Audiology

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Phone Number
Call 434.924.2050

UVA Audiologists are licensed professionals with specialized training in how our ears work and how disorders of the ear affect hearing, balance, speech development and participation in everyday social activities.

We understand how conditions that affect hearing and balance relate to the overall picture of your health and well-being. So we collaborate with other care providers including doctors, surgeons, speech-language pathologists, teachers, as well as your family members to make sure we're understanding and treating the whole picture of your experience.

We Hear You

We feel it's important for you to understand the nature of your problem, the diagnosis and all your treatment options. We take the time to answer your questions and walk you through what happens next.

Diagnostic Services & Evaluations

  • Auditory processing/listening tests
  • Cochlear implants (bone-anchored hearing implant)
Man getting his hearing checked by an audiology specialist

Visit an Audiologist

We provide specialty evaluations for hearing, dizziness and balance problems, ear ringing and hearing implants. 

Visit the audiology clinic
Hearing Aids
A woman is fitted for a hearing aid.

Our hearing aid specialists don't work on commission. That means we only focus on finding the best hearing aid to meet your needs. 

Get a hearing aid
Dizziness and Vertigo
Vertigo makes this woman dizzy and lose her balance.

The Vestibular & Balance Center at UVA is one of few in the country staffed by audiologists with highly specialized training in managing dizziness and balance disorders. We use state-of-the-art technologies that let us quickly determine the source and solution of the problem.

Have your dizziness checked
Cochlear Implants
Adult man wearing a hearing implant on his ear.

When hearing aids fail to help you interact with family and friends, you may be a candidate for a cochlear implant. Our cochlear implant team can guide you through the evaluation process.

Learn more about cochlear implants