Hearing Health Blog
We make regular trips to the doctor and dentist. However, under normal circumstance, most people in their 20s, 30s and 40s are unlikely to need to make an appointment to have their hearing checked, so it’s not a big concern. But as we age, it’s important to know when to see an audiologist . Here are some common reasons. If
If you are diagnosed with hearing loss, you will have many questions. Make sure to remember to ask these important questions so you fully understand your hearing loss. What type of hearing loss do i have? There are different types of hearing loss. You will want to ask the audiologist what type of hearing loss you have. Some hearing loss
Once you’ve decided you need to see an audiologist , how do you pick one? There are several resources you can rely upon to pick an audiologist. You can look at their website; ask your doctor, neighbor or friends for a recommendation, read online reviews or search professional associations. Here are a few resources to help you pick an audiologist.
When it comes to seeking the help of an audiologist it sometimes can be hard to know what you should ask or why you are really going to see them. There are so many questions running through your head it can be difficult to know which questions you should ask right away and which questions you can wait to ask
An audiologist is a hearing healthcare professional educated to degree level or above in hearing health. They have an in-depth knowledge of the ear and its workings, which includes hearing, balance and general health issues that impact hearing. Think of this like visiting a dentist when you have toothache – their specialist knowledge outranks most physicians, plus they have special
When is choosing an audiologist like visiting the grocery store? Have you stood in a grocery store and felt overwhelmed by the choice? All you want is a tasty BBQ sauce and the selection is vast and confusing. You either end up walking away with nothing or settle for the same old brand just because you recognize it. When it
When you think about the work of an audiologist , the first thing that comes to mind is diagnosing hearing problems and fitting hearing aids. Those are key jobs that audiologists perform every day, but an audiologist does so much more. Improved communication Audiologists help people by improving their communication skills. Effective communication can be difficult, even with perfect hearing.