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New York Speech and Hearing is a private practice offering a comprehensive array of services related to the evaluation, rehabilitation and prevention of hearing and balance impairment, and the evaluation and treatment of voice and swallowing disorders.
Choosing a hearing professional is one of the most important decisions made by a person with a hearing loss. Since a hearing aid cannot be prescribed in the same manner as eye glasses, proper hearing aid recommendation and fitting is highly dependent on the judgment and skill of the professional selecting the instrument. New York Speech and Hearing provides a New York State licensed, Board Certified Doctor of Audiology to test auditory function and to select and dispense the hearing instrument that best meets a patientís needs. Support and counseling are also provided for both the hearing impaired individual and their family, as needed. Hearing solution recommendations are made to fit each patientís individual lifestyle and personal needs.
One of the most important things about arranging services addressing voice function is choosing a Voice Specialist with experience, interest in innovative programs, and experience with the most cutting edge technology and materials. These qualities will assure the greatest opportunity for improvement. For swallowing disorders, it is important to work with a specialist who is particularly aware of the latest advancements in therapeutic techniques and whose ideal is for maximum function and safety with the least restrictive diet.
Collaboration with other medical and allied health professionals is important based on the patientís individual needs and presenting disorder.
Our Services Include:
- Complete Audiological (hearing) testing
- Diagnosis and treatment of dizziness and balance disorders
- Hearing aid dispensing
- Musician's earplugs / hearing protection devices
- Swim molds
- Voice analysis
- Endoscopic swallowing studies
- "Vital-Stim" electrical stimulation for voice/swallowing disorders
- Accent reduction / acquisition