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Tinnitus FAQ

Our last blog post focused on tinnitus basics and possible treatment options for tinnitus management. Unfortunately, there is a lot of inaccurate information regarding tinnitus on the internet, which has resulted in this topic becoming very controversial online. Here are a few of the most debated topics surrounding tinnitus, its causes, and its effects on…

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Tips for Better Hearing for the Holidays

The holiday season is rapidly approaching which means gathering with friends and family to celebrate, enjoying holiday music, and attending parties! It can also mean difficulty understanding conversations for those with hearing loss. When you gather this year, keep these helpful communication strategies in mind to facilitate the conversation: Gathering with loved ones over the…

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Hearing Aid Advancements and Remote Programming Updates

At Jacksonville Hearing and Balance Institute, we are pleased to offer the newest technology in regards to hearing healthcare. Hearing technology has vastly improved over the years with advancements including rechargeability and Bluetooth compatibility. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the audiologists at JHBI have started offering remote programming for our hearing aid patients to…

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Why an Audiologist
Acoustic Neuroma

We explore all available treatment options for patients diagnosed with acoustic neuromas Acoustic neuroma, also known as vestibular schwannoma, is a benign growth (or tumor) arising from the nerves of balance. These tumors typically develop in a small tunnel between the ear and the brain (known as the internal auditory canal). Over time, if these…

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Balance Disorders

We can help you to overcome dizziness or balance problems Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo The inner ear, also known as the labyrinth, is a specialized organ contained deep within the head. It is found within the temporal bone, one of the bones of the skull. Within the inner ear, there are two functioning centers: the…

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Hearing Disorders

We use advanced techniques to treat a variety of hearing disorders Cholesteatoma There are three main parts to the ear: the outer ear, middle ear, and inner ear. The outer ear consists of the pinna or auricle and the ear canal. The ear canal is shaped like a curved tube and at one end lies…

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