Hearing and Balance Services


With our hearing and balance services, our audiologists and physical therapists will give you the attention and care necessary to make the best decisions to treat your hearing loss or balance disorder.

  • Adult Hearing Services

    Hearing Loss Affects People of All Ages Tinnitus affects about 1 in 5 people. What’s more, hearing loss is the third most common condition affecting older and elderly adults. Approximately 1 in 3 people between the ages of 65 and 74 experiences hearing loss, and nearly half of adults older than 75. But younger adults […]

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  • Alternative Hearing Tests

    We offer alternative hearing evaluations All hearing tests are not the same. There are instances when a hearing evaluation is needed to look at how the auditory system works, without the patient having to participate. This is where electrophysiology comes in. Electrophysiological hearing tests examine the inner ear. Albuquerque Hearing and Balance offers this hearing testing for […]

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  • Balance Services

    What is a balance disorder? Vertigo is the most common balance disorder. People with balance disorders often experience dizziness and instability on their feet. The causes and symptoms of balance disorders vary and can be difficult to diagnose. Balance is the body’s ability to maintain posture and stability. A properly functioning balance system allows us […]

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  • Cognitive Services

    One of the risks of going without hearing aids when you need them is that your ability to adjust to hearing sounds again takes longer.  Hearing loss is also linked to a decline in memory and even considered a risk factor for dementia. However, the reason for this is more complicated than it may seem. When you […]

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  • Hearing Aid Repair

    Good maintenance habits prevent the natural degradation of electronic devices. Hearing aids from Albuquerque Hearing and Balance are an investment into better hearing health. By following the care instructions provided by our clinical staff, wearers can keep their devices in the best shape possible. Maintenance and care A good rule to follow with any electric […]

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  • Live Speech Mapping

    In the past, hearing evaluations and fittings for hearing aids consisted mostly of a series of beeps and noises. Today, audiologists are equipped with new technologies and methods to make the hearing evaluation process and hearing aid programming process more effective. One of the more advanced technologies available is live speech mapping, a method of […]

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  • Pediatric Hearing Services

    Causes and Signs of Hearing Loss in Children Many factors can contribute to hearing difficulty for a child. A family history of hearing loss, infectious diseases like meningitis or measles, and certain medical treatments are all potential causes. In audiology, the criteria used for “normal hearing” in children is stricter than for adults. Usually, adults […]

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  • Physical Therapy for Vertigo and Balance

    What is Vertigo?  Vertigo is a feeling of movement when you are not moving, however, vertigo is actually a symptom, not a diagnosis. On the other hand, balance is the ability to maintain posture. Vertigo will cause a decline in balance, but you can also have balance problems without vertigo. In either case they are […]

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  • Tinnitus

    The medical definition of tinnitus as per Merriam-Webster is as follows “a sensation of noise (as a ringing or roaring) that is typically caused by a bodily condition (as a disturbance of the auditory nerve or wax in the ear) and usually is of the subjective form which can only be heard by the one […]

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