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Dizziness and Balance Disorders

25th July 2012
Dizziness and balance disorders are common and may be dangerous! If you are experiencing issues with dizziness, lightheadedness, or are just feeling off-balanced, you should contact an audiologist or otolaryngologist (ENT) as soon as possible! Inner ear d... Read >
Author: eastendhearing

Coding for Hearing Tests: 92551 versus 92552

27th March 2012
The difference between pure tone hearing tests and threshold hearing tests can confound coders. When do you use 92551 (Screening test, pure tone, air only) versus 92552 (Pure tone audiometry [threshold]; air only)? Tip: Keep in mind that one is a screenin... Read >
Author: ashu

tinnitus test

10th October 2011
A patient is made to choose a specific group of tones with a scale range of a specific frequency. With this, the audiologist is able to determine if a patient has tinnitus based on the selections made, as choices made are sounds similar to screeches. Pati... Read >
Author: AronHenry

Hearing Aid Phobia

05th January 2011
Conversations are more lively with Uncle Ned's off-topic remarks, which many attribute to senility. If not that, he just nods and smiles. On the other hand, Grandma hears only what she wants. With Aunt Clara, she talks so much that no one else can say any... Read >
Author: megan thatcher

A Guide To Phonak Hearing Aids

09th July 2010
It can sometimes be tough for anyone to pay attention to their surroundings. It's even harder for those with hearing deficits. Sounds seem muffled or far away. People's voices may be indistinct and hard to decipher. Many hearing aids just amplify sounds -... Read >
Author: Tyler Bennett

How Weber and Rinne hearing tests work

23rd April 2010
A person has a better chance of treating his or her hearing loss problem when it is diagnosed early on. One of the ways of getting hearing loss is by living in a noisy place like near an airport or a construction yard. Sometimes hearing loss is something ... Read >
Author: Hazely Burns

Quietess Tinnitus What The Doctor's Won't Tell You

11th April 2010
Some call it harsh auditory pain while others discount it as nothing but an irritating non-permanent condition that may shortly depart. Tinnitus is, in reality a treatable symptom but when an individual hits the level of having a protracted Tinnitus then ... Read >
Author: Homer Perry

Chronic Tetracycline Tinnitus Read This Today

29th March 2010
Some call it dreadful auditory agony while others dismiss it as nothing except an annoying transient condition that will soon go. Tinnitus is, actually a treatable symptom but when someone hits the level of having a persistent Tinnitus then she is require... Read >
Author: Homer Perry

What Does An Audiologist Do?

19th March 2010
Audiology is a broad field that includes patients with varying ages and hearing disorders. Audiologists specialize in the identification and treatment of many different types of hearing loss. They use a wide range of tests to determine the specific cause ... Read >
Author: Robert B. Banister

What Do Audiologists Do?

19th March 2010
The science of audiology is a large area of study that covers people who are experiencing any number of hearing problems, regardless of how old the sufferers are. An audiologist is a professional who is certified to treat all forms of hearing loss, which ... Read >
Author: Robert B. Banister

How Do You Know if You're Losing Your Hearing?

27th January 2010
People who are suffering from hearing loss should try to see an audiologist for a hearing test at the earliest possible time. An audiologist should be able to say for certain whether there is any loss and tell you what caused it. After reading this articl... Read >
Author: alfordlo mbardo

Phonak, Rexton and Starkey Brand Hearing Aids Review

16th October 2009
Phonak Hearing Aids Phonak is a Swiss manufacturer of hearing aids that are small, light weight, and possess generous power. They automatically adjust when the sounds from the environment change. These heating aid devices come in many colors to match m... Read >
Author: Clivir Team

7 Ways You Should Know to Manage Tinnitus Problem

26th April 2009
Tinnitus is the presence of ringing or buzzing sound in the ear or head without external source. Most people with this problem complain that they hear constant ringing noise in the ear or somewhere in the head. The loudness varies from person to person. S... Read >
Author: Gerry Restrivera

What Happens at an Audiology Examination? Hearing Loss Tests

21st March 2009
Audiologists specialize in hearing loss and related disorders. If you're suffering from hearing loss or tinnitus (ringing in the ears), your doctor might refer you to an audiologist for a complete evaluation. Let's take a look at what you can expect from ... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Learn How to Sing on Pitch Every Time

27th October 2008
Some time the problem of "tone deaf" can be there before you and you might think that singing on pitch will never be before you. Some singers face this problem. They can't differentiate one musical frequency or pitch from the other. Singers find it diffic... Read >
Author: Lisa Lopez
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