Welcome to The Center for Advanced Hearing Care at Otolaryngology Consultant, PA. We are dedicated to providing complete, accurate, and individualized hearing and balance care for our patients.
Our board-certified Audiologists are trained to diagnose and treat hearing and balance disorders in both adults and children.
Effective treatment is dependent on determining the type and severity of hearing loss, which differs with each patient. It is also important to identify any underlying medical issues that are causing or that have contributed to the hearing loss. No two patients are the same and that is why every hearing care patient first meets with and is examined by one of our board certified and fellowship-trained otolaryngologists. We will find out if your hearing issues are the result of a condition that requires medical intervention.
After your initial examination with the doctor, you will receive a complete and comprehensive hearing test administered by one of our certified Audiologists using the most current state of the art equipment and testing protocols. You will also be asked about your lifestyle and how your hearing loss affects your ability to carry out your daily functions. All the gathered data will be combined to create a personlized treatment plan to help you get back to the life you enjoy without the frustration and isolation often experienced by hearing loss patients.
Erin Kelly, Au.D is a board certified Audiologist and holds a Doctorate of Audiology (Au.D) degree from Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale Florida, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of Central Florida in Orlando Florida. She completed her residency in Orlando Florida specializing in adult/pediatric diagnostics, electrophysiology, vestibular diagnostics, aural rehabilitation, Earlens, and traditional amplification. Dr. Kelly continues to specialize in adult and pediatric diagnostics and amplification with ENT Specialists.
Ms. Cornish received her Master degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois. Following graduation, she accepted a Fellowship position at Pennsylvania Hospital, an affiliate of the University of Pennsylvania healthcare system, and at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Desiring to move back to her beloved Chicago and to follow her passion of working with children, Marci then accepted a position at the University Of Illinois Chicago Hospital, a leading center of auditory research. She specialized in all aspects of pediatric audiology, including administering the hospital’s NICU and well-baby hearing screening program. She was a member of the pediatric craniofacial team and was an integral member of the pediatric cochlear implant program. Marci relocated to Florida in 2000 to be closer to her family and has worked as an Audiologist at The Center for Pediatric ENT – Head and Neck Surgery since that time. She continues to specialize in the diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment of children with hearing
If hearing aids are recommended, we’ll carefully review the options and help you to select the best product for your individual hearing loss, lifestyle, and budget. Our Audiologist will answer all your questions so that you feel certain you’ve made the best selection. No “one size fits all” approach here. We offer the full line of devices from Phonak and other major manufacturers that our Doctors and Audiologists believe offer the greatest quality and latest in technological advancements for our patients
Our support doesn’t stop there. Once your hearing aids are delivered, our Audiologist custom fits them to your specific settings. Properly fitted hearing aids are truly life-changing for those with hearing loss and the most successful wearers are those that receive ongoing support after purchase – particularly early on when getting adjusted to them.
Balance disorders effect more than 33 million American adults annually.
Characterized by the sensation of dizziness or unsteadiness, a balance disorder can cause you to feel like you are spinning or floating while you are standing, sitting or lying down.
Some common types of balance disorders include Vertigo, Meniere’s Disease, and Vestibular Neuritis.
They can be caused by problems in the inner ear or brain, head injuries, or other health conditions.
Around 75% of Americans over the age of 70 are diagnosed with abnormal balance, and women are at greater risk than men. Symptoms include dizziness, vertigo, trouble walking, light-headedness, blurry vision, disorientation, nausea, anxiety and fatigue.
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10150 Hagen Ranch Rd
Boynton Beach, FL 33437
6650 W Indiantown Rd
Jupiter, FL 33458
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