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Comprehensive audiology and hearing aid services for all ages

The Casa Colina Audiology Center provides comprehensive audiology services for newborns through elderly adults, including identification and measurement of hearing loss. Our experienced audiologists use state-of-the-art procedures and equipment to provide evaluation of vestibular and balance disorders, hearing disorders, and auditory processing disorders, as well as hearing aid evaluation and fitting.

Our licensed audiologists and hearing aid dispensers are here to provide patients with the most comprehensive assessment and hearing care available. Children will have every opportunity to speak, learn, and play. Adults will communicate with more ease, resulting in increased independence and quality of life.

You can trust our expertise. Casa Colina audiologists are licensed by the state of California and carry a certificate of clinical competence from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association or are affiliated with the American Academy of Audiology.

Which Signs Suggest You Need Your Hearing Tested?

  • Tinnitus or ringing in the ears
  • Everyone sounds “mumbled”
  • Difficulty hearing on the phone
  • Family complains you are watching TV too loudly
  • Cannot hear in crowds or groups
  • Cannot hear grandchildren
  • Sudden hearing loss or changes in hearing
  • You misunderstand what others are saying
  • You have worked around loud noise
  • You cannot localize sounds
  • Family history of hearing loss

When Should My Child See a Licensed Audiologist?

  • Unresponsive when called
  • History of ear infections
  • Speech and language delays
  • Difficulty following instructions in school
  • Family history of hearing loss

What Can Cause Hearing Disorders?

Hearing loss may stem from a variety of medical conditions, including:

  • Presbycusis (hearing loss due to aging)
  • Congenital diseases or syndromes
  • Trauma from head injuries
  • Ototoxicity caused by prescribed drugs
  • Cerebrovascular disorders that cause dizziness, sensory deficits, or tinnitus
  • Diseases such as diabetes mellitus, multiple sclerosis, and Meniere's disease
  • Exposure to high levels of noise or music
  • Otitis media, one of the most common childhood infections
  • Middle ear disease such as otosclerosis or cholestoma
  • Acoustic neuroma
  • Unilateral or bilateral atresia or microtia

Our Team of Experts Can Help Improve the Patient’s Quality of Life

Our state-of-the-art sound booths offer the ideal environment to explore treatment options and customize your treatment plan to achieve the best hearing possible. Once you receive a comprehensive assessment from our team, we provide your doctor with a treatment plan unique to your individual needs. We are dedicated to exploring every possible way to maximize the patient’s hearing potential.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call our Audiology Center at 909/596-7733, ext. 3535 or toll-free 866/724-4127, ext. 3535 or contact us now.

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