Lynn Fickes, audiologist at the MidState Ear, Nose & Throat Center, began her journey in the hearing healthcare field in high school, and has since worked hard to provide proper care to those in need.
When some people begin to notice they are experiencing hearing loss, they may realize that they have more hearing loss in one ear than the other.
Just like we have two ears to have well-rounded hearing, people who wear hearing aids should wear two instruments.
With two locations in New Jersey in Clifton and East Brunswick, Dr. Granville Brady serves patients who suffer from hearing loss and balance problems related to hearing issues with the use of the latest in the field's technology.
Being able to hear clearly out of both ears increases the ability to understand noises, and decreases the amount of strain on the ears.
In a controlled animal study, a drug used to treat epilepsy shows promise in helping to treat tinnitus.
The ears are designed to pick up sounds and transmit them through waves into the brain, but do you ever wonder why we have two instead of one?
As a hearing aid wearer himself, Paul Ashbrook opened up Ashbrook Audiology & Hearing Aid Centers Inc. in 2003, and has since expanded with a total of three offices in Martinsville, Danville and Stuart, Virginia.
Millions of Americans are affected by a certain degree of hearing loss, but many do not address the issue until years after experiencing symptoms. Here are a few of the biggest reasons to head to the audiologist:
As part of Better Hearing Month, Dr. Paul Dybala, President of Healthy Hearing, discusses the importance of living a hearing healthy lifestyle.
There is a lot of science that goes into modern hearing testing standards. A hearing test is set up to be a carefully controlled examination of your hearing ability.
After opening its doors in January 1995, Audiological Services in Lufkin, Texas, has committed to serving the community with personalized hearing healthcare.
Getting your hearing examined is a painless and noninvasive procedure that will determine your level of hearing loss and any damage to the nerve, eardrum or cochlea.
Multiple studies investigate link between hearing loss and analgesic medication.
Experiencing hearing loss can pose a safety threat to your and others' health.
To determine the best type of hearing aids to suit your needs, your audiologist will go through several tests with you to determine the level of hearing loss, patterns and more.
Oticon announces 2013 "Focus on People" Award recipients.
Former New York Times editor and now author, Katherine Bouton, discusses hearing loss stigmas, the future of hearing healthcare and how her life changed when she suddenly lost her hearing.
When you're getting hearing loss treatment, there are two different ways that audiologists will test you.
Since 1984, Kos/Danchak Audiology & Hearing Aids has had its doors open to the public in Arlington, Texas.
Hearing problems can make it challenging to live your daily life. It may be hard to have conversations with friends, family and coworkers, and can even cause embarrassment and frustration.
Fingerspelling is the manual alphabet used in American Sign Language and is performed using a variety of hand gestures.
Oticon Medical's Scientific Meeting draws leading surgeons from North America, Europe, Israel and Turkey to discuss tissue preservation surgery.
Four teams of RIT/NTID students competed for The Next Big Idea and $10,000 in prizes for their innovative business ideas that could benefit the deaf and hard-of-hearing community.