How Audiograms are Made and Analyzed

An audiogram is the output – in the form of a graph – of a test performed to assess the state of your hearing, and to help determine whether you have suffered any hearing loss. The audiometry test is very quick and comfortable. The test measures your ability to hear sounds at various decibel levels and […]

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Probable Causes of Your Tinnitus Symptoms

Ringing in the ears is a hearing ailment which impacts an estimated 50 million US residents somewhere between 60 and 75 years of age. More prevalent in men as compared to women, the key characteristic of tinnitus is hearing sounds which no one else can hear. Some tinnitus patients notice the tones as coming from their ears, […]

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Hearing Loss Facts that may Shock You

Are you searching for some facts and data to finally get a loved one to have a hearing test or be fitted for a hearing aid? Talking over some of the statistics related to the frequency, causes and effects of hearing problems may at long last encourage them to make that initial appointment. Here are […]

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How Musicians Can Lower the Chances of Future NIHL

In addition to all of them being musicians, what do Eric Clapton, Phil Collins, Ludwig van Beethoven and Jeff Beck have in common? All of these musicians experienced – as a result of playing the music they love – permanent hearing loss. I often work with musicians who have experienced hearing damage as a result […]

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