Hearing & Balance Doctors

St George, UT

Balance Doctors in St. George, UT

Along with feeling disconnected from family, friends, colleagues, and your community, untreated hearing loss can also put you and your loved ones at a greater risk of developing serious mental and physical health problems, which can include dizziness, vertigo, and balance disorders.

The negative health consequences associated with balance disorders, dizziness, and vertigo isolates those experiencing them from others and limit their capacity to live an active and independent lifestyle. In addition to providing hearing care and helping with tinnitus management, the doctors of audiology at Hearing and Balance Doctors’ St. George, UT location are able to provide diagnosis and treatment for balance disorders.

Our balance doctors provide St. George and communities along the southern end of the I-15 corridor with balance testing, which might include:

  • Computerized Dynamic Posturography Tests
  • Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) Tests
  • VEMP Tests
  • Oculomotor Tests
  • Positional Tests
  • Air Caloric Tests

These tests help identify disorders like Labyrinthitis or Vestibular Neuronitis, Meniere’s Disease,
Perilymph Fistula, and other issues causing dizziness and vertigo that can lead to decreased mobility, poor nutrition, difficulty relaxing, and a loss of sleep. Consequently, finding a treatment for balance problems is a critical part of maintaining better health overall.

If you or a family member is regularly experiencing dizziness or vertigo, or struggles with a balance disorder, it is time to choose a hearing and balance doctor in St. George, UT who is able to provide the solutions necessary to enrich your quality of life and allow you to continue enjoying your independent lifestyle.

Contact Details

1054 E Riverside Dr, Ste 201
St. George, UT 84790

Fax: (435) 688-2122

Opening Hours

Monday through Friday: 8 am – 5 pm
Closed for lunch: 12 pm –1 pm

Meet Your Hearing Care Experts

How Your Hearing & Balance Experts Can Help

audiologist conducts a comprehensive hearing assessment

Comprehensive Hearing Testing

Raising Awareness for The Importance of Regular Hearing Testing

Although hearing loss is the third most common physical health condition in the US, many people and their families are living with hearing loss without realizing it.

That’s because, much like aging, hearing loss happens so slowly and gradually that it’s unnoticeable day to day. The only difference is, unlike aging, you have no way to compare your hearing today to what it was like just a few years ago.

With hearing loss often being irreversible, if you or a loved one in your family has experienced any hearing challenges or has noticed that it’s a struggle to hear others when wearing a face mask, then it’s incredibly important to have a hearing assessment.

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Prescription Hearing Aid Technology

Access to All Levels of Hearing Technology

Although hearing technology is only part of the puzzle of achieving better hearing, it’s the part that prevents many people from taking their first step. Unfortunately, many people have a memory of the large, clunky devices that their parents or grandparents may have worn.

However, the good news is that today’s technology is small, discreet, and incredibly powerful. In fact, many of our patients tell us that their friends, colleagues, and loved ones have never even noticed their devices.

With rechargeable batteries and Bluetooth connectivity, you can stream music, phone calls, and your television directly to your prescription hearing aids, ensuring that today’s technology doesn’t just amplify your hearing but also amplifies your and your family’s life.

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Balance Assessments

Utah and Nevada’s Team of Balance Doctors

You only realize how much you have taken your balance for granted when you first start to experience challenges. It can be scary, it impacts your confidence, and it can result in you fearing leaving your house.

With your inner ear being responsible for your balance, our team of doctors specializes in helping to discover the reasons that you’re facing challenges when finding solutions.

With many common reasons and other more complicated reasons behind your balance challenges, seeing a true expert that has helped thousands of local families with similar problems is incredibly important.

Request a Callback

With so many myths and misconceptions about hearing and balance, it can be confusing to know what to do and who to trust.

That’s why our team of award-winning doctors is here to help.

Simply complete this form and when available, a member of our team will call you for a friendly no-obligation conversation to answer your questions and discuss any challenges that you or a loved one may be having.

There is no such thing as a silly question; the only silly thing is not asking.

Don’t want to wait? Then why not call us at your nearest office

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