Audiology

The Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Saint Peter's University Hospital offers comprehensive diagnostic and rehabilitative services to children and adults with hearing impairments and disorders resulting from injury, disease or other causes as well as evaluation for vestibular and balance disorders for all age groups ranging from infants to the geriatric population. Diagnostic testing procedures and services are available by appointment.
 
Our licensed audiologist holds a clinical doctoral degree and certificate of clinical competence from the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA).
 
Audiology Therapy services we provide include:

  • Hearing (audiological) evaluation
  • Tympanometry and acoustic reflex
  • Auditory evoked response (ABR/BAER), reflecting the activity levels of the cochlea, auditory nerve and auditory brainstem pathways
  • Auditory steady state response (ASSR), testing the function of the auditory nerve in young children where behavioral testing is inconclusive
  • Otoacoustic emissions testing (OAE) 
  • Hearing aid fitting, programming and dispensing of hearing aids and related devices to suit all types of hearing loss and lifestyles.
                                  

Call 732-937-6026 for more information or to make an appointment. A prescription from your doctor is required for therapy services and a referral may be necessary.  Most insurance accepted.

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