Visiting professor of otolaryngology and director of audiology at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine
David Klodd is an expert on the audiological assessment of patients with a range of hearing and balance disorders related to the inner ear.
In his clinical practice, he sees patients ranging in age from children to older adults and evaluates the need for assistive hearing devices including hearing aids, bone anchored hearing aids and cochlear implants.
He and his staff help patients adjust to their hearing devices by fitting and calibrating the devices, and by prescribing and leading extensive auditory training exercises to ensure patients get the most out of their listening devices.
- Hearing loss
- Hearing aids
- Bone-anchored hearing aids
- Cochlear implants
- Balance disorders
- Auditory training
In the News
May 6, 2014