Allergies and Hearing Loss – They’re Related!

Are you struggling to hear? Do you have constant ringing, buzzing, or other sounds in your ear? Are you experiencing sinus pressure? A runny nose? Itchy eyes? You may be tempted to think it’s a hearing concern or allergies, but what if it’s both? Both tinnitus and hearing loss can be connected to allergies! Within…
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Why is Hearing Aid Maintenance Important?

Did you know hearing aid maintenance can affect the lifespan of your hearing aids? It’s important to clean your hearing aids routinely, so you can rest assured that they will last many years and work at maximum quality. The goal for hearing aid maintenance is to keep your hearing aids in well enough shape over…
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Tinnitus and Suicidal Behavior

Written by Sonia Hamidi, Au.D, CCC-A 2020 was a very difficult year for many of us, and more so for some than others. The increased number of suicides from year to year is jaw-dropping. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Data & Statistics Fatal Injury Report for 2018, as of March…
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Hybrid Approach to Hearing treatment: Remote and In-Person Care

Written by Sonia Hamidi, Au.D., CCC-A The New Normal Our world has significantly changed over the course of the last few months. COVID-19 has created many firsts for numerous individuals, including Audiologists. Audiology care has to evolve with the given circumstances in order to serve our patients with the utmost quality of care.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXPpwysfohs Remote…
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“I hear people but can’t understand them”

Written by Dr. Kalene Gutman, Au.D., CCC-A As an audiologist, the most common complaint I hear is difficulty understanding; my patients tell me, “I can hear people talking, but it’s not always clear”. This phenomenon can worsen as we age. It is caused by age-related changes in the body. Overuse of the inner ear over our…
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The Link Between Balance and Hearing Loss

The struggle with balance disorders plagues a large part of our population. Many of us have felt dizzy or off-balance, but to be challenged by it on a daily basis can be detrimental to a person’s life. But in case you didn’t know, the link between balance and hearing loss is unmistakable. What happens to…
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Dr. Alexis Goldberg: Tune in to avoid tuning out

Written by Dr. Alexis Goldberg, Au.D. The more birthdays that we encounter, our body gradually deteriorates. It is this unavoidable thing called life, believe it or not. No matter who you are, no matter where you are from, and no matter what you may have, we are all headed down the same path. Rather than…
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Dr. Meryl Miller: Why do I recommend the Lyric hearing aid?

By Dr. Meryl Miller For years I worked with a patient that was never happy with his hearing aid.  He had one completely deaf ear and one ear with hearing loss so he needed one hearing aid.  He had tried every different type and style of hearing aid and always used the best technology, and he…
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The Benefits of Telehealth for Hearing Loss

With the evolving field of telehealth, The Hearing Center at ENT Institute is pleased to offer Virtual Hearing Aid Appointments. Remote Audiology services will give hearing loss patients the option to have access to our Doctor of Audiology from the comfort of their homes. Not only will remote services improve our quality of care given…
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Tinnitus and Suicidal Behavior

2020 has been a very difficult year for many of us. More so for some than others. The increased number of suicides from year to year is jaw-dropping. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Data & Statistics Fatal Injury Report for 2018, as of March 1, 2020, Suicide is the 10th…
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3 Causes of Vertigo

The sensation of vertigo is extremely disruptive, usually deterring us from getting anything done. Sometimes it can even be alarming, depending on the severity of symptoms, leading to questions like “what’s causing this?”, “is there something wrong?”, and “why is the floor now the ceiling?”. Luckily, there are a few ways to identify the causes…
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When should you see an ear, nose, and throat doctor?

If you’re reading this, you may not know what an ear, nose, and throat doctor even is. Most times, when you’re struggling with allergies or a sinus infection, running to urgent care is the best course of action. We’re not blaming you either. What else is there to do? Where else is there to go?…
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