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PaPa’s Story

PaPa’s Story

A grandfather finally came into our office for a hearing evaluation. He didn’t really want to be here, but he came in because his family kept bugging him about his hearing. He told us that he can hear what he wants to hear just fine and when his wife and children...
Healthy Eating Protects Hearing Health

Healthy Eating Protects Hearing Health

Of Course, Healthy Eating Habits Are Beneficial to Your Hearing Health. In the Blue Mountains Hearing Study, participants attended a comprehensive interview and hearing examination in which both self-reported and measured hearing impairments were assessed. What the...
Should You See an Audiologist or ENT?

Should You See an Audiologist or ENT?

At times, it can be confusing to know who you need to see about your hearing issues. But one’s diagnosis and treatment options can take longer to be discovered and implemented when one goes to the wrong specialist. When it comes to your hearing health, let’s take a...
Hearing Loss From RA

Hearing Loss From RA

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) can bring pain and swelling in the joints, fatigue, weakness, and even lumps or redness on the skin. But did you know hearing loss is associated with RA? Clinical trials have found higher rates of sensorineural hearing loss in patients with...
SiN Impairment

SiN Impairment

Speech in Noise (SiN) impairment is having difficulty discerning and understanding speech in the presence of background noise. This impairment occurs as a result of distortion of the sensory stimuli in the peripheral auditory systems and may also be influenced by...
New User?

New User?

Are you new to wearing hearing aids? Everyday, your hearing aid(s) offers a new sound experience. For this reason, it takes practice, patience and persistence to adjust successfully. New wearers will hear sounds and voices that may not have been heard for quite some...
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