According to the American Tinnitus Association (ATA), approximately 50 million Americans experience tinnitus. That’s nearly one in every six of us. If you know more than six people (and we know you do), then chances are someone you’re close to is dealing with this irritating condition. How tinnitus affects those experiencing it differs from person to person. For some, it’s
Have you ever wondered how sound waves turn into the familiar sounds we hear and recognize every day? The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD), which developed Noisy Planet, has produced a two-and-a-half-minute animated video, Journey of Sound to the Brain, that follows sound waves as they pass through the ear canal and are changed to electrical
Please come join us for our grand opening/open house of our new main office location (803 E 68th St) on Wednesday, May 16th from 5pm-7pm. Come enjoy food and drinks and tour our new office location. The President of Oticon, one of the leading hearing aid companies, will be in attendance! Help us celebrate almost 40 years in practice!
Hearing aids typically last for 3-7 years or longer before they need to be replaced. But there are several other factors that you should consider. Your hearing loss can change over time, and so can your lifestyle, two very important factors that may signal it’s time for an update. Interested in learning about your upgrade options? Call us today! 912-351-3038
Did you know that there are several different types of hearing loss? Presbycusis (loss of hearing that occurs gradually as one ages) is the most common for those 55 and older. Exposure to loud noises also contributes to many with hearing damage. Genetics, birth defects, infections of the head or ear, excessive earwax (temporary hearing loss issue), and reactions to