Services at DC Audiology

Audiology is a healthcare profession concerned with the study of both normal and disordered hearing. The profession evolved from closely related fields such as speech-language pathology, medicine, special education, psychology, and hearing instrumentation. The term Audiology, in the most literal sense, refers to the science of hearing.

DC Audiology is here to provide the greater Washington DC area with the following services and beyond.

Hearing Evaluations

This is a thorough assessment of hearing, speech understanding, and auditory function. Exam results and recommendations will be provided immediately, at the end of the test session. Patients will always have time for additional questions or concerns.

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Hearing Aid Evaluations

A hearing aid needs assessment will be administered to determine the appropriate style of hearing aid and level of technology based on the patient's listening needs, lifestyle, and budget.

Hearing aid styles

Hearing Aid Fitting and Programming

This consists of custom hearing aid programming tailored to the patient's individual hearing loss and listening preferences.

Hearing aid programming Washington DC

Hearing Aid Cleaning, Repair, & Troubleshooting

This includes basic in-house repairs and maintenance to restore function to dead or weak devices. If necessary the devices are sent to the manufacturer for repair and typically returned in 2 to 5 business days. These services are always free of charge for hearing aids that are under warranty and were purchased from DC Audiology.

Hearing aid charging

Custom Earplugs and Earmolds

Ear impressions are taken for the order of custom ear plugs for noise reduction or earmolds for behind-the-ear style hearing aids.

Woman with custom earplug

We also provide a series of specialty services not found in most hearing healthcare practices; read below for more information:

Vestibular Evaluations

Videonystagmography (VNG) test battery is used to diagnose or rule out the underlying cause of a patient's dizziness or vertigo. Tests include assessment of a patient's ability to maintain balance in various conditions, measurement of eye tracking ability using infrared googles, placement in various positions to determine if vertigo is induced, and use of warm and cool air in the ears to stimulate the balance system in the inner ear.

Canalith Repositioning (Epley Maneuver)

This is used to treat benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV); the most common cause of episodic vertigo.

Cerumen (Ear Wax) Removal

This service is performed if deemed necessary (and if possible) to be able to move forward with testing. More difficult cerumen impaction may require removal by the ENT.

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2440 M Street, NW Suite 606
Washington, DC 20037

(202) 785-8300
Open M-F: 8:00am – 5:00pm
(Closed 12:00pm – 1:00pm)

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