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Oviatt Hearing & Balance - Syracuse

1001 James St
Syracuse, NY 13203 US

Call (315) 350-3503

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Website: http://www.oviattonline.com
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Dana Oviatt


Dana is a graduate of St. Lawrence University (B.S.), Boston University (M.S.) and the University of Wisconsin at Madison (Ph.D.). He has practiced Audiology since 1977 as clinician, researcher and teacher. He has performed diagnostic hearing and balance testing at the Glenrose Hospital for Children in Edmonton, Alberta, University of Michigan Hospitals and hospitals in Boston. He has presented and published research on binaural amplification for the hearing impaired, the effect of noise on the middle-ear, diagnostic hearing testing of the middle ear, cochlea and auditory nerve, pediatric hearing test measures, cochlear implants, noise-induced hearing loss and balance. His particular interest is in the evaluation of the vestibular system which he has performed since starting his career in 1977. In 1990, he completed a post-doctoral fellowship in advanced vestibular evaluation and rehabilitation of patients with balance problems under the direction of Neil Shepard, Ph.D. His personal interests include SCUBA diving, hiking and sailing. He sails during the summer along the eastern shore of Lake Ontario and has sailed offshore to Bermuda and along the eastern seacoast. He is licensed to practice Audiology in New York, is certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Audiology.

About this clinic

Oviatt, formerly Feldman and Oviatt Audiology Services, has been the leader in Upstate New York for diagnostic hearing testing, vestibular evaluation, and hearing aids for over 25 years. Oviatt has professionally licensed audiologists specializing in evaluating and treating people with hearing loss. The staff at Oviatt work closely with physicians, conducting tests on patients to determine not only the amount of hearing loss, but possible causes. Oviatt is excited about a new development in hearing aids that uses state-of-the-art technology to automatically detect speech. When none is detected, the voice-activated digital system automatically turns volume down to a more comfortable listening mode.

Clinic's hours of operation
Monday Open by Appointment
Tuesday Open by Appointment
Wednesday Open by Appointment
Thursday Open by Appointment
Friday Open by Appointment
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Oviatt Hearing & Balance - Syracuse
(315) 350-3503