March Into Better Hearing!

March Into Better Hearing!

March is National Kidney Month and 50 percent of patients with kidney disease suffer hearing loss. Why might you ask? The two fist sized kidneys have similar shape to our two ears and there are many other structural and functional similarities between them. Some...

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Love Your Hearing

Love Your Hearing

It’s February and “Love” is in the air…. It is the month to check your heart health; the month to give a little extra attention to those you care about on February 14th; and we want you to love your hearing! What does loving your hearing mean? We’d like to suggest one...

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New Year – New EAR

New Year – New EAR

What Does January mean to you? Cold Weather? A fresh start? Capricorns? Diet? Exercise? National Pizza Week? How about a resolution to Hear Better and Fall Less? We want you to maximize your hearing. If it has been over 2 years since your last hearing evaluation; if...

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Tips for the Holiday Season

Season's Greetings! We wish you and your families cherished moments this holiday season! Elkhart Audiology Rehab is here to help you make the most of these moments with any last minute fittings, repairs and adjustments. We've put together the following tips for the...

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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...

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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...

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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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Better Hearing. Better Health!

Better Hearing. Better Health!

Better Hearing. Better Health! Our ability to hear is a complicated process. Change can be difficult. As an audiologist, I can help guide you and those you care about through the process of better hearing. Do you or someone you know need some help to be brave and take...

You Bring Us Joy!

You Bring Us Joy!

You Bring Us Joy! Thank you for respecting our requests and procedures during this pandemic. Like you, we find it difficult to know what to expect from day to day; we are tired of masks and staying socially distant but together we will do our best to keep each other...