An Audiologist is the primary healthcare professional who evaluates diagnoses, treats and manages hearing loss and balance disorders in adults and children. Hearing loss is the third most common chronic health problem in seniors, behind hypertension and arthritis. Hearing loss may be mild to profound, affect one ear or both ears, may be permanent or reversible. Fortunately, today there are many options for managing the difficulties caused by all types and degrees of hearing loss. Trinity Health offers a full range of clinical services for pediatric and adult patients with hearing disorders and auditory problems, including age-appropriate hearing tests, assistive devices, balance tests, cochlear implants, communication needs assessments, and hearing aids.