Lake Regional ENT & Audiology, located at 1029 Nichols Road, Suite 301, in Osage Beach. To schedule an appointment, call 573-302-2864. Important Information: Click for details on detour due to Nichols Rd. closing.
Lake Regional audiologist, Jonathan Wilson, Au.D., CCC-A is an ASHA certified hearing specialist. the ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) is a nationally recognized professional credential in the fields of Speech-Language Pathology (CCC-SLP) and Audiology (CCC-A).
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Dr. Wilson evaluates, diagnoses, treats, and manages hearing loss, tinnitus, dizziness, and balance disorders in patients of all ages. He provides hearing loss counseling, hearing aids and hearing aid services, along with other assistive listening devices. Dr. Wilson also specializes in aural rehabilitation, which is the process of helping people understand how hearing loss impacts their lives and implementing new strategies to enhance their ability to communication.
Dr. Wilson works closely with Lake Regional Otolaryngologist Edward Barns, M.D., FACS, to treat patients whose hearing loss requires medical or surgical treatment. This collaboration allows Lake Regional to provide complete hearing care in one convenient location.
Learn more about Jonathan Wilson, Au.D., CCC-A.
- Assistive Listening Devices
- Diagnostic Hearing Evaluations
- Acoustic Immittance
- Cerumen Management
- Aural Rehabilitation
- Hearing Aid Counseling and Fittings
- Hearing Aid Dispensing, and Troubleshooting
- Hearing Aid Service and Repair
- Accessories and Supplies
- Custom Hearing Protection
- Bone Anchored Implants
Hearing loss affects people of all ages
Many people think hearing loss is merely a sign of aging, but people can incur hearing loss at any age. In fact, there are more than six million people in the United States between the ages of 18 and 44 with hearing loss, and nearly 1.5 million are school age. Lake Regional Audiologist Jonathan Wilson, Au.D., CCC-A provides comprehensive pediatric audiology evaluation and treatment.
Don't Suffer in Silence
According to the National Center for Health Statistics, an estimated 37.5 million American adults report some hearing difficulty; that is around 1 percent of the U.S. population. But many people are reluctant to seek help and wait far too long before getting treatment.
Hearing impairment can decrease your quality of life and negatively impact your social and emotional well-being. This can have far-reaching implications that surpass hearing difficulty; many people experience such distorted and incomplete communication that it severely impacts their professional and personal lives, at times leading to isolation and withdrawal.
If you struggle with hearing loss, dizziness, ringing in the ears, or balance disorders contact the experts at Lake Regional ENT & Audiology at 573-302-2864.