Common Hearing Impairment Among Military Veterans

One segment of our population hugely impacted by hearing loss issues is the military, specifically our military veterans. In fact, tinnitus is the number one health condition at VA medical centers across the country, with hearing loss coming in at…

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How Hearing Loss Affects School Performance

Hearing loss in children has a significant impact on their academic performance in school. This has been proven through extensive research and numerous studies over several years’ time. Multiple studies were done at Vanderbilt University in Nashville TN over a…

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Simple Treatment Can Minimize Hearing Loss Triggered By Loud Noises

Today most of us live in a noisy environment, surrounded almost constantly by a barrage of noises, ranging from seemingly harmless TV shows or radio tunes to clearly ear-offending noises like construction sounds and traffic noise. In many cases, some…

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Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty; Clearing Several Misconceptions

Over the past year, I’ve seen more prospective patients interested in learning more about non-surgical rhinoplasty. However, many of those patients were not ideal candidates for the procedure. Of course, who would not want an immediate solution for characteristics of…

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Arthritis Patients Should be Screened for Hearing Loss – The Hearing Review – June 2016

Rheumatoid Arthritis affects 1% of the general population and can also impact other systems of the body, including the auditory system. Sensorineural hearing loss is the most common type of health related issue in RA patients. According to The Open…

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There is still time!

Come in and take advantage of our free hearing screenings for the month of May – Better Speech and Hearing Month. Call us at 609-897-0203

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Ear Infection Rates in US Infants Have Dropped – The Hearing Review – June 2016

The University of Texas Medical Branch conducted a study and found that the rate of ear infections during a baby’s 1st year has declined in the US. Researchers believe that this can be attributed to the increased rate in breastfeeding,…

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OTICON OPN

we have had wonderful feedback from our patients wearing the new Oticon OPN devices. This device truly has been a game changer in the hearing healthcare industry. Don’t wait and call us today at 609-897-0203 to schedule your appointment.

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Sounds Can Help Autistic Children Develop Speech – The Hearing Review – May 2016

Children with autism or other similar disorders are able to develop speech, gestures and a sense of rhythm when exposed to various speech sounds according to linguistic researchers from the University of Gothenburg (Sweden).

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Clinical Studies Show Advanced Hearing Aid Technology Reduced Listening Effort – The Hearing Review – April 2016

Improving speech understanding has always been an area of improvement that hearing aid technology has been working on. However, it is just as important to consider the amount of listening effort that is required by a patient. Listening with a…

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