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Podcast: Ask The Hearing Doctors
Experienced, professional Doctors of Audiology answer questions about hearing loss, tinnitus and other hearing disorders, as well as the latest technology for diagnosing and treating them.
What is a Central Auditory Processing Disorder?
Sometimes the brain is unable to understand and interpret auditory information in a normal way. If normal hearing doesn’t feel normal for you, find out if you could be dealing with an auditory processing disorder.Listen Watch
How Do I Know if I Have a Balance Disorder?
Balance problems are often realized after an individual experiences a fall. Be proactive, take our Dizzy Quizzy to see if you or a loved one are experiencing potential signs of balance problems.Listen Watch
5 Myths About Falls
Falls can be extremely frightening because they often result in an injury. Learn what you can do to minimize your fall risk.Listen Watch
What’s New in Widex Hearing Technology?
Hearing Doctors speaks with David Alexander, Clinical Product Specialist with Widex, about the latest updates in Widex hearing aid technology.Listen Watch
Hearing Doctors is Offering a New Service!! Hearing Aid Rentals
Not sure if you are ready for hearing aids? Want to try an upgrade? This might be the program for you!Listen Watch
The Hearing Aid Trial Period Explained
The decision to try hearing aids is a big step. Fortunately, there are mandatory trial periods in place to make sure you are satisfied with your purchase.Listen Watch
Cooking with Hearing Loss - Important Safety and Communication Tips
For people with hearing loss disaster can come quickly in the kitchen. Learn how to stay safe and enjoy your kitchen companions.Listen Watch
Solutions for Unilateral Hearing Loss
When hearing loss affects each ear differently, regular amplification devices often can’t provide an adequate solution, explore the benefits of CROS technology.Listen Watch
Millions of Americans Have Hearing Loss: Do You Know Someone?
Hearing loss affects people of all ages, from newborn babies to the elderly. Perhaps it’s time to understand why there is a stigma associated with it and what can be done to change it.Listen Watch
Can Hearing Aids Help Mild Hearing Loss?
Hearing loss is categorized by degrees - find out if a mild loss is significant enough to warrant treatment.Listen Watch