Jefferson University Hospitals

Tests & Treatments

  • Auditory Brainstem Response Test
    This test may be performed to determine if you have delayed nerve conduction due to a disturbance of the auditory nerve.

  • CT Scan
    A series of X-rays that can be used to visualize nearly all parts of the body in 3-D is known as a CT scan.

  • Cochlear Implant
    A cochlear implant is a surgically implanted device that may dramatically improve one's hearing if profoundly deaf or hard of hearing.

  • Concussion Baseline Screening
    Concussion baseline screenings measure data that can be used for comparison in the event of a sustained concussion.

  • Dizziness and Balance Testing
    Diagnosing dizziness is a process that usually involves several tests, including a hearing evaluation and videonystagmography (VNG).

  • Hearing Aids
    If your physician determines that you have hearing loss and it cannot be treated by medical or surgical intervention, hearing aids may be an option for you.

  • Hearing Evaluations
    A hearing evaluation can be performed to determine if you have hearing loss and whether or not you need a hearing aid.

  • ImPACT
    ImPACT is a scientifically researched and validated concussion management tool currently used by all professional sports leagues.

  • MRI
    Radiologists and oncologists often use advanced MRI technology to obtain visual detail of your body to help detect many conditions.

  • Neuromonics Tinnitus Treatment
    This therapy is proven to interact, interrupt and desensitize tinnitus by delivering a customized neural stimulus, embedded in clinically modified music, that promotes neural plastic changes, allowing the brain to filter out the disturbing tinnitus sound.

  • Videonystagmography
    If you are experiencing problems with your balance or you are feeling dizzy, this test will help determine if a vestibular (inner ear) disease is behind the cause of your problem.