The Audiology & Vestibular Center at Kendall was the brainchild of a group of ear, nose, eye, and throat physicians in the mid 1970s. The practice is still around all these years later in the same office building in Kendall, Florida. We have changed quite a bit since then. It is now run by clinical audiologists who are board certified and state licensed.
Our office uses the latest technology for assessing the hearing and balance functions of the ear. We also have state-of-the-art technology for testing newborn babies and infants.What We Do
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