Did you know if you have kidney disease you're about 50% more likely to develop hearing loss than the average person? Kidney problems are one of many medical conditions that may contribute to loss of hearing. And when people have these two…
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"This ringing in my ears, just make it stop". For you, tinnitus may be more like a thump, buzz, or whoosh. Either way, your doctor told you "there is no cure". Your heart sank. It's only getting worse. You're now struggling to do everyday things…
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Have you wondered how iron deficiency anemia (IDA) can influence hearing loss? Well, you are not the only one. At first, it can be confusing to determine if IDA is associated with hearing loss. However, research concludes that IDA is related…
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Our practice is honored to be able to provide compassionate hearing healthcare to patients living with a disability in Shelby County and surrounding counties. We have long partnered with a variety of support organizations that allow us to be…
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Have you ever sung a song lyric at the top of your lungs only to be informed by your friend that you're singing it wrong? You wouldn't believe how many people think Elvis Presley's "Suspicious Minds" starts with "We're caught in a trout."…
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Did you know that by the young age of 54, two percent of people have hearing loss bad enough to qualify as a disability? That jumps to 8.5% by 64. By 74, that's 50%.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 1 billion…
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If you lived with diabetes for seven years without a diagnosis, can you imagine what that raging blood sugar would do to your health?
By year seven, your symptoms would probably be so bad you'd no longer be able to ignore them. You'd probably…
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When we talk about hearing loss, we're usually referring to the permanent ranges of hearing loss, called age-related hearing loss or noise-induced hearing loss.
But the official name is sensorineural hearing loss.
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"Where'd my hearing go?" Did you wake up one morning with ears that felt full, like you were listening through a tunnel? Did you think, "I really did a number on my ears this time -- is it hearing loss?"
Or, could it be something else?
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Laurel was a 42-year-old promoter for a Memphis band. When she first visited me, she told me she was dealing with progressively worsening hearing loss. She'd been wearing hearing aids from my office for the last 10 years, but her hearing loss…
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Tinnitus Can Be Helped With Hearing AidsUncategorized
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Serving People with DisabilitiesHearing and Disabilities
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Is Your 7-Year Clock Ticking?Hearing Loss
What Do We Actually Mean By Hearing Loss?Common Questions - General
Wax? Fungus? Actual Hearing Loss?Common Questions - General
Referring Patients for a Cochlear ImplantHearing Loss