Complete Hearing Exams Offered by Doctors of Audiology in South Pasadena/St. Petersburg, Florida

A Doctor of Audiology is the most qualified person to help you with your hearing loss! There are several factors that can play a role in determining the best treatment option for you – degree of hearing loss, type of hearing loss, and even level of independence and dexterity. No matter what your case history may be, the first step to better hearing is have a complete and proper hearing test done.  

Believe it or not, sometimes one ear can “help” the other ear to hear better! Once testing begins, a Doctor of Audiology can see whether or not results are accurate, and can adjust the testing parameters accordingly. If test results are not accurate, hearing loss cannot be effectively treated. Results from your hearing test play a big part in programming your hearing aids, and properly programmed hearing aids play a big part in your success!  

Based on the results of your hearing test, a Doctor of Audiology can give you the best recommendations on how to move forward. Sometimes results can warrant a referral for a medical evaluation, done by an ENT – or Ear, Nose, and Throat doctor. When this is the case, the ENT can help to determine if there is a medical cause for your hearing loss.  

Gardner Audiology, with a location in South Pasadena/St. Petersburg, FL, has Doctors of Audiology on staff! All Doctors have active Florida licensure, and degrees from accredited universities. If you are in need of a hearing test, please contact Gardner Audiology in South Pasadena/St. Petersburg, FL at 1-800-277-1182,  Visit  or to schedule an appointment. 

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