No matter where you live in Oklahoma or the surrounding region, when you or your loved ones of any age need evaluation or assistance with hearing, balance or conditions related to sound sensitivity, dizziness, hearing loss or language processing, you can get expert care from audiologists at OU Health in Oklahoma City.

Comprehensive Diagnostic Audiology

Take advantage of the full spectrum of diagnostic audiology services and treatment options for hearing care at OU Health. You’ll work with specialists who determine the possibility of hearing loss and the extent of hearing impairment. They also help identify the underlying cause of a hearing disorder through both conventional audiometric testing and advanced diagnostic procedures such as:

  • Conditioned play audiometry (CPA) – Evaluates hearing sensitivity in adults living with disability or developmental delays
  • Electrophysiology, including natural-sleep brainstem auditory evoked response (BAER) and distortion product otoacoustic emissions (DOAE)
  • Functional gain testing – Helps meet requirements for employment in many fields, including the federal marshal service and others
  • Immittance audiometry, including tympanometry, acoustic reflex thresholds and acoustic reflex decay
  • Visual reinforcement audiometry (VRA) – Evaluates hearing sensitivity in adults who live with developmental delays or disability, as well as in infants and young children
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Balance Assessment Program

Small vestibular organs within the ear can affect the ability to maintain balance and avoid falls. If you experience dizziness, frequent falls or trouble maintaining balance, OU Health audiologists can provide an expert evaluation with recommendations to treat or prevent vestibular balance disorders and related conditions. Testing for all five of the vestibular organs can be performed in your comprehensive assesment using:

If you experience benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), your treatment options through OU Health may include:

After an assessment or any type of diagnostic testing, you and your audiology team develop an individualized care plan to address your particular condition.

Advanced Audiology Services & Treatments

At any time or any age, you or your loved ones may experience hearing loss that can affect many aspects of your health and quality of life. Depending on your specific situation, you and your care team may choose from a wide range of expert OU Health audiology services and treatments, including:

  • Annual hearing screenings to meet OSHA safety requirements
  • Bone-anchored hearing aid (BAHA) – Used when in-the-ear or behind-the-ear hearing aids are not appropriate; based on bone conduction technology
  • Cochlear implant (CI) – Replaces acoustic hearing process with electrical signals to directly stimulate the auditory nerve and create a modified sense of sound
  • Hearing protection options for many common work/life situations
  • Swimming-related ear plugs

Hearing Aids & Assistance Listening Devices

You also may benefit from our services designed to address your specific hearing impairment, which may involve evaluation, selection and fitting for hearing aids or assistive listening devices. In addition, you and your care team may work in collaboration with hearing health programs through the Veterans Administration or the Senior Citizens Hearing Aid Program.

Your Expert Audiology Care Team

Your expert OU Health audiology care team may involve a wide range of highly trained and licensed healthcare specialists, including audiologists, otolaryngologists and more.

OU Health audiologists and care team members bring extensive knowledge, skill and experience to their work with you and your loved ones as you collaborate to develop an accurate diagnosis and an effective treatment plan designed for your specific situation.