What is a Balance Assessment?

Why Balance Assessment Is Crucial Balance is one of those things we cannot do without. Our bodies need the perfect pint of balance to enable seamless movement, sitting, and even standing. Think about any interference…

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What can I expect at my first hearing test?

While many people experience varying degrees of hearing loss, not enough people get routine hearing checkups. It’s important to notice hearing loss early on in order to treat it more accurately. Who Needs a Hearing…

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How Do I Select A Hearing Aid?

Finding the Right Hearing Aid Millions of Americans struggle with some form of hearing loss. The good news is that there are a number of hearing aid solutions. However, the vast selection of hearing aids…

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Important Facts About Tinnitus

Millions of people of all ages across the United States are affected by tinnitus. While it’s most often a condition that’s experienced after the age of fifty, children, teenagers, and young adults can also be…

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How Loud Noises Can Cause Hearing Loss

Our team at New York Hearing Doctors work to keep our patients hearing functional. We live in a noisy world. Loud noises like traffic, sirens, and music can cause our hearing to decline. Hearing loss…

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Comparing Completely-In Canal and Behind the Ear Hearing Aids

People who have been diagnosed by a Doctor of Audiology with a hearing problem will sooner or later, be fitted for a hearing aid. But, as hearing aids and professional services will vary significantly in…

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A Guide to Hearing Aid Types

If your audiologist has recommended hearing aids to supplement your hearing loss, it can seem overwhelming to pick out the right type for you and your lifestyle. Although your audiologist can guide you to the…

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What Does Vertigo Feel Like?

What is vertigo? Vertigo is the feeling of spinning dizziness. Vertigo may occur when there is an issue with the brain, inner ear, or sensory nerve pathway. It is often a symptom related to many…

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Why are high frequency sounds typically the first to go in hearing loss?

High-frequency hearing loss is a condition where people have difficulty hearing sounds between the 2,000 to 8,000 Hertz range. This means that certain high-frequency verbal sounds like ‘s’, ‘h’, or ‘f’, (the consonants) are more…

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