Our Mission Statement

At Campbell Ear, Nose and Throat we are dedicated to providing superior patient care with unrelenting attention to clinical excellence, patient empathy and an unparalleled passion to assure the very best healthcare to our patients with hearing loss by employing medical strategies, surgical intervention, hearing devices and assistive listening products.

Combining excellent service with a desire to meet the needs of each individual patient is our primary concern.  Our goal is to find the best solution options that will satisfy the personal needs of each patient.  This incorporates the idea of recognizing people as individuals with very different cultural backgrounds, lifestyles, and priorities.  Realizing what may be right and meet the needs of one patient might be completely inappropriate and unacceptable for another patient, even though their hearing loss and disorder may seem fairly similar.

We want to give our patients the opportunity to maintain or regain their confidence, self-esteem and independence within the hearing world.

 

Hearing Aids

Hearing Aids

Although our office has an account with the major hearing aid manufactures including Phonak, ReSound, Siemens, Widex, Starkey and Unitron we primarily recommend products from Oticon to our patients.  Oticon was founded in Denmark in 1904 and has expanded to become a world leader in the development of amplification systems.  Their research department has been key to many of the important advances in digital technology, which have revolutionized the sophisticated products we have available for our patients today.

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Hearing Loss

About Hearing Loss

There are a number of medical conditions which can contribute to hearing loss. Problems such as impacted earwax, a perforated eardrum, an infection in the ear canal or behind the eardrum in the middle ear cavity, and calcification of the joints between the small bones in the middle ear are a few of the more common medical conditions of the ear. Hearing loss from medical problem like these can often he corrected through medical treatment. This type of hearing loss is called conductive because the medical condition creates a blockage which prevents the sound waves from traveling efficiently through the outer and/or middle ear to the Inner ear. 

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Signs of Hearing Loss

Signs of Hearing Loss (Questionnaire)

The ability to communicate easily and effectively is essential for maintaining healthy, happy relationships with your family and friends. To help you identify areas where you might be having communication difficulties, please read the questionnaire below.

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Cochlear Implant Technology

Cochlear Implant Technology

In the past, candidates for cochlear implants had to travel to Chicago or Indianapolis for this surgical procedure, as well as numerous post surgical consultation and cochlear implant programming (mapping) visits.  Now Dr. Disher offers this surgical procedure at the South Bend Specialty Surgery Center, and ongoing services are provided by the audiological specialists at our 100 Navarre Place office.

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