Much progress has been made recently to help those who suffer with the isolating effects of hearing loss. New technologies, such as the cochlear implant, give the deaf—even those who may not have had hearing from birth—the opportunity to enjoy the everyday sounds of life.

Similarly, trouble speaking clearly can prevent a person from fully communicating with family and friends.

Our licensed and certified audiologists and speech/language pathologists work with other WVU doctors to provide the highest quality patient care. With our help, you can achieve a level of communicating that will enrich your life to the fullest.