Tinnitus Screener

Yes Sometimes No 1 Because of your tinnitus, is it difficult for you to concentrate? 2 Do you complain a great deal regarding your tinnitus? 3 Do you feel as though you cannot escape your tinnitus? 4 Does your tinnitus make you feel confused? 5 Because of your tinnitus, do you feel frustrated? 6 Do […]

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Helpful Products

Earplugs & Earmuffs Earplugs and earmuffs help prevent hearing damage from noise exposure, and can help protect against both hearing loss and tinnitus. Earplugs are inserted inside the ear canals, and earmuffs go over your ears. Earplugs are available in a variety of styles and may be made of foam, silicone, or other flexible materials. […]

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Signs of Pediatric Hearing Loss

Hearing loss affects people of all ages—even newborns and toddlers. Children who develop a hearing impairment don’t just face the everyday challenges of others with hearing loss; their speech and language development is at risk, increasing the likelihood of social and behavioral problems as they age. For this reason, early intervention is crucial. Even a […]

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Hearing Loss FAQs

What is an Audiologist? Audiologists are health-care professionals who evaluate, diagnose, treat and manage hearing loss, tinnitus and balance disorders. An Audiologist must hold a minimum of a master’s degree in audiology; many receive doctoral degrees in audiology. How do I know if I have Hearing Loss? Hearing loss is a natural part of the […]

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Helpful Links

Resound Phonak Oticon Widex Hearing Loss Association of America American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery American Tinnitus Association Hearing Health Foundation BHI (Better Hearing Institute) ASHA (American Speech and Hearing Assoc) AAA (American Association of Audiologists)

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Patient Forms

Once you have made your appointment, please download and print the forms below. Bringing the completed forms to your first visit will help expedite the registration process. If you have any questions about which forms should be completed, contact our office at . Patient Intake Patient Intake Pediatric Record Release Medical Clearance for Hearing Aid […]

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Assistive Listening Devices

Assistive listening devices are a collection of technology that is used to help those with hearing loss hear better in complicated listening environments. These systems can be used in large facilities, such as a conference center, or small settings with one-on-one conversations. An audio-induction system, also called an audio loop or hearing loop, is a […]

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Hearing Aid Repairs

Hearing aids are complicated electronic devices. In order to keep the device in working order, proper at-home care and scheduled maintenance and programming updates at The Audiology Offices are needed. Daily Cleaning Hearing aids are very susceptible to buildups of earwax and moisture. To combat this, the hearing aid should be cleaned daily. A wax […]

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