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Is vertigo a hearing disorder?

Vertigo and hearing loss are frequently linked to each other, as they share a common underlying cause: issues of the inner ear. The inner ear contains both the vestibular system and the auditory system, which closely function together to process


What is an audiologist?

Hearing is one of the most vital human senses, allowing us to communicate, learn from, and connect with the world around us. However, some may experience hearing difficulties that affect communication and overall quality of life. Audiologists can provide professional

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What kind of hearing loss do I have?

Hearing loss is a common medical concern that can affect people of all ages. If you’re experiencing any hearing challenges, it’s important to see an audiologist and have your hearing tested.  Hearing tests can determine the type and severity of


What are the first signs of tinnitus?

Tinnitus is commonly characterized as a ringing or buzzing in the ears. In most instances, only the tinnitus patient can hear the sounds. This is why tinnitus is sometimes referred to as “phantom noise.” The frequency and intensity of tinnitus

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Why Do Ears Produce So Much Wax?

Earwax, a common yet puzzling substance, is produced by our ears as a crucial element of ear health. This natural secretion, known as cerumen, serves important functions such as lubrication and protection against foreign particles.  Although earwax is typically self-regulating,


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Our goal is to evaluate and treat hearing loss focusing on individual needs, so that every person, regardless of age, is given the opportunity to communicate and interact with others to the best of their ability.