Month: June 2015

How Tinnitus May Increase Your Risk of Injury

Workers With Tinnitus and High-Frequency Hearing Loss Face an Increased Injury Risk Tinnitus, characterized by persistent ringing in the ears, affects up to 50 million individuals in the United States. While the condition itself may not pose a direct threat, recent research from Yale University sheds light on a concerning correlation between tinnitus, high-frequency hearing loss, and an increased risk 

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Our New Lending Library!

In the last few months, we have worked hard to develop a lending library for our patients. If you are a resident of western Montana and live near one of our four offices, you now have access to more than 50 books that cover the topics of hearing loss, ear anatomy/physiology, hearing devices, and aural rehabilitation. Get a complete list 

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Beyond the Audiogram

When you have your hearing tested, the audiologist constructs a graph called an audiogram. Typically, this graph represents how loud tones of various pitches have to be made before you can first detect them. Unfortunately, a lot of attention is given to this simple graph when it just doesn’t tell the whole story. Let’s be honest: Who among us is 

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