Hearing loss is a problem shared by many people of all ages and is one of the most common health problems reported. Hearing loss may occur suddenly but is usually a gradual process that occurs over time. This may be hereditary, or it may be caused by physical changes within the ear due to disease, infection or injury.
Providers Diagnosing or Treating Hearing Loss
Note that every provider listed below may not perform or prescribe all treatments or procedures related to Hearing Loss. Review each provider for availability.
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Matthew C. Brown, Au.D. Audiologist
John L. Dornhoffer, M.D. Otology and Neurotology Physician
Susan D. Emmett, M.D. Otolaryngologist
Allison C. Gill, Au.D. Audiologist
Larry D. Hartzell, M.D. Pediatric Otolaryngologist
Caitlyn Crowder Jenkins, Au.D. Audiologist
Meredith Olmstead, Au.D. Audiologist
Graham M. Strub, M.D., Ph.D. Otolaryngologist
Locations Where Providers Treat Hearing Loss
Note that the treatment of Hearing Loss may not be performed at every location listed below. The list may include locations where the treatment plan is developed during and after a patient visit.
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501 Jack Stephens Drive
UAMS Jackson T. Stephens Spine and Neuroscience Institute
Little Rock, AR 72205
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Areas of Expertise for Hearing Loss
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