CNI Center for Hearing
- Advanced, comprehensive care for a wide variety of hearing disorders
- Fellowship-trained ear surgeon, audiologists, speech-language therapists, and auditory-verbal therapists
- Region's largest, most comprehensive, busiest cochlear implant program
- CNI Cochlear Kids Camp for Cochlear kids and families
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We have many exciting stories!
May is Better Hearing & Speech Month!
Patient Story of the Month:
Monkey See, Monkey Do… The Story of Claire Torres and Her Cochlear Implant, Ivy
A story of awareness for Better Hearing and Speech Month
CNI Patient of the Month:
The CNI Center for Hearing provides high-quality, comprehensive care for patients living with a wide variety of ear disorders, utilizing a collaborative, team approach that brings together top specialists from various disciplines, including fellowship-trained neurotologists (ear surgeons), audiologists, neurosurgeons, speech-language therapists, and auditory-verbal therapists. These experts work together to provide highly coordinated and personalized care that addresses the full range of each patient’s diagnostic and treatment needs.
The CNI Center for Hearing offers advanced resources and technology to improve sound detection and communication abilities for both children and adults with severe or profound hearing loss. The center currently includes two Englewood practices and operates one of the largest, most comprehensive and busiest cochlear implant programs in the region. Cochlear implants, a technological miracle that brings the recipient from the deaf world to the hearing world, has been shown to be one of the most cost-effective, advanced medical technologies in the world today. The center is also active in research for the development of new cochlear implant devices and serves as a leading training facility.
- Acoustic Neuromas
- Chronic Ear Infections (Otitis Media)
- Dizziness, Vertigo and Balance Disorders
- Facial Nerve Problems (Bell’s Palsy)
- Hearing Loss (Progressive and Sudden)
- Ménière's disease
- Skull-based tumors
The CNI Center for Hearing provides a full complement of diagnostic testing and today’s most advanced treatments for adults and children, including cochlear implants and implantable hearing aids. These services and resources are provided through the collaborative efforts of both the Rocky Mountain Ear Center and Denver Ear Associates, private practices providing patient evaluations, diagnoses, and treatment services, and the non-profit CNI Rocky Mountain Cochlear Implant Center, the largest, most comprehensive, and busiest cochlear implant program in the region. The Rocky Mountain Cochlear Implant Center also serves as a training facility for physicians from North and South America who are learning cochlear implant surgical techniques. Surgical instruction is provided at CNI’s Mile-Hi Sertoma MicroSurgical Teaching Lab.
Outreach & Support Programs
The CNI Center for Hearing offers numerous outreach, support and charitable programs to help adults and children with serious hearing impairments. These include:
David C. Kelsall, MD
Other CNI Physician Members for Hearing Disorders:
Robert S. Feehs, MD
Robert P. Muckle, MD
Daniel M. Zeitler, MD