Hearing Aids and Phones

Hearing Aids and Phones

Hearing Aids and Phones Do you have trouble hearing when using your hearing aids and cell phones? Bluetooth? If it is an issue with a cell phone, the first thing to check is to see if your hearing aids have Bluetooth capability that would allow calls to be streamed...
Ringing In My Ears

Ringing In My Ears

WHY DO I HEAR RINGING IN MY EARS? Constant ringing, buzzing or clicking in the ears without the presence of an external sound source, is a condition called tinnitus. Tinnitus can be temporary, but more than often it is permanent. Approximately 740 million people...
What is an Audiologist?

What is an Audiologist?

What is an audiologist? Audiologists are the primary healthcare professionals who evaluate, diagnose, treat, and manage hearing loss and balance disorders in individuals of all ages. Audiologists undertake a minimum of an undergraduate degree through a recognized...
Untreated Hearing Loss

Untreated Hearing Loss

Possible Effects of an Untreated Hearing Loss: Do you constantly have to turn up the volume of the TV? Are you asking people to repeat themselves because you feel that they are mumbling? Do you have trouble remembering and problem solving? It might be due to a hearing...
Hearing Aids in Water?

Hearing Aids in Water?

Like anything electronic, hearing aids are susceptible to damage from moisture and water.  Unfortunately, exposing your hearing aids to moisture isn’t something that can always be avoided… Humid weather, rain, skin oil, and sweat are things we can’t do much about and...