Sunnyview Hearing Center
The Hearing Center at Sunnyview Rehabilitation Hospital has been providing comprehensive hearing healthcare for infants, toddlers, children, adults, and seniors in the Capital Region for nearly six decades. Our audiologists work with other healthcare professionals to provide a warm, encouraging environment for rehabilitation, and use a multidisciplinary team approach for quality care.
CONCERNED ABOUT YOUR HEARING?
Hearing loss is a largely misunderstood phenomenon, despite being highly prevalent across all age groups in the United States. Come take your hearing test today to truly understand your hearing range.
WE CARE ABOUT YOUR HEARING
Experts trained in audiology, hearing aids, tinnitus therapy, balance disorders, and much more are ready to help you or your loved ones today. Read what the experts have to say about hearing aids and tinnitus.
Today’s modern technology is here to help you hear.
Schedule Your Appointment
Get started today by scheduling your hearing consultation in one of our three locations.
Understanding the bill can seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be.
Repair & Maintenance
It’s important to keep your investment up and running with proper service and repair.
All of our hearing aids include a three year manufacturer’s warranty and lifetime service here at Sunnyview. We will clean, reprogram, adjust, and provide in-house repairs at no charge for as long as the original purchaser owns the hearing aid.
WHAT’S NEW AT SUNNYVIEW?
Dr. Caroline Swayne, Doctor of Audiology, was recognized by the American Academy of Audiology as the November Volunteer Spotlight for her time on the Professional Development Task Force.
Visit the Volunteer Spotlight Dr. Margaret Halinski, Doctor of Audiology, presented a poster at the American Academy of Audiology Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana, on April 6, 2017.
The poster illustrated the course of treatment for a patient that she saw in the past year at Sunnyview Rehabilitation Hospital. This patient exhibited an asymmetrical, mixed hearing loss which was significantly improved by an ENT physician removing epithelial debris and crusting from the tympanic membrane. Prior to the debris removal, a different ENT physician performed a myringotomy which provided no resolution to her symptoms. This case demonstrates the possibility of mixed hearing loss resolution, necessity for ENT referral, and identification of a pathology that is not readily apparent by all ENT physicians.
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