Welcome to Newport-Mesa Audiology
Balance and Ear Institute
Stop suffering and start living.
If you or a loved one suffer from recurring, undiagnosed or unexplained dizziness, balance or hearing-loss complaints, here’s some good news: lasting relief is closer than you think, thanks to the Newport-Mesa Audiology Balance and Ear Institute.
Founded by renowned vestibular (inner ear) physiologist Dr. Howard T. Mango,
the Institute is among the nation’s foremost authorities for the research, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of dizziness and balance disorders.
Getting patients back on their feet since 1977
Dr. Mango and his team have treated more than 30,000 patients for chronic balance, dizziness and hearing conditions, including tinnitus (ringing in the ears). So if you’re ready to return to activities you love, tell your specialist or primary care provider about the Newport-Mesa Audiology Balance and Ear Institute, or call for information today.
Audiological and Hearing Loss Solutions
As one of the nation’s most well-equipped audiological facilities, we serve an ever-growing number of adult, teen and pediatric cases. Our patients enjoy private, individualized attention from doctors of audiology.
Treatment options include a wide range of new and traditional devices, including Lyric ®, the world’s first 100% invisible, extended-wear hearing device. Dr. Mango is among the nation’s first audiologists certified to prescribe and fit this breakthrough medical technology.
““If you’ve gone through a battery of tests, nobody can find out what’s wrong with you. You feel dizzy, or not quite dizzy but off. You’ve done all the vertigo tests and you know it’s not vertigo. Everybody tells you it’s not vertigo and you know it’s not. Come and check out dizziland [Newport-Mesa Audiology Balance & Ear Institute]. Come and check out what Dr. Mango has to offer.”
~ Mark Cuban, Dallas TX
From Our Blog
Here it comes again. That sensation of moving or spinning while actually sitting or lying still. Could it be vertigo? There are different types of vertigo and this false sense of rotation is due to a variety of causes. Not all vertigo is alike. Often patients will hear the acronym ‘B-P-P-V’. So what is […]Read More
We’re not getting any younger. And our world seems to be getting noisier, and moving faster, by the moment. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 1 in 4 aged 65-74 have a disabling hearing loss. Many affected do not have hearing aids. And chances are likely that you know someone who […]Read More
DST. Daylight Saving Time is here and begins in the wee hours of Sunday March 13th. So when you turn in for bed on Saturday night, March 12th, you’ll set your clocks one hour ahead (unless you are in Hawaii, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, or most of Arizona). Over the years there have […]Read More