Most of us are getting used to wearing masks in public and when with others outside of our household to slow the spread of COVID-19. But, we still face challenges – fogging glasses, less breathability, forgetting what the local grocery store…
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When most people think of an audiologist, hearing loss comes to mind. But I'm here to tell you we do a lot more than treat hearing loss.
As an audiologist, my number one goal is to improve the quality of life for the patients and the families…
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Developer confirms big plans near Memphis International Airport.
New apartment development in Midtown.
Downtown project restarting after a pause for redesign.
I don't have to drive far in the greater Memphis area to find a construction…
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When Ricardo and Lena first brought baby Ricky to see me, they knew, as parents often do, that something wasn't right. They had noticed signs of infant hearing loss like:
Limited smiling or interaction with others when spoken toNot…
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When 45-year-old Jonathon first came to see me, he had just reached his two-year anniversary cancer-free. He and his family had been through so much during the chemo, so I definitely realized why getting his hearing checked had been…
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As an audiologist, I hear from patients every day about their struggles with hearing loss. I feel the discouragement many of my patients face. Simply put, they want to regain their hearing, so today I want to focus on the fact that people…
Julia told me she would never forget the moment she discovered her son had single-sided deafness. They were doing homework together when Gabe, age 7, mentioned off-handedly that a friend at school had yelled at him for ignoring him in the hallway.…
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Summertime is the time for good food and time with family. From those big family cookouts to big Sunday dinners, food and family go hand in hand here in the Memphis area. And part of the joy are those second helpings ... which can quickly become…
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For Jon, the four-mile trek through the Woodland Trail in Shelby Forest was always the perfect way to welcome the weekend. But one hike last fall felt different.
As trail runners passed him, he felt disoriented. He hadn't heard them coming,…
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Madison's family first started noticing behavioral changes right around her 14th birthday. Always a high achiever, she had recently begun to struggle in school. She acted like it was unimportant when asked and got frustrated if her mother pushed…
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Audiologists Are Here to HelpCommon Questions - General
Construction & Hearing Health: Preventing Hearing Loss at WorkHearing Loss, Work Related Hearing Loss
6 Communication Methods for Children with Hearing LossChild Hearing Loss, Children's Hearing Aids
What Does Your Medicine Cabinet Have to Do with Your Hearing?Common Questions - General, Health
Regaining Hearing: 3 Uplifting Patient StoriesHearing Aids, Hearing Loss
A Parent’s Guide to Single-Sided Deafness in ChildrenChild Hearing Loss
Are You Cooking Up a Recipe for Hearing Loss?Common Questions - General, Health
Your Balance and Your HearingHealth, Hearing Aids
How Loved Ones Can Help Youth Facing Hearing LossChild Hearing Loss, Children's Hearing Aids