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.
A Fun and Interactive Way To Understand Your Hearing Test Results
Dr. Robin Carson, creator of HearVu, explains how this innovative technology is used to educate and empower patients and their families during their hearing healthcare journey.Listen Watch
What is Ototoxicity?
Certain classes of medications can affect your organ of hearing. Awareness of a potential risk of hearing loss, and knowing when and how to monitor your hearing health during your treatment regimen is essential. Listen in as Dr. Loffredo walks us through the process.Listen Watch
Understanding Auditory Processing Disorders
Do you find yourself struggling to hear in noise? Do you have difficulty understanding sounds, including spoken words? Learn about auditory processing disorders and see what can be done to help.Listen Watch
Identifying and Supporting Children With Hearing Loss in School
Shelley Millerson, a local teacher of the deaf and hard of hearing discusses the importance of developing relationships between students, their families, school staff and healthcare professionals when navigating hearing loss.Listen Watch
Let's Talk About Tinnitus
People who develop tinnitus wonder if they’re just “hearing things”. But they’re not. Tinnitus is real, and it can have a severe impact on your quality of life. Find out about tinnitus...Listen Watch
How to Care for Your Hearing Aids
The best way to maintain your hearing aid’s performance is to follow daily cleaning and storage recommendations. Find out what’s involved...Listen Watch
The Importance of Follow-Up Care For Your Hearing Aids
Want to get the most out of your hearing aids? Routine follow-up visits with your audiologist will ensure you continue hearing your best.Listen Watch
How to Make Your Hearing Aids Work For You
Learn what it takes to get the most out of your hearing aids.Listen Watch
Hearing Loss In One Ear: What Should You Do?
Unilateral hearing loss can also be referred to as single-sided deafness. Find out what happens when your hearing is imbalanced – when one ear hears better than the other.Listen Watch
Five Strategies to Keep You From Damaging or Losing Your Hearing Aids
Mishaps can and do happen. With a little extra care, you can be sure your hearing aids remain safe and sound.Listen Watch