Our office at this time can only perform comprehensive hearing tests. We are unable to perform more complex ear testing such as ABR, ECoG, VEMP, VNG, CAPD at this time.
Fauquier Audiology and Hearing Aid Services
Office: 540-347-0505 | Fax: 540-347-5224
Audiology & Hearing Aids: 540-445-1889
Comprehensive Hearing & Audiometric Evaluations (More Info)
- Free Online Screning Hearing Test
- Free Online Hearing Loss Simulator
- Hearing Testing from Birth to Adult
- Newborn Hearing Screening and Follow-up
- Otoacoustic Emmission Testing (OAE)
- Auditory Brainstem Response Testing (ABR)
- Tone Burst Auditory Brainstem Response (TB-ABR)
- Bone Conduction ABR Auditory Brainstem Response (BC-ABR)
- Auditory Steady State Response (ASSR)
- Electrocochleography (ECoG)
- Central Auditory Processing Evaluations (CAPD)
Hearing Aid Services (More Info)
- Hearing Aid Evaluations and Consultation
- Hearing Aid Dispensing
- Advanced Digital and Wireless Hearing Aid Technology
- Aural Rehabilitation Counseling
- Hearing Aid Service and Repair
- Hearing Aid Accessories and Batteries
- Resources for Parents of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children
- Electronystagmography (ENG)
- Vestibular Evoked Myogenic Potentials (VEMP) for Meniere's Disease
- Vestibular Rehabilitation Counseling
- Canalith Repositioning
Hearing Conservation (More Info)
- Custom Swim Plugs
- Custom Hearing Protection
- Musicians Filtered Earplugs
- Earplugs for Hunters
- Custom Earmolds for iPods, Cell phones, Headsets
- Assistive Listening Devices and Technology
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