Before any audiologist initiates any aural rehabilitation for an individual, the audiologist
shall have in his or her possession evidence of a current otologic examination performed
by a physician or the audiologist shall issue a written statement that the individual
has been informed that he or she may have a medically or surgically remediable hearing
loss and should seek the advice of a physician. The audiologist and the individual receiving aural rehabilitation shall sign the statement
and a copy of the statement shall be provided to the individual. All vestibular testing performed by an audiologist shall be done at the referral of
a physician and, whenever possible, at the referral of an otolaryngologist or neurologist.
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