Dr. Randel is a certified and licensed doctor of audiology. She received her masters degree from the University of Connecticut in 1980 and then a doctorate in audiology from Arizona School for Health Sciences in 2000. Dr. Randel has been in practice since 1980 and serves the community in a variety of settings including hospitals, nursing homes, schools and private practices in Coral Springs, Tamarac, Boca Raton and Jupiter Florida. She is the director of the Universal Newborn Hearing Screening Program at Northwest Medical Center and West Boca Medical Center and is the primary audiologist for the Broward County Early Intervention Program. She is originally from Queens, New York where she worked at Long Island Jewish medical Center for 6 years and has been in private practice in South Florida since 1986.
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About this clinic
What is an Audiologist? Audiologists are specialists in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of hearing and balance problems, which have to do with the auditory and vestibular system portions of the ear. They also assist in rehabilitative services for patients with hearing impairments, including the fitting and dispensing of hearing instruments and assistive listening devices.
Diagnostic Services Pure Tone Audiometry (Standard Hearing Test) This test determines the level at which a person detects sound at different frequencies. Speech Discrimination Testing This test determines how well speech is understood. This test is very helpful in determining if problems exist beyond the hearing nerve and gives insight as to how well hearing aids can help. Immittance Testing This procedure evaluates middle ear function by assessing how well the eardrum and middle ear bones move. This test is very useful in determining the location of a problem. Otoacoustic Emissions (OAE) These tests measure the health of the inner ear, the hearing nerve, and the function of the cochlea. Vestibular/ Balance Function Testing Electronystagmography (ENG) and Videonystagmography (VNG) are tests used to evaluate the balance system and assist in the assessment of the cause for dizziness.
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