NRS 637B.050
“Practice of audiology” defined.

“Practice of audiology” means the application of principles, methods and procedures relating to hearing and balance, hearing disorders and related speech and language disorders and includes, without limitation:


The conservation of auditory system functions;


Screening, identifying, assessing and interpreting, preventing and rehabilitating auditory and balance system disorders;


The selection, fitting, programming and dispensing of hearing aids, the programming of cochlear implants and other technology which assists persons with hearing loss and training persons to use such technology;


Providing vestibular and auditory rehabilitation, cerumen management and associated counseling services;


Conducting research on hearing and hearing disorders for the purpose of modifying disorders in communication involving speech, language and hearing;


Providing referral services for medical diagnosis and treatment; and


At the request of a physician, participating in the diagnosis of a person.

Source: Section 637B.050 — “Practice of audiology” defined., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-637B.­html#NRS637BSec050.

Last Updated

Jun. 24, 2021

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