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The 33 million Americans who suffer with hearing loss are loved by someone who wants to help.

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Patient Stories

Sometimes it’s nice to know that there are happy, satisfied people who are excited to be hearing again.

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Hearing Aids

The truth, if you are hearing impaired, you will benefit from wearing hearing aids, period.

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Some things you may want to know but didn’t know who to ask about hearing loss and hearing aids.

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Can I Wait to Get a Hearing Aid?

Dec 13, 2017

You know you’re having problems hearing and you know you probably need a hearing aid.  What you really want to know is, “How long can you wait to get a hearing aid?”  We all have issues that we’d rather avoid, for example we put off going to the dentist or to the doctor unless we’re in pain.  You’d probably get to a hearing healthcare provider more quickly if a hearing loss caused pain, but that’s not typically the first sign of a hearing loss. When you first


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What Does it Mean if I Have a Sensorineural Hearing Loss?

Dec 06, 2017

According to the American Speech, Language and Hearing Association (ASHA), a sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) occurs when there is damage to the inner ear (cochlea), or to the nerve pathways from the inner ear to the brain. Most of the time, a SNHL cannot be medically or surgically corrected. This is the most common type of permanent hearing loss. SYMPTOMS OF A SENSORINEURAL HEARING LOSS MAY INCLUDE Loud sounds may bother you more than someone without a SNHL Difficulty following conversations when two or more people are talking Difficulty hearing


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Tips for Dining Out if You Have a Hearing Loss

Nov 29, 2017

One of the more challenging listening situations for individuals with a hearing loss is trying to communicate in a restaurant.  Even the most elegant restaurants tend to be on the noisy side.  Numerous conversations are going on all around you, dishes and silverware are constantly clanging and music is playing in the background.  And being in a seated position eliminates your ability to move closer to the person or persons you want to hear. The Better Hearing Institute has published a comprehensive list of helpful tips


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A Brief Tutorial on Tinnitus

Nov 22, 2017

Tinnitus (pronounced “tin-it-tus”) is an abnormal noise in the ear.  It is extremely common – nearly 36 million Americans have tinnitus.  More than half of the normal population has intermittent tinnitus.  About 6% of the general population has what they consider to be “severe” tinnitus.   Tinnitus may be in both ears or just in one ear.  Seven million Americans are so severely affected that they cannot lead normal lives. PEOPLE DESCRIBE TINNITUS IN MANY WAYS Ringing Buzzing Hissing Whistling Clicking Pulsing Roaring Whooshing TYPES OF TINNITUS There are two different categories or kinds of tinnitus. Subjective tinnitus is tinnitus only you


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