Audiology Blog

Celebrating our Anniversary and Your Hearing Health!

Celebrating our Anniversary and Your Hearing Health!

Time for an Anniversary Celebration!   Next month Elkhart Audiology Rehab will be celebrating our 8th anniversary. I’m so thankful for the opportunities I’ve had to connect with you over the years, which is why we’re celebrating this anniversary all month long! When you visit our office

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When do Decibels Become Dangerous?

When do Decibels Become Dangerous?

How Hearing Loss Happens Sound is a beautiful thing. Too much sound is dangerous. Though you may not notice it right away, it doesn’t take much to cause permanent damage to your hearing.  According to dangerousdecibles.org, sounds at or above 85 decibels can permanently hurt your hearing.

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Everything You Need to Know About Real Ear Measures

Everything You Need to Know About Real Ear Measures

What are REM? Today’s hearing aid technology has more capabilities than ever. Hearing devices are wonderfully flexible. We can even tune most of them to fit the needs of a specific individual. However, when these devices come from the manufacturer, they are set to default “test settings.”

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What’s New at Elkhart Audiology?

What’s New at Elkhart Audiology?

New Product Upgrades Offer More Options I had the opportunity to spend some time in Miami for a training session with Signia, one of our top providers of exceptional hearing aids.  It was a beautiful location to learn about the new Signia Pure Charge&Go model, a rechargeable

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3 Tips for Maintaining Hearing Health

3 Tips for Maintaining Hearing Health

Stop Hearing Loss Before it Starts We all know we’re likely to experience gradual hearing loss as we age. To a certain degree, minor hearing loss is a natural part of the aging process. We use our ears every day, 24/7, so a little wear-and-tear over time

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What Your Hearing Loss may be telling you about your Heart Health

What Your Hearing Loss may be telling you about your Heart Health

Low-Frequency Hearing Loss often connects to serious heart-health issues.  There may be 16-24 inches between your heart and your ears, but the health of each is closely related. The Global Siemens Headquarters shared studies which said that patients who experienced low-frequency hearing loss also showed signs of

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November EAR Newsletter

November EAR Newsletter

Enjoy the Fall 2017 Newsletter! Or to view the entire newsletter in a PDF, click here.

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Hearing Loss And Cognitive Decline

Hearing Loss And Cognitive Decline

Is there a connection between hearing loss and cognitive decline? Several studies have indicated that there is a connection between hearing loss, brain function decline, and loss of brain tissue. Brain “shrinkage” occurs as a natural part of aging, but older adults with hearing loss appear to

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Hearing Loss and Falling

Hearing Loss and Falling

Preventing Hearing Loss Related Falls Data abounds that links hearing loss and falling – it’s no longer a secret. Fortunately, most falls can be prevented. Taking steps to prevent these falls is the number one thing that you can do to keep yourself or your loved one

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Sounding Board, Summer Edition Now Available

Sounding Board, Summer Edition Now Available

Get the latest edition of our newsletter, Sounding Board.

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