The audiology department at WVU Medicine ENT- Berkeley provides comprehensive diagnostic testing to evaluate, diagnosis, and manage hearing and balance disorders. Our experienced team of audiologists holds a Doctorate of Audiology (Au.D.) degree, Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, and are licensed to practice in the state of West Virginia.
Our audiologists work with the practice’s physicians and advanced practice providers to deliver the highest quality patient care for adult and pediatric patients experiencing hearing and balance problems.
Conditions We Assess
We evaluate hearing concerns related to a number of conditions, including:
- Ear canal blockage
- Head injuries
- Hearing loss
- Outer, middle, and inner ear disorders
- Swimmer’s ear
- Vestibular dysfunction
Treatments and Services
WVU Medicine audiologists will perform a series of diagnostic tests to measure your ability to hear and process sound. It is our goal to work alongside you to determine the most beneficial treatment to help maximize your hearing and reduce the impact of communication difficulties. Based on your hearing loss and the health of your ear, treatment may include hearing aids, cochlear implants, or assistive communication devices.
Locations and Contact Information
WVU Medicine Ear, Nose and Throat – Berkeley
Operated by WVU Medicine University Healthcare Physicians