Eve graduated cum laude from of the University of Massachussetts, Amherst and received a Master of Science degree from Boston University. Eve is a licensed audiologist and has worked at Boston ENT Associates in Needham for 20 years. She is a valuable asset in the work-up and treatment of hearing loss, as well as evaluating problems such as ringing in the ears (tinnitus) and vertigo. Eve performs hearing tests on both adults and children. To reach Eve’s voice mail directly, call (781) 444-3478.
Eve Adler, MA CCC-A
Dr. Jessica Marlowe graduated cum laude from The State University of New York at Buffalo with a Bachelor of Arts in communicative sciences and disorders. She obtained her doctorate of audiology through the Northeast Ohio AuD Consortium, which consists of both The University of Akron and Kent State University. Dr. Marlowe completed her Fourth Year Externship of graduate school at The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, which has been rated the No. 2 hospital in the nation by U.S. News & World’s Report’s “2020-2021 Best Hospitals” rankings. Outside of clinic, Dr. Marlowe enjoys spending her time playing soccer and traveling.
- Adult hearing aids
- Tinnitus management
- Pediatric and adult diagnostic testing
- Videonystagmography (VNG) testing
- Prevention of noise induced hearing loss
Jessica joined Boston ENT in 2021 and practices from the West Roxbury location. She may be reached directly at (617) 318-5565.
Jessica Marlowe, Au.D
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Our audiology team conducts comprehensive hearing evaluations which include tympanometry, air and bone conduction, as well as word recognition testing. If a patient is a hearing aid candidate and decides to pursue amplification the audiologist would proceed with a hearing aid evaluation, fitting and follow-up appointment. The audiologists work with a range of hearing aid manufacturers and a specific hearing aid is recommended based on a patient’s lifestyle and needs.
At our West Roxbury office, Jessica Marlowe, Au.D., performs videonystagmography (VNG) testing to evaluate the vestibular (balance) system. Epley maneuvers (for a condition known as Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo) are incorporated into VNG (balance) testing and are also done individually on referral from a physician.
The first step in the diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss is a visit with one of our physicians, who will review your history and conduct a complete head and neck exam.
Our audiologist will then perform a comprehensive hearing evaluation which may include an audiogram, tympanometry, air and bone conduction, as well as word recognition testing.
Tinnitus is the perception of noise or ringing in the ears. It is a common problem that affects about 20% of the population. But tinnitus isn’t a condition itself — it’s a symptom of an underlying condition, such as age-related hearing loss, ear injury or a circulatory system disorder.
As bothersome as it may be, tinnitus usually isn’t a sign of anything more serious. Though it can worsen with age, for many people, treatment can improve the symptoms.
Symptoms of Tinnitus
Tinnitus may present itself in one or both ears. The sound perceived may range from a quiet background noise to one that can be heard even over loud external sounds. The most common are:
If a patient is a hearing aid candidate and decides to pursue amplification the audiologist would proceed with a hearing aid evaluation, fitting and follow-up appointment. The audiologists work with a range of hearing aid manufacturers and a specific hearing aid is recommended based on a patient’s lifestyle and needs.
Dr. Mason answers your questions about hearing losses, the causes and treatments.