Types of Neurosensory Disorders


At the UC Neurosensory Disorders Center, our experts provide state-of-the-art diagnosis and treatment for patients suffering from many different types of disorders of the senses. Sensory disorders generally fall into three major categories: hearing disorders, swallowing and voice disorders and/or taste and smell disorders. In addition, our neurosensory center also treats trigeminal neuralgia and facial pain. To learn more, please click below.

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