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.
Does Your Job Put You at Risk for Hearing Loss?
Certain trades are more likely to have employees suffer from noise-induced hearing loss. Learn what employers are required to do to help protect your hearing.Listen Watch
How to Protect Your Hearing During Work and Play
It’s important to know the risks of noise exposure and do your part to protect your hearing.Listen Watch
Stephanie Turcios on Growing Up with Hearing Loss
Stephanie struggled with hearing loss her whole life. Listen in as she talks about her experiences and what it took for her to learn to advocate for herself.Listen Watch
#26 - Why Do I Have Itchy Ears?
Find out which conditions or factors cause the ears to itch, and what you can do to relieve it.Listen Watch
#25 - Do Everyday Sounds Seem Much Louder Than They Should? There’s a Name For That!
Learn about hyperacusis, a disorder that makes it hard to deal with sounds of daily life.Listen Watch
#24 - When Certain Sounds Trigger Negative Thoughts, Emotions and Physical Reactions
It’s a neurological condition called misophonia, or sound-rage, and it affects around 15% of adults. Learn about its effects and how to cope with it.Listen Watch
#23 - Learn About Phonak Hearing Aids, Accessories and Apps
Phonak Representative Daniel Kalish talks to The Hearing Doctors about Phonak’s line of hearing products.Listen Watch
#22 - How to Care for Your Hearing Aids in the Summer Heat
Summer is a time of heat, water, moisture and sweat - things hearing aids do NOT like. See what you can do to protect your investment.Listen Watch
#21 - Which Hearing Aid Technology Level Is Right For You?
The most important factor for long-term success with hearing aids is having the appropriate level of technology. Find out which level is right for you!Listen Watch
#20 - Why Get a Cognitive Test from Your Audiologist?
Hearing loss can impact key brain functions, leading to memory loss and cognitive decline. Effective treatment can reduce or eliminate these and other symptoms. See how a cognitive test can serve as an early warning system.Listen Watch