Need an OFFICIAL Hearing Exam?

Recourse testing is a more comprehensive audiologic examination, often required by employers, if the employee does not pass an initial screening. Depending on the individual requirements, this may include a comprehensive audiologic evaluation, speech-in-noise testing, sound-field testing, aided testing, etc.

Why Do Some Employers Require This Testing?

For careers that require a keen ear, sometimes employers will order applicants or trainees to take a hearing exam before being placed in a job. If the subject fails the initial hearing-screening test, recourse testing can be ordered. This testing will paint a more detailed picture of what’s really going on with the subject’s hearing.

Why Use Liberty Hearing Centers for Recourse Testing?

LHC is a recourse testing “Preferred Provider” of several local employers, including the MTA and New York State Unified Court System.

At LHC, we are versed in the testing requirements for several local employers and agencies.

We are able to complete all types of testing.

Our experts can dispense hearing aids if needed.

We provide comprehensive documentation.

We can make confident referrals to ENT experts and other specialists we know.

What Kind of Technology Will Be Used?

  • Calibrated testing booths and transducers
  • Recorded and live speech testing
  • Cutting-edge hearing aids and assistive technology

Each hearing loss is unique. We have access to the latest technology to be certain you are fitted with the device perfectly matched to your needs, often able to be fit the same day.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get rid of the dizziness?
Typically, symptoms resolve on their own, but treatment can be provided either in home or at a practice that treats balance issues. AwesomeAudiology can help with your vertigo and other balance and dizziness disorders.
How long does vertigo last?
A vertigo attack may last only a few seconds, or a few hours. This may last only a matter of weeks, or it may be an ongoing problem. People with persistent, ongoing vertigo may be in danger of harming themselves or others, making treatment a necessity.
Why do I get dizzy when I stand up?
Blood pressure drops excessively when you sit or stand, causing dizziness. This dizziness can resolve rapidly within a few seconds if the person lies down. Some people do faint, however, and symptoms tend to be more common and worse after exercise, consuming alcohol, or eating a heavy meal. Low blood flow to the brain can cause dizziness and other symptoms, and is not necessarily a result of vertigo. Because reasons for dizziness vary depending upon specific medical conditions, individuals who experience excessive dizziness when shifting body positions are encouraged to contact our practice for a full consultation.