Resources

Our hearing resources educate patients on hearing loss treatment, hearing aids and many audiology services that are available in the hearing industry.

Why Wait?

75% wait for years, even after diagnosis to get hearing aids. Why?

Hearing And Your Loved Ones

7 out of 10 people said having hearing aids improves their relationships with those closest to them.

How Can Hearing Aids Better My Life?

Several different scientific reviews conducted over the years have shown that the use of hearing aids leads to significant improvement in the quality of life of those with hearing loss.

Successful People You Didn’t Know Wear Hearing Aids

From William Shatner to Phil Collins – you may not have realized these celebrities suffer from Hearing Loss.

Communication Strategies

Strategies for Hearing Person to Communicate with Person who has a Hearing Loss

What is Otosclerosis?

It’s estimated that more than 3 million Americans are affected by otosclerosis. Otosclerosis is a relatively common ca...

Hearing Loss Prevention

Hearing loss can be caused by many things including earwax blocking the ear canal, health disorders & medical condit...

10 Ways to Identify Hearing Loss

Identifying a hearing loss is easy, right? It might surprise you to learn that identifying a hearing loss is not actuall...

Myths vs. Facts about Hearing Loss & Hearing Aids

There are many myths out there about hearing loss and hearing aids due to the long-time stigma associated with both. How...

5 Benefits of Hearing Aids

Hearing loss can have a wide reaching impact on your life. While improved hearing is the most obvious benefit to wearing...

Available Hearing Aid Features

Hearing aid technology has been around for a while now, and the devices have come a long way since inception. The hearin...

What is Perichondritis?

Your ears are made up of a number of different parts. They can be categorized into three main parts: Your outer ear, you...

Hearing Aid Maintenance Guide

If you have hearing loss, your hearing aids are one of your most important possessions, helping you communicate with tho...

Rechargeable vs. Disposable Hearing Aid Batteries

While we often focus on making the right choice in a hearing aid, the importance of selecting the right hearing aid batt...

What is Purulent Labyrinthitis?

Purulent labyrinthitis is an infection in your inner ear that can affect your hearing and balance. What is Purulent Laby...

What is Myringitis?

Myringitis is a type of ear infection. It is a type of acute otitis media. Myringitis may be caused by a variety of bact...

Free Hearing Loss Checklist

Your ears and your hearing are very fragile, if lost, it cannot be recovered. Your hearing is so important for communica...

Glossary of Hearing Loss Terms

Aa   Acoustic Having to do with sound or hearing. The acoustic nerve (the 8th cranial nerve) is concerned with hear...

Pulsatile Tinnitus: What You Should Know

Are you experiencing a thumping or whooshing sound in one or both of your ears? Does this sound follow the steady rhythm...

Occupational Noise Exposure: What You Should Know

One of the biggest and most notable impacts on our hearing throughout our lives is often associated with workplace or oc...

How Hearing Aids Work

Do you know how hearing aids work? If you thought that hearing aids just make sounds louder, you would be incorrect. It...

What is Enlarged Vestibular Aqueduct (EVA)?

Mondini first described Enlarged Vestibular Aqueduct (EVA) in 1791. Also known as “Large” Vestibular Aqueduc...

Hearing Loss Questionnaire

Symptoms of Hearing Loss In the U.S. alone, an estimated 30 million people have some form of hearing loss. The inability...

What is Temporary Threshold Shift (TTS)?

Exposure to noise may not appear to be a significant threat, but it can have a significant impact on your hearing. There...

10 Ways to Manage Your Hearing Loss

Roughly 15% of American adults report some degree of hearing loss. That would be almost 38 million people who encounter ...

Health Conditions

Many people notice that their hearing has changed but are reluctant to seek help. Unfortunately, too many people wait ye...

Nighttime Noise: What You Should Know

Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) is a form of hearing loss that is caused by exposure to dangerous noise. It’s estima...

