Our office no longer provides these services at this time (though at some future point, we will offer again). Please contact Nikki Butler, AuD for these services at 540-495-8601 or Gainesville Audiology at 703-754-0951.
Fauquier Audiology and Hearing Aid Services
Office: 540-347-0505 | Fax: 540-347-5224
Audiology and Hearing Aids: xxx-xxx-xxxx
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
Balance Evaluations (More Info) (Watch Videos)
- 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
Please contact our audiologist in our office by email or leave a message at xxx-xxx-xxxx
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