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Preserving your hearing is our number one goal. Our Oklahoma City audiologists work to protect it while also helping you navigate through the process of hearing loss. Our clinic works side-by-side with ear, nose and throat physicians in Oklahoma City to provide exceptional care that addresses complex hearing and balance disorders. We specialize your care based on your specific needs.
Our audiologists have a doctoral degree and hold a Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
As highly trusted clinical audiology group in Oklahoma City, we offer many audiology specializations including pediatric hearing screenings, adult and pediatric hearing aids, hearing prevention and conservation, single-side hearing deafness as well as ototoxicity monitoring for chemotherapy patients. Our audiologists work closely with otolaryngologists (ear, nose and throat physicians) to address complex hearing and balance disorders.
We offer a full range of hearing diagnostic services to help detect hearing impairment and loss in adults, children as well as infants. Hearing assessments help to determine the type and severity of hearing loss.
Our audiologists specialize in the fitting and servicing of hearing aids. Once we have evaluated your level of hearing impairment, we will discuss the type of hearing aids and technology that would best suit you. We offer a variety of types as well as models of digital hearing aids. Learn about recent advances in hearing technology presented by a audiologist from Mercy Clinic Audiology.
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Our clinic provides ototoxicity monitoring for chemotherapy patients in Oklahoma City. Monitoring hearing in patients receiving ototoxic drugs provides our audiologists the opportunity for treatment modifications in order to minimize or prevent permanent hearing loss and balance impairment. Ototoxicity monitoring generally includes a baseline audiological and/or vestibular assessment prior to initial chemotherapy followed by regular monitoring throughout the treatment as well as post-treatment.
To schedule an appointment, please call 405.757.3710.
At Mercy, we offer comprehensive services to diagnose and treat a full range of conditions, including:
At Mercy, we offer compassionate care for a variety of treatment services, including: