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The UCHealth Hearing and Balance Clinic at the Lone Tree Medical Center provides a variety of services for adults and children with hearing and balance disorders.
Our team is made up of highly qualified and experienced audiologists and other hearing professionals. We are the premier providers of audiology specialty health care and hearing and balance medical services along the greater Front Range.
Our team evaluates, diagnoses and treats a variety of audiological conditions. We work with patients of all ages, from children to seniors, in a comfortable and compassionate setting.
Our hearing and balance practice is recognized worldwide for our unique leadership and progressive innovations in the realm of hearing and deafness.
What is hearing loss?
Hearing loss is any degree of impairment in the ability to detect or comprehend sound.
For hearing to occur, sound waves pass through the external, middle and inner ear, where they are translated into nerve impulses and sent to the brain, which then interprets those signals as sound. Any interruption to this process can cause a partial or total loss of hearing.
Hearing loss is a common condition that affects one out of three people by the age of 65. It’s not just a disease of the elderly, however. Hearing loss is increasingly common in younger people who are exposed to excessive noise levels.
Conditions we treat
- Auditory verbal therapy
- Cochlear implants (see below to learn more)
- Hearing aids
- Hearing protection
- Hearing tests
- Osseointegrated devices
- Otology/neurotology medical evaluation
- Tinnitus therapy
- Vestibular & balance testing
Here’s what to bring to your audiology appointment:
- Your photo ID (driver’s license, passport, state or military ID are acceptable)
- Your insurance card. If covered by a spouse’s policy, know your spouse’s date of birth and Social Security number.
- Past medical records or hearing test results related to your diagnosis
- Radiology films such as X-rays or CT scans, with reports (if applicable)
- Completed patient registration form
- Questions for your doctor