Hearing Loss

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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Ask an Audiologist Event

Join us and the Jacksonville Chapter of Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) this Saturday for their “Ask an Audiologist” event featuring our very own audiologist, Dr. Isabella Hillerby. She will cover answers to general questions regarding hearing loss and treatment to specific questions about amplification options and balance. Dr. Hillerby will also host a…

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Audiology Fact & Fiction

With Doctor Google at everyone’s fingertips, there can be confusion in what is and isn’t true in healthcare. We’ve compiled a short list of audiological fact vs. fiction to help navigate hearing healthcare. “Hearing loss only happens in adulthood” FICTION. Per the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, 16% of the population ages…

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Hearing Loss Association of America: Resources and Support

If you or a loved one have hearing loss and are looking for peer support or ways to get involved in your community please consider attending a meeting of the Jacksonville chapter of Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA). HLAA is a national organization that offers support and endless resources to those with hearing loss.…

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Hear for the Holidays!

Let’s make the holidays the most wonderful time of the year! The holiday season is a time to gather with friends and family, maybe eat a little turkey, and leave cookies for Santa. Festive parties full of holiday music and the laughter are welcome events for many of us—but they can be a challenge for…

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How Do I Know If I May Have Hearing Loss?

It’s not always easy to tell if you are beginning to lose your hearing, especially if it happens gradually. Sometimes, family members and friends may notice your hearing loss before you do. Common signs of hearing loss include: Some causes for hearing loss can be treated such as wax removal and ear infections. If you…

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