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Hearing Resources

Hearing loss should never sneak up on a person having hearing problems. Avoiding treatment is one of the biggest reasons that small hearing conditions become bigger issues. Alexander Audiology provides a full experience for patients, including resources that help with hearing loss and auditory health education.

Audiologist or Hearing Aid Dispenser

Learn about the difference between a hearing aid specialist and audiologist and who you should discuss your hearing loss with.

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Consumer’s Guide to Hearing Aids

Top tier brands and their large catalogs make choosing a hearing aid difficult for first timers. The Consumer’s Guide to Hearing Aids organizes the most important features when choosing a new device. This is a useful resource for new and current users of all brands. 

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Degrees of Hearing Loss

Getting a better understanding of the four types of hearing disorders is easy for interested patients. Learning about the various disorders balances out the expectations of users suffering from auditory processing, conductive, sensorineural and mixed hearing problems. 

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Hearing aids, What Every Patient Should Know

Like most products on the market, not all hearing aids are created equal. Alexander Audiology proudly offers all the major brands of digital hearing aids because we recognize that some aids simply work better for some patients rather than others.

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Information About Hearing loss

There are multiple reasons people lose their ability to hear. Sometimes it is old age, other times it is due to environmental changes. Whatever the cause, it is important to understand that hearing limitations have a solution. Surgery, technology and general medicine all serve as a way to combat everyday hearing loss.  

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Musicians’ Hearing Loss and Prevention

Musician’s earplugs and monitors range from generic to the high-end industry standard. It is the best way to protect hearing without diluting the quality of sound. Hearing loss protection for musicians is just as affordable as regular hearing aids. 

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Tinnitus is a constant ringing, buzzing, or other random sound in the ear. For subjective tinnitus disorders, it is a sound that can only be heard by the person suffering. Multiple device and behavioral therapies have been introduced to combat tinnitus and our audiologist can recommend the right course of treatment for your particular situation. Since every patient has a different health history, treatments and recovery times remain unique. 

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To take control of your hearing health and get the treatment you deserve, schedule an appointment with the audiologist at Alexander Audiology.