Top Ranked Audiology Program

Our team provides those with audiologic disorders personalized care from the beginning to the end of their treatment to restore their hearing and improve their quality of life.

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Hearing loss, balance disorders, dizziness and tinnitus (ringing in the ears) can significantly impact a person’s quality of life—negatively affecting an individual’s career, family responsibilities and ability to perform daily tasks. At Penn Audiology, we work closely with patients of all ages to evaluate and treat the full spectrum of audiologic conditions.

With a team of 13 sub-specialized doctors of Audiology, we provide expert care for all of your audiological needs. Our audiology program was ranked best in the Philadelphia region and one of the finest in the country. All of our highly experienced specialists have doctorate degrees in audiology and have extensive experience working with manufacturers of implantable devices and hearing aids.

Penn Audiology collaborates closely with Penn Neuro-otology and offers comprehensive services and care through The Penn Dizziness and Balance CenterThe Penn Hearing Aid Program and The Penn Implantable Hearing Device Program. Our multidisciplinary team of specialists creates individualized treatment plans that address all of a patients hearing loss and balance issues.

Our team of specialists include:

  • Audiologists
  • Neurotologists
  • Otologists
  • Otorhinolaryngologists
  • Physical therapists

Penn Audiology offers exceptional care at the following four convenient locations: the Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine, Penn Medicine at Radnor, Penn Medicine University City and Penn Medicine Washington Square.

In This Section

Audiology Conditions

Learn about the common conditions treated by the Penn Audiology for hearing loss, otosclerosis, ear infections, tumors, and age related hearing loss.

Audiology Diagnosis

Penn’s audiologists first determine the type and degree of hearing loss a patient has suffered and whether or not the next step should be surgical or medical, or if a hearing device would be beneficial.

Treatments and Procedures

Penn audiologists provide the latest advancements in treatment for those experiencing hearing loss.

Balance and Dizziness Center

Penn's Balance and Dizziness Center provides expert evaluation, diagnosis and treatment for all disorders relating to balance, including dizziness, vertigo and unsteadiness.

Hearing Aid Program

Our hearing aid program offers those with hearing loss personalized care and the latest technology in hearing aid devices.

Treatment Team

Physicians at Penn Audiology provide expert evaluation, diagnosis and treatment for individuals with hearing loss.

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