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Music and Memory

Music and Memory

Music can activate more parts of the brain than any other stimuli we experience. It is the last part of our brain that Alzheimer/dementia can touch. When music has meaning to us and is attached to a particular memory it acts like a gateway to stimulate pathways in the...

Hearing And Your Brain

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

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...

“I can hear fine.”

“I can hear fine.”

“I can hear fine.” It’s a statement that we, in the hearing industry, have heard often. Many patients have the perception that their hearing is adequate and that hearing aids are an unnecessary part of their health care routine. This is typically not the case. My...

Types of Hearing Aids

Types of Hearing Aids

You’ve been told that you need hearing aids. Where to proceed from here? The provider you’re seeing will guide you through the next steps. Hopefully, this person is a Doctor of Audiology so you can be assured that your hearing healthcare is in good hands. However, it...

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