Nevada Hearing and Balance Center is a family owned company that utilizes board certified audiologists, a compassionate office staff, and state-of-the-art technology to diagnose and treat hearing and balance disorders.

Our Audiological Services include:

Hearing tests for patients of all ages

-Hearing aid evaluations and fittings

Otoacoustic emissions testing – a screening test for hearing loss in infants, newborns, and very young children; which can also be used to  differentiate between cochlear and retro-cochlear hearing loss, and detect cochlear dysfunction before actual hearing loss is present.

-Auditory brainstem response (ABR/BAER) -estimates hearing sensitivity and identifies neurological abnormalities of the auditory nerve and the auditory pathway up through the brainstem.

-Tympanometry – determines whether there is fluid behind the eardrum or whether an ear tube is blocked. Can also be used to discover a perforation in the eardrum.

Acoustic Reflex Threshold– diagnoses disorders of the 7th and 8th cranial nerves which transmit messages from the ear and the brain.

Tinnitus Management Therapy– Treatment options and coping strategies for dealing with ringing or buzzing in the ears.

Our Vestibular and Balance Services include:

-Videonystagmography (VNG/ENG) – used to diagnose disorders of the vestibular system such as postural stability, occular motor function, and vestibular coordination.  This test can identify causes of a patients dizziness or balance disorder to facilitate effective treatment.

-Gans Sensory Organization Performance Test (SOP) -provides subjective information regarding a persons equilibrium adaptation by evaluating the use of various sensory inputs.

-Vestibular-Evoked Myogenic Potential Testing (VEMP)– used to diagnosis disorders of the inferior vestibular nerve and saccular function.

You are invited to call us at 896-0031 to schedule your initial consultation and begin the road to better health.

We accept a variety of insurance providers.
Insurance plans typically only cover the testing costs.  Most insurances do not cover the costs of hearing aids or other treatment devices.  We advise you to check with your insurance provider to learn more about your coverage.  Cash discounts are available.