Audiology


The Most Common Myths About Tinnitus

The Most Common Myths About Tinnitus

September 18, 2019    Ask the Audiologist, Audiology, Health and Hearing loss, Hearing Loss, Hearing Tips, Tinnitus

MYTH: There is nothing I can do about my tinnitus.

FACT: Many people complain to health care professionals about ringing or buzz-ing in their ears and are told that there is little they can do about it. “Tinnitus is just something you will have to deal with,” they say. “Try to ignore it.” But the fact is that there is a LOT you can do to lessen the effects of tinnitus.

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Signia Styletto Hearing Aids

Signia Styletto Hearing Aids

September 4, 2019    Audiology, Health and Hearing loss, Hearing Aids

Most recently, Signia launched a new hearing aid model called the Styletto. The Styletto is the next step in hearing aid design, providing hearing aid wearers with a truly attractive hearing aid model paired with innovative rechargeable technology. Hearing aid wearers are saying the Signia Styletto fits their life perfectly and that the Styletto is easy to wear because it looks elegant and high tech, fitting their self-image and their lifestyle.

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8 Suggestions To Help You Hear Better Today

8 Suggestions To Help You Hear Better Today

August 28, 2019    Audiology, Hearing Tips

No matter how mild or severe your hearing is, there is something that you can do about it today!

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Does Your Doctor Talk To You About Hearing Loss?

Does Your Doctor Talk To You About Hearing Loss?

July 10, 2019    Audiology, Hearing Loss

What can YOU do? We encourage you to prompt your doctor to screen you for hearing loss, or simply asking about hearing loss would be helpful. It can be hard to admit you are experiencing hearing difficulty, or maybe you don’t even notice it, but it’s always a good idea to talk to you doctor about it. Your doctor may even appreciate hearing about your experiences and be eager to help!

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When Do I Need A Hearing Test?

When Do I Need A Hearing Test?

June 5, 2019    Ask the Audiologist, Audiology, Health and Hearing loss

Hearing is an essential part of communication. It involves the ability to detect and make sense of sound in our environment. A decline in hearing ability can lead to increased communication difficulty in all settings, especially background noise. Many people report being able to HEAR, but not UNDERSTAND. These symptoms mostly present themselves gradually; therefore people find themselves compensating for many years before actually getting tested. In certain instances, hearing loss can be sudden and should be diagnosed and treated immediately!

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