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Elmwood:5640 Jefferson Hwy

New Orleans, LA 70123

Uptown:4219 Magnolia Street

Suite 101, New Orleans, La 70115

Phone: 504-345-2984

Fax: 504-702-8441​

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“Very friendly environment. Very welcoming and great women in the office. ”Teriyaki C. of Marrero, LA   
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“I love his doctor and her secretary and everyone was so great with my grandson. ”Cynthia L. of New Orleans, LA   
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“The office staff and Doctor was very professional and made my experience very comfortable. I left the office feeling like my hearing was their number one concern. Great! Would refer my family and friends. ”Rosiland B. of Harvey, LA

“Very great, will give it a 100. Very friendly, will recommend to all my friends. ”Jatira L. of Marrero, LA   
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“The service was very, very professional. Dr. Joseph is very knowledgeable and thorough. I will definitely recommend her services to friends. Thank you. ”Debra L. of Marrero, LA   
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High Level Speech & Hearing Center

5640 Jefferson Highway

​Harahan, LA 70123

Phone: 504-345-2984

Fax: 504-702-8441




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Glossary of Key Terms

Audiologist- A health care professional who is trained to evaluate hearing loss and related disorders, including balance (vestibular) disorders and tinnitus (ringing in the ears) and to rehabilitate individuals with hearing loss and related disorders. Audiologists who have completed the doctoral degree are called Doctors of Audiology.

Normal Hearing- Normal hearing is identified as the ability to hear sounds that occur at 20 decibels or less. Anything greater is identified as some degree of hearing loss.

Sensorineural Hearing Loss - (SNHL) is a type of hearing loss in which the root cause lies in the vestibulocochlear nerve (cranial nerve VIII), the inner ear, or central processing centers of the brain. This type of hearing loss is a result of damage to the hair cells within the cochlea. This damage often results from a history of noise exposure, but can also be contributed to aging.

Conductive Hearing Loss - (CHL) occurs when there is a problem conducting sound waves anywhere along the route through the outer ear, tympanic membrane (eardrum), or middle ear (ossicles). This type of hearing loss may occur in conjunction with sensorineural hearing loss or alone. This type of hearing loss is common among children and is often a result of ear wax, ear infections, or fluid behind the ear drum.

Mixed Hearing Loss - (MHL) is a combination of conductive and sensorineural hearing loss, which means there is damage in both the outer or middle ear and in the inner ear. This type of hearing loss ranges in severity from mild to profound.

Tinnitus - Ringing or buzzing in the ear that is often a result of hearing loss. Tinnitus may also be caused by noise exposure, head trauma, ear wax, or fluid build up in the ears. 


Welcome to the patient resources section of  the High Level Hearing Technology website. Our patient resources section is intended to provide you with clear and accurate information about hearing loss. A wide variety of information is available to you. Please feel free to browse our resources library. You may identify each title, by simply hovering over the photographs below and then selecting the one that interests you most. You may also view our glossary of key terms below.

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