WE ARE RE-OPENING OUR CENTERS.

Following guidelines of local, state and federal health officials, the CDC and the WHO, we have begun re-opening our hearing centers. However, the health of our patients, hearing care professionals and associates remains our top priority. For more information and a list of the locations that are open, click here.

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Mild Hearing Loss

Learn How Much Mild Hearing Loss Can Impact Your Daily Life Every day I test people of all ages who are experiencing difficulty understanding what is going on around them.  There are many times I test these people and find out that they have a mild hearing loss.  While in the audiology world, mild relates to a 21-40 dB hearing loss, there is nothing mild about… Read More

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Mixed Hearing Loss

What is Mixed Hearing Loss? When both conductive hearing loss and sensorineural hearing loss are present in one or both ears, it is referred to as mixed hearing loss. In this case, there is likely to be damage to the outer or middle ear as well as to the inner ear or auditory nerve. As with conductive hearing loss, an ear infection or malformation of the middle or outer… Read More

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Sensorineural Hearing Loss

What is Sensorineural Hearing Loss? Also referred to as noise-induced hearing loss, sensorineural hearing loss is caused by damaged or destroyed hair cells in the inner ear that no longer transfer sound information to the brain. Hearing loss of this sort is often caused by prolonged exposure to very loud noise, though auditory pathways (or hair cells that transfer sound) in the brain are sometimes abnormal… Read More

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Sudden Hearing Loss

by Dr. Jacki Reider Waking up in the morning and realizing your hearing has changed suddenly in one ear can be very scary!  If you experience a sudden or rapid change in your hearing, you need to seek immediate medical attention, preferably by an ear specialist like an otolaryngologist or an otologist.  Your examination should include a complete hearing test by an audiologist.  The audiologist will… Read More

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Cardiovascular Health and Your Hearing

by Dr. Jamie Gilgren Did you know there is a correlation between our cardiovascular health and our hearing health?  This correlation goes in both directions.  Cardiovascular problems can lead to hearing loss and hearing loss can lead to cardiovascular issues.I consider the cochlea to be the most delicate organ in our body. It is encapsulated in the hardest bone in our body, the mastoid bone. If… Read More

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Top Causes of Hearing Loss

There are several contributing factors to hearing loss. Some are preventable, others are not. No matter the cause, if you suspect hearing loss, have your hearing evaluated immediately. Noise Exposure: When exposed to loud sounds without wearing hearing protection, hearing loss is often the result. Aging: Hearing loss as a result of aging is usually related to the loss of inner ear hair cells. Foreign Body: A complete… Read More

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Hearing Aid Insurance to Protect Your Investment

Today, numerous insurance plans are helping to reduce the costs associated with treating hearing loss and gaining better hearing through hearing aid technology. At Hearing Rehab Centers, we happily work with a large number of local and national insurance plans to ensure all patients are able to take advantage of their benefits. Below is a list of the major insurance providers we commonly support but… Read More

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Hearing Aid Styles and Models

We offer a wide variety of hearing aid styles to provide optimal comfort when worn. These styles include both in-the-ear and behind-the-ear options that come in many different sizes. Depending on the degree of your hearing loss, our invisible-in-canal size may be preferred as these small hearing aids sit comfortably in the ear canal and are nearly invisible when being worn. Below is a list… Read More

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Job Description – Hearing Instrument Specialist

Job Description – Hearing Instrument Specialist

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Could You Be Suffering From High Frequency Hearing Loss?

Your family members may have told you that they are concerned about your hearing. You may even have shrugged off their worries because your hearing problems “come and go.” You might have no trouble hearing the television, but repeatedly ask young children to repeat themselves. If you notice a difference in your hearing with different sounds, people, and environments, you could be suffering from high… Read More

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