Senior Citizen's Guide to Pittsburgh 2016 Spring/Summer Edition - page 28

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If you are still uncertain which is the best
provider to see first, start with someone local
to your area with a good reputation.
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Say You Saw It in the Senior Citizen’s Guide to Pittsburgh
• Do you experience significant dizziness?
• Do you have ears that drain or get infected?
• Are your ears bleeding?
• Is there an offensive odor coming from your ears?
• Did you injure your ears?
• Is there a foreign body in the ear?
• Do you have a history of ear surgery?
If you answered yes to some of these questions, a
medical consultation with an ENT is a good first step.
If you are still uncertain which is the best provider to
see first, start with someone local to your area with a
good reputation. Audiologists and ENTs alike will provide
you with referrals when necessary.
At HearWell Center we have a strong referral network
with other providers throughout Pittsburgh. If there is a
need to refer for further testing or medical treatment we
have many physicians that work closely with us. You can
be confident that no matter the cause of hearing loss
or ear disorders that we will point you toward the best
solution. For appointments for hearing evaluations call
412 271-3034. Most insurance plans accepted.
Article provided by Dr. Suzanne Yoder, HearWell Center, located in Forest Hills
in the “PNC Bank Building” on corner of Yost and Ardmore Blvd (Rt 30). Call
412-254-8942 or visit
for more information.
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