic Neuroma
- Hearing protection: custom and standard
- ENOG (Electroneuronography)
- Intraoperative Monitoring
More Services That We Offer
Comprehensive Audiometric Exams
This service consists of a complete hearing threshold finding across the entire hearing frequency range. It will determine the amount and type of hearing loss. It includes other tests that measure hearing in quiet and noisy backgrounds to determine how well an individual hears spoken language. Tympanometry, a test that evaluates the ear drum and middle ear space, may also be performed.
Hearing Aid Fitting and Services
When hearing aids are purchased from our clinic, we’ll provide service (including cleanings and adjustments) for the life of the hearing aid, even after the warranty expires). We want to make sure our patients benefit as much as possible from their investment in better hearing.
Assistive Listening Device Fitting
There are many devices in addition to a hearing aid that will assist in everyday communication for those with hearing problems. These devices can work when you’re on the telephone, watching television, at a movie theater, at church, etc. There are also other devices that can help you hear doorbells and alarm clocks.
We can make earmolds for almost any need available. This includes earmolds for hearing aids, iPod use, hearing protection (for hunting, concerts, and other loud environments), and musician’s earmolds. Some earmolds can be made in-house for a lower cost.