The physicians and audiologists at Virginia ENT work together to provide comprehensive, total hearing care for all ages. From newborn hearing screenings to hearing aids, we can assist with all of your hearing healthcare needs.
General Diagnostics & Newborn Hearing Screenings
Virginia ENT is an all-encompassing diagnostic audiology facility that performs testing appropriate for all ages, including newborns. Unlike other hearing health practices, our audiologists work side-by-side with board-certified physicians for a more comprehensive approach to your hearing loss management.
If you think you might be suffering from hearing loss, contact our office to make an appointment for a hearing evaluation. As we work together to learn more about your unique needs, we will guide you in making an informed decision on how to most appropriately manage your hearing loss. With offices throughout the Richmond metro area and Colonial Heights, we are able to perform complete audiologic and vestibular testing in all four of our locations.
Learning that you have hearing loss is often an overwhelming and emotional discovery. The audiologists at Total Hearing Care understand the complex feelings and questions associated with hearing loss. We also understand that no two people are affected in the same manner, face the same challenges or will make the same decisions on how to manage their hearing loss. The technology for hearing aids has truly progressed (click here to learn more). We have the latest in digital technology and are well equipped to meet your hearing needs. See more information here.
Assistive Listening Devices
Sensory hearing loss results in deficits that cannot always be addressed using hearing aids alone. In some cases a patient may not be a good candidate for hearing aids, but can obtain benefit from assistive devices. In children especially, assistive devices such as FM listening systems are critical in the classroom. If you have a hearing loss and cannot wear hearing aids or do not obtain sufficient benefit from hearing aids alone, ask your audiologist about appropriate assistive devices.