Referral Clinic Only
The speech pathology clinic provides a full range of diagnostic and treatment services to our active duty population. These services include the diagnosis assessment and treatment of speech language and cognitive communication disorders with individuals who have a history of mild/ moderate traumatic brain injury, paradoxical vocal fold motion disorder (PVFM), stuttering and voice disorders. We work closely with our ENT physicians scheduling modified barium swallow studies in the evaluation of swallowing disorders and providing dysphagia therapy to patients with head and neck cancer, stroke or other disorders of medical/neurogenic origin.
The Audiology Service provides a continuum of patient care directed toward achieving the maximum communication competence in individuals with communication disorders. Audiology provides inpatient and outpatient care for patients of all ages.
Diagnostic Hearing Evaluations - Adults
The Audiology Clinic provides diagnostic hearing evaluations for adults in order to identify various types of hearing loss and if medical referral or hearing aids are needed.
Pediatric Audiology - Newborn/Infant Hearing Screenings
Early detections of potential hearing loss is critical in children. They can be evaluated for potential hearing loss at any age. They will be tested with age-specific techniques that allow the audiologist to determine the hearing ability. The need for further audiological evaluations or referrals to other specialists can be made at the time of the initial appointment.
Audiology service works closely with the Otolaryngology clinic to rule out or diagnose impairments prior to treatments or surgical intervention.