If you find yourself struggling to hear others, you're not alone. Did you know that approximately 36 million American adults report some degree of hearing loss? Untreated hearing loss makes communicating at school, work, or in everyday situations more difficult. Hearing loss often results in a withdrawal from social situations and even depression. The good news is wearing hearing aids can restore your ability to communicate effectively, leading to a higher quality of life.
At Audiology of the Pines, our mission is to enhance the quality of life for our patients and to help them stay connected with their friends and family through prevention of hearing loss, evaluation and treatment.
We strive to provide the highest quality of hearing care with the most affordable hearing care prices. We always consider the individual needs of each patient, and offer choices to suit every lifestyle and budget.
Dr. Theresa N. Rogers is an Audiologist Specialist in Southern Pines, North Carolina. She graduated with honors in 2008. Having more than 27 years of diverse experiences in Audiologist, Dr. Theresa N. Rogers affiliates with no hospital, and cooperates with other doctors and specialists in the medical community.
What is a Doctor of Audiology?
A Doctor of Audiology, also called an audiologist, is a professional who diagnoses and treats hearing and balance problems. An audiologist has received an Au.D. (Doctorate in Audiology), or a Master's or Doctoral degree from an accredited university graduate program in audiology.
Audiologists are trained to diagnose, manage and treat hearing or balance problems for individuals from birth through adulthood.
If you or a family member suspect that you have a hearing problem or a balance problem, contact an audiologist. After carefully reviewing your health history and evaluating your hearing, an audiologist will determine whether your condition might be medically treatable and will refer you to an appropriate professional. If your condition is not medically treatable, he or she will review any recommendations for audiologic care or treatment which may include hearing aids, aural rehabilitation or balance therapy.