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Audiology in Hamilton Township, NJ

Dr. Rajool Dave, Au. D, CCA-A and Karen K. Herring, M.S. CCC-A of Princeton Otolaryngology Associates in Plainsboro, NJ specialize in treating and diagnosing hearing and balance issues. If you or someone you know lives in Hamilton Township has been experiencing issues with their ears, balance, or hearing, our offices will perform a thorough diagnosis of your issue to develop a successful course of treatment.

What Is Audiology?

The words audiology and audio are related because they both come from the same Latin root word for hearing. In the medical profession, audiology is the science of preventing, diagnosing, evaluating and treating disorders related to hearing and balance. At Princeton Otolaryngology Associates, our audiologists will test your hearing, analyze any issues you are having with balance, test for problems relating to how the central auditory system processes sounds and evaluate electrophysiological issues. Our licensed and certified audiologists can prescribe and fit hearing aids as well as design a course of therapy to address balance issues and to help rehabilitate hearing issues.

What Is An Audiologist?

In the medical field, an audiologist is a specialist in the field of diagnosing, interpreting, preventing and treating disorders related to hearing and balance. At Princeton Otolaryngology Associates, our audiologists have a Doctorate or Master’s degree in the field as well as additional certifications to help broaden their skills and education. Our audiologists work hard to stay abreast on all of the latest developments in the field of audiology and have spent many years working in both private practice settings and hospitals. Our audiologists have the training and experience necessary to devise a successful course of treatment for both children and adults of all ages.

Why Should I See An Audiologist?

Many people go to an audiologist for a hearing check as part of their general wellness or to identify potential problems. Audiologists specialize in issues relating to balance because the human body depends on a careful balance of fluids in the inner ear to maintain balance. Audiologists are trained to fit hearing aids and develop therapies to encourage aural rehabilitation.

Why Choose Princeton Otolaryngology Associates For Audiology?

The audiology division of Princeton Otolaryngology Associates is led by Karen K. Herring, M.S. CCC-A and Dr. Rajool Dave, Au. D, CC-A, two professional and experienced doctors who have helped thousands of people in the Hamilton Township area address their hearing issues. When you visit our office, our staff will conduct a series of highly advanced hearing tests so that our audiologists can develop a course of treatment best suited to your personal needs and issues. Karen Herring and Dr. Dave have designed their office to feel warm and comfortable so that all of their patients will feel at ease and relaxed during their visit.

What To Expect During Your Audiology Consultation?

When you visit Princeton Otolaryngology Associates for your consultation, our staff will work with you to develop a thorough understanding of the history of your hearing issues as well as diagnose your current condition. Our staff will work with you to get a full understanding of your current symptoms and what hearing or balance issues concern you. Once we understand the scope and nature of your issues, the audiologists will decide whether further testing is necessary and what is the best course of action to treat your hearing or balance issues.

Because your hearing health is important to Princeton Otolaryngology Associates, we offer private financing via CareCredit® as well as accept a number of different health insurance plans. Our staff is happy to work with patients to set up alternative payment plans if that is more suitable to your budget.

Anyone who has been dealing with hearing issues, problems with their balance, or wants to better understand the current condition of their hearing health in Hamilton Township is encouraged to call Princeton Otolaryngology Associates today to schedule a consultation with our audiologists. Karen Herring and Dr. Dave are more than happy to answer any questions that you may have about what treatment plans are available when you come in for your appointment.

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