Signs of Hearing Loss

Many people have difficulty believing or accepting that they have a hearing loss. One reason is that hearing loss often occurs so gradually that it’s not easy to notice at first. Often people discover their hearing loss from the negative reaction of others. People seem to mumble all of the time...

Causes of Hearing Loss

There are many factors that affect your hearing. These can range from physical damage and disease to the natural effects of time. Causes include: Long-term exposure to loud noises Diseases such as Meniere’s and Otosclerosis Neurological disorders, including strokes and tumors

How an Audiologist Can Help You

Audiologists are the primary health care professionals who evaluate, diagnose, treat, and manage hearing loss and balance disorders in adults and children. All of our Audiologists have received an Au.D. (Doctorate in Audiology) from accredited university programs in audiology. Why does that matt...

Audiologist vs. Dispenser

In the realm of hearing aid technology, there is a distinction to be made between doctors of audiology and hearing aid dispensers. While it’s true that a hearing aid dispenser must pass certain examinations and learn how to fit and sell hearing aids, becoming an audiologist requires more in-depth...