Have you noticed the need to increase the volume of your radio or TV? Is it becoming more difficult to hear your daughter or grandchildren? Perhaps, you’ve started to notice a ringing in your ears even when it’s[…]
Maybe you need an ear curette.
To every ear a little wax must build. The ear has outer, middle, and inner sections. The ear canal, also known as the auditory canal, is a pathway that runs[…]
6 quick tips to select the right audiologist for you.
An audiologist is a healthcare professional that specializes in hearing and balance disorders. Their services help to improve life for individuals[…]
Can An Ear Infection Cause Hearing Loss?
The short answer: yes. Ear Infections if untreated can contribute to hearing loss, but the good news is that it can be treatable.[…]
What is Tinnitus, how it affects you, and treatments to seek
Susan, a healthy 50-year-old kindergarten teacher, began to hear the sound of a tea kettle blasting off in her ears. The sound was relentless[…]
Learn how to treat it here.
Hearing loss can be an incurable, degenerative condition, but the silver lining is, hearing loss can be treated Technological advances in hearing[…]
Hearing loss is a degenerative condition that can occur gradually through prolonged exposure to loud noises, genetics, as a side effect of other chronic medical conditions, or through presbycusis[…]
And Why You Need One!
Yearly checkups are part of your to-do-list every year, just like paying taxes or getting your tires rotated. But as you think about scheduling your[…]
How It Affects You
Hearing loss affects around 48 million and is defined as a reduced ability to hear sounds. About 10% of Americans who suffer from hearing loss[…]