The ability for an individual to hear is not only essential to the communications process; it is an important quality-of-life issue. Individuals who are facing issues with their hearing can have difficulty in being fully active in society, possibly leading to social isolation and depression. Proper diagnosis and treatment are key factors in assuring that an individual gets the support that is needed to maintain an active lifestyle.
As a part of South Jersey’s premier otolaryngology - head and neck surgery program, Cooper‘s department of audiology offers adult and pediatric patients an unrivalled level of clinical talent, advanced technology and attentive care that translates into superior outcomes and high patient satisfaction.
A Closer Look at What Distinguishes Us
Cooper University Health Care’s Audiology Department provides diagnostic and treatment services for adults and children (newborn and up) with hearing disorders. Our services include the following:
- Comprehensive hearing evaluations (pediatric through adults)
- Tympanometry with reflex testing
- Otoacoustic emissions (OAEs)
- Central auditory processing (CAP) testing
- Bone anchor hearing aid (BAHA) assessment
- Tinnitus evaluations