Category Archives: Audiology

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    How do you know your Hearing aids are working properly?

    Posted on November 24, 2014 by in Audiology

    In an effort to keep up with your life, you take care of the things you rely on every day. You make certain that your vehicle is maintained properly, your financial accounts are providing you a comfortable level of security and you’ve probably adjusted your diet at one time or another to improve your health. To be certain that you are getting the greatest satisfaction, you test drove your car before you purchased it, compared bankers against industry standards before […]

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    Personal Sound Amplification Products (PSAP) are no substitute for hearing aids.

    Posted on July 2, 2014 by in Audiology

    The beautiful thing about the world we live in is that we are seeing technology advance at a pace faster than we’ve ever seen before.  Audiology and hearing-related products are no exception to these exciting advancements.  But as with any technology, it is critical for individuals to know when it is appropriate and best to use it.  For example, cell phones are great for getting driving directions, but you shouldn’t be driving and texting. Yes, you could… but should you? […]

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    Choosing the Right Hearing Aid for You

    Posted on October 14, 2013 by in Audiology, How to

    After months of blasting the volume on the television, yelling into the phone, and straining to hear in social situations, you have decided it’s time to seek help for your hearing loss. Perhaps you have realized that your child or elderly parent could add quality to their life with an assistive listening device. There are so many commercials and websites advertising the “Best” hearing aid for you, but how could they possible know? The short answer to that question is: […]

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  • Audiology 101 – Some Basics

    Posted on August 25, 2011 by in Audiology

    WHAT IS AN AUDIOLOGIST Audiologists are the only professionals who are university trained and licensed to identify, evaluate, diagnose, and treat audiologic disorders of hearing. Audiologists may practice in Private Audiology Offices, Hospitals, Medical Practices, Universities, Public Schools, Private and Public Agencies. All individuals with suspected hearing loss require audiological evaluation to determine the type, degree, and cause of the hearing impairment. Insurance companies and managed care organizations are realizing that efficient cost-effective hearing health care requires that primary care […]

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