Audiologists are allied health professionals with the specific training and skills needed to specialize in evaluating and treating people with hearing loss. Audiologists work in many setting but what unites them is their education and training. Their graduate degrees, professional certification and state licensure make audiologists the most qualified professionals to perform a wide array of tests to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of hearing, tinnitus and balance issues as well as referring patients for medical treatment.
What Is An Audiologist? Pamphlet from the American Academy of Audiology