Seeking care for your acoustic neuroma is important
Even in this time of uncertainty, centers all over the country, including Mayo Clinic, are working hard to serve AN patients. These centers understand that finding the best treatment option depends on getting the right diagnosis as soon as possible.
Putting off care
Though it may feel safer to delay your appointments, waiting to be seen can bring its own set of risks as symptoms associated with acoustic neuroma can impact quality of life. Patients should seek care if they experience hearing loss, tinnitus, and sometimes dizziness or headaches. Receiving an accurate diagnosis in a timely manner can help prevent longer-term hearing damage, and alleviate some of these more debilitating symptoms. If at all possible, we encourage patients to seek safe acoustic neuroma care, and not delay due to COVID-19.
Safe in-person and virtual care.
At Mayo Clinic, we have put carefully designed and rigorously enforced safety precautions in place, which are successfully minimizing COVID-19 transmission risk. We welcome both new and existing patients for virtual and in-person care, in adherence with federal and state executive orders and guidance.
Learn more about Mayo Clinic’s safe in-person and virtual care.