Our mission is to identify and provide treatment for individuals with hearing loss and those considered at risk.
We strongly believe that hearing ability significantly impacts the quality of life, regardless of age. Our goal is to not just improve hearing, but to enhance the communication skills of hearing-impaired individuals, their family members and their friends.
The field of clinical Audiology emerged after WWII, when many veterans were returning with noise-induced hearing loss from constant exposure to artillery guns. The Audiology program at the University of Illinois Medical Center was developed in the late 1940s and as the clinical field began to grow, so did the program. Audiology became the specialty designated to identify and treat hearing loss in all ages. In 1983, the Division of Audiology was established at the University of Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmary.
For Comprehensive Audiological Evaluations
- Patient must be pre-approved for 2-3 visits
- CPT codes may be added to the referral if it is required by the Insurance Company.
- Audiogram – 92546, 92548, 92585, 92587, 92588
- Dizziness Vestibular – 92541, 92542, 92543, 92544, 92545, 92546,92585
- Physical Therapy – 97001, 97002
Note: If the referring Doctor wishes to discuss the process of referring patients for a CAE, he/shemay contact – David Klodd at (312) 355-3131.
Otology/Neurotology/Skull Base Surgery
Dr. Redleaf, MD
The Otology/Neurotology/Skull Base Surgery Center provides comprehensive evaluation and state-of-the-art treatment for patients with disorders of hearing and balance. Our expertise encompasses a broad spectrum of diseases, including chronic infections of the ear, hearing loss from infancy through adulthood, disorders of dizziness and balance and tumors of the cranial nerves and complex structures of the cranial base.