Helping you cope with workplace, environmental and age of life hearing loss

We Diagnose, We Treat, We Care

Hearing loss in older patientsThe Alliance’s high level of expertise and extremely up to date advanced equipment makes them more readily accessible to diagnose and properly treat diseases affecting the ear and its related structures.

When a disease is detected, the Alliance can quickly provide a plan that can involve everything from surgical treatment to oral rehabilitation and different programs for the entire family of those affected. The Alliance is able to fulfill your every need involving the ear.

Have you recently become hard of hearing?  Audiologists specialize in both digital and analog hearing aids.  This includes custom fitting and diagnostic testing to ensure that the specific device is a good match for the patient.

The First Steps...  Audiologists are health care professionals who identify, assess and manage disorders of the auditory and balance systems. An audiologist will test a patient for disorders involved with hearing and balance, depending on the results the specialist will provide aural rehabilitation to the child or adult. The next step can be selecting and fitting hearing amplification systems. Preventative measures are important to take in order to ensure a complete rehabilitation process, provision and fitting of hearing protective devices are essential to accomplish this. The Alliance facilities will provide education for parents, patients, and the entire family on a variety of information dealing with hearing disorders.

Benefits of the Alliance

Why go through the Alliance to seek medical care?

The Alliance is unique due to the fact that it contains three separate highly experienced facilities that each their own unique specialties.

The Lakeshore Ear, Neck and Throat Center’s vast amount of expertise lies within:

  • General adult and pediatric ENT care
  • Pediatric ENT care and airway management
  • Nasal allergy and sinus disorders
  • Otology (ear disorders)
  • Hoarseness, voice and speech disorders
  • Neuro-otology (balance and hearing disorders)
  • Facial nerve disorders
  • Facial plastic and reconstructive surgery
  • Snoring and sleep apnea
  • Head and neck cancer care
  • Audiology and hearing aid testing
  • Swallowing disorders
  • Acid reflux and laryngopharyngeal reflux
  • Thyroid and parathyroid surgery

The Michigan Ear Institute continuously researches the many aspects of otology, neurotology, and skull base surgery. MEI’s specialties include:

  • Hearing Disorders
  • Dizziness and Balance
  • Facial Nerve Disorders
  • Acoustic Tumor Surgery
  • Neurotologic Skull Base Surgery
  • Pediatric Otology
  • Cochlear Implant Surgery
  • Audiology
The Holley Institute, a non-profit organization is devoted to providing assistance to the Deaf/blind and hard of hearing and have programs aimed at improving their quality of life. Their expertise includes:
  • Universal screening of a newborn
  • American Sign Language classes
  • Testing for disorders of hearing and balance
  • Providing aural rehabilitation to children and adults
  • Selecting, fitting and dispensing amplification systems
  • Preventing hearing loss through the provision and fitting of hearing protective devices
  • Providing education on the effects of noise on hearing

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