The Sounds of Living

According to the National Institutes of Health, 35 million people, or 18 percent of people in the U.S. between the ages of 20-69 have some hearing loss in both ears. 50% of those over the age of 75 in the U.S. have some level of hearing loss. So, is hearing loss an...

Swimmers Ear

The summer is in full swing, which means many of us will be looking to spend time in the water. Whether you are playing water sports, having a leisurely swim at the pool, or just floating around to cool off, there is always the risk of developing swimmer’s ear....

Protect Your Hearing and Your Children’s

At Rankin Audiology and Hearing we’d like to protect you from hearing loss. We want to prevent you from being one of a billion people worldwide between the ages of 18-35 who are at risk of permanent hearing loss due to noisy technology. We can provide you with smart,...

Hearing And Your Brain

Think of hearing as a partnership between your ears and your brain. When you are engaged in conversation, it is your brain that processes the incoming sound from your ears which is interpreted as meaningful speech. We truly hear with our brain and our ears are the...

The Journey to Better Hearing

Identifying and treating hearing loss is a journey. Audiologists strive to understand where each person is on that journey to ensure we are making recommendations for the individual and not just based on what the hearing test shows. Stages of the Journey to Better...