What To Expect From a Hearing Screening
A Hearing Screening can be completed in 5 minutes and will consist of checking several frequencies (pitches) to see if the possibility of hearing loss exists. We will give you a copy of your results, either pass or refer that you can take to a hearing healthcare professional or keep for your own records.
Video Otoscopy will give you the chance to see what you ear canals and ear drums look like. We will be able to tell you if you need any further follow up to assess any issues that may be seen. This will just take a few minutes.
Hearing Screenings and Video Otoscopy are provided by Speech Pathology and Audiology Clinic, School of Health Sciences, Kent State University.
Have one of the podiatric students, under the supervision of Dr. Scott A. Spencer, D.P.M from the Kent State College of Podiatric Medicine check your foot health. The screening takes 10-15 minutes. The doctor will examine your feet, ask a few questions about your health history, medications and any issues you might be having with your feet. They may give you some tips to keep your feet healthy or make a recommendation for better foot health.