hearing aids

July 24, 2019
How your brain processes a noisy environment

Experimental Hearing Aids Are Decoding What You Want To Hear

With an impeccable ability to filter sounds we want to hear from background noise, the brain is a brilliant asset when it comes to healthy hearing.
June 20, 2019
job hunting with hearing loss

Job Hunting With Hearing Loss

Applying for jobs is difficult enough but add in hearing loss and your job search just got a whole lot harder. According to the National Deaf
June 6, 2019

What Is Tinnitus And How Do You Manage It?

Tinnitus is abnormal ear noise. It is a condition that causes constant ringing, buzzing, hissing, humming, and clicking sounds. The American Tinnitus Association (ATA) estimates there
April 24, 2019
Holistic Movement In Audiological Care

The Holistic Movement In Audiological Care

Gone are the days where issues of sensorineural hearing loss were attributed solely to malfunctions of auditory mechanisms such as the cochlea or auditory nerve. In
April 9, 2019
chronic disease and hearing loss

Linking Chronic Disease and Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is a serious condition not to be taken lightly. Roughly 37.5 million American adults have some degree of hearing loss according to the National
March 8, 2019
What is normal hearing

Just What Is Normal Hearing?

When you hear that hearing is normal, do you ever wonder what normal is? Is there a number associated with normal hearing or hearing loss for
January 8, 2019
future of hearing aids

The Next Frontier: The Future Of Hearing Devices

Hearing aids have certainly come a long way from their humble origins. Long gone are the days of having to wear a bulky, heavy, and unattractive
December 6, 2018
Child with hearing loss

Supporting The Development Of A Child With Hearing Loss

Do you suspect your child has a hearing loss? If the answer is yes, it is crucial that you get a diagnosis and professional help as
November 20, 2018
distorted ear canals

Fitting Complications Of Small And Distorted Ear Canals

Hearing Aid fittings are highly individual processes that are dependent on the nature and degree of the hearing loss, the needs of the patient, and the
x

We use cookies to give you the best online experience. By agreeing you accept the use of cookies in accordance with our cookie policy.

I accept I decline Privacy Center Privacy Settings Learn More about our Cookie Policy