Swimmer’s Ear: Symptoms and Prevention

One of the best parts of the summer is getting to hang out in the pool, either lounging or cannonballing right into the water. However, one downside of going all of the way into the water is the possibility of developing swimmer’s ear. Here, we have compiled some...

What Is Noise-Induced Hearing Loss?

Nearly 50 million Americans suffer from hearing loss. Statistics show that almost 60% of those people are overexposed to loud noises at work and during leisure activities. There are many causes to hearing loss, whether it hereditary or age-related, but noise-induced...

Wireless Hearing Aid Technology

Lately there has been an increasing amount of buzz around wireless hearing aid technology, yet not everyone truly understands how this technology works and what benefits it can provide. Also, we are often asked how wireless compares to WiFi and if those two features...

Hearing Aid Battery Technology

In this blog you will learn The important role battery innovation plays in hearing aid development The advantages and patient benefits of Zinc-air batteries The battery characteristics required for a high-performance hearing aid Modern hearing aids pose a unique...

Hunting and Hearing Loss

Hunting and shooting are one of the most popular past-times for men in America. But, shooting any type of firearm without the proper hearing protection can result in severe damage to your hearing, whether temporary or permanent. A study by the University of Wisconsin...

Spring Allergies Are Upon Us!

One of our favorite “Rites of Spring” in the mid-south is surely the budding and blooming of a myriad of flowers, bushes and trees. Along with all of this pollen comes nasal congestion, itchy eyes, a runny nose, and constant sneezing for many patients who...