If you find yourself turning up the volume on the television when others seem to have no trouble hearing, chances are you may have a hearing problem. Portage Health’s Hearing Services, also known as Portage Health Audiology, provides hearing healthcare services to patients of all ages. Our goal is to help identify auditory dysfunction and improve the hearing and communicative abilities of our patients through diagnostic evaluation and rehabilitative intervention.
A patient’s initial appointment typically consists of an audiologic assessment to determine the hearing status of the patient and the general health of the patient’s auditory system.
Based on this evaluation, recommendations are made to the patient and/or family regarding options available for improved hearing and communication.
Some insurances (including Medicare) may require a doctor's referral.
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