The South Lafourche area now has a dedicated audiology clinic. Doctor of Audiology Elizabeth Thibodaux Williams, Au. D., CCC-A serves patients at the Bayou Hearing Clinic.
Located in Galliano just north of Lady of the Sea Hospital, the clinic will serve the area with a convienient location and quality service.
Bayou Hearing Clinic, LLC, is a locally owned and operated private practice audiology clinic located in Cut Off just 1/4 mile north of Lady of the Sea Hospital.
The clinic, owned by Elizabeth Thibodaux Williams, Au. D., is opened Monday thru
Friday, 9 to 4, with the option of after hour appointments as needed.
The clinic offers services for children and adults for hearing screenings, comprehensive hearing evaluations, hearing aid fittings, follow-ups, check-ups, custom made ear plugs, and industrial hearing testing.
Pictured at the ribbon cutting ceremony, from left to right, are office manager Jennifer Ledet Bouzigard, M.F.A., Dr. Elizabeth Williams, and receptionist Sara Thibodaux, B.A.
Call 325-HEAR for more information.
Do I need a hearing test?
Signs and Symptoms of Hearing Loss
- Do you hear, but not understand, what is being said?
- Do you have trouble hearing the television and/or radio?
- Do you feel that other people seem to mumble or talk too quickly?
- Do you have difficulty hearing people talk when there is background noise such as at a restaurant or a social gathering?
- Do you find yourself watching the mouths of people as they talk?
- Do you experience ringing, pain, or fullness in one or both ears?
- Do you frequently ask people to repeat what they say?
- Is anyone in your family hard of hearing or deaf?
- Do you find it difficult to understand others over the telephone?
- Do you tend to hear male voices more easily than female voices?
If you suspect a hearing loss contact a hearing specialist as soon as possible.
A hearing care professional determines whether or not a hearing loss is present. If no hearing loss exists, you won't need any further help. In the case where a hearing loss is present, the kind and degree of your hearing loss is determined individually for each ear and charted in a document called an audiogram.