Connectivity Products

“Plug And Play” Bluetooth Wireless Solutions The Direct Link Streamer Wireless connectivity has opened up a world of...

Real Ear Measurement Explained

The ability to hear speech and sounds more clearly, known as audibility improvement, is the goal of hearing aid devices....

Thyroid Disorders and Hearing Loss: What You Should Know

Did you know that our ability to hear can be an indicator of our overall health? Our auditory system is a sophisticated ...

Common Causes of Hearing Loss

There are quite a few different common causes of hearing loss. While it is usually associated with ageing, noise-induced...

What is Usher Syndrome?

Hearing loss is estimated to affect almost 50 million Americans. The most common causes of hearing loss include: aging, ...

What is Binaural Hearing?

Humans naturally have what’s known as binaural hearing, which is the ability to hear in two ears. Often, individua...

What is Susac Syndrome?

Almost 50 million Americans are affected by a hearing impairment. While the most common causes include natural aging (pr...

Autoimmune Inner Ear Disease (AIED) Explained

The human body is a marvel. We literally have the capacity to heal ourselves from within. It’s a remarkable feat when ...

Listening Exercises to Help Improve Communication Skills

Hearing loss can have a big impact on your daily life. If you are one of the estimated 48 million Americans with difficu...

Reverse-Slope Hearing Loss

Reverse-slope hearing loss (RSHL) is not the most common type of hearing loss, but it is still important to understand w...

One-Sided Hearing Loss

Have you noticed you only have a problem hearing in one ear? One-sided hearing loss is not something that is a common oc...

Noise Induced Hearing Loss

You may not consider noise to pose a significant threat to your health, but it can have a big impact on your hearing. Pe...

Early Hearing Loss Detection and Prevention

Hearing loss in both adults and children is becoming more and more common in America. That is why early hearing loss det...

Hearing Loss Resources in Las Vegas

It’s estimated that there are over 40,000 individuals in Nevada aged 18-64 with some difficulty hearing. That’s an e...

5 Common Questions about Tinnitus

More than 25 million Americans experience tinnitus, according to figures from the National Institute on Deafness and Oth...

What is Ototoxic Hearing Loss?

Any substance that is poisonous to the ear, specifically components of the auditory nerve or cochlea, is described as ot...

Hearing Loss Statistics

According to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD), roughly 15% of adults aged 18...

Helping a Loved One with Hearing Loss

If you have realized that a loved one has hearing loss, we are here to help you too. Hearing loss not only affects the p...

Online Tools for Hearing Loss

Almost 15% of the population in the U.S. are affected by hearing loss. Hearing loss can make communication challenging i...

5 Reasons To Get Your Hearing Checked

When it comes to our health, many adults will have our eyes checked on an annual basis, but not our hearing. When it com...

Tips for Caregivers of People with Hearing Loss

Are you a caregiver for someone who you suspect has a hearing loss?  If you are, it’s important to understand that a ...

Aural Rehabilitation

Aural rehabilitation, sometimes referred to as A.R. or aural rehab, aims to mitigate the impact that hearing loss can ha...

What is Hyperacusis?

Until you experience hearing loss, it’s difficult to imagine just how many different ways it can affect your life. Hea...

Hearing Aid Fitting Process: What To Expect

Now that you are picking up your new hearing aids, you are probably a bit nervous, excited, scared, unsure and anxious. ...

Average Lifespan of Hearing Aids

Hearing aids don’t last forever, but there are things you can do to ensure that you get the optimal usage out of them ...

What is a Monaural Hearing Aid?

Hearing loss isn’t a new phenomenon. As such, people have been looking for ways to help treat their hearing loss for c...

What is Superior Canal Dehiscence?

Superior canal dehiscence syndrome (SCDS) is a condition that can cause problems with your balance and / or your hearing...

Top 5 Hearing Aid Accessories for Active Lifestyles

Almost 40 million Americans over the age of 18 report some level of difficulty hearing. For many, hearing aid devices he...

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