How You Can Maximize Your Hearing and Get Relief From Tinnitus Now!
- Do you have trouble hearing in noisy environments?
- Are you often asking people to repeat themselves?
- Is the TV volume getting louder by the day?
- Do you experience constant ringing or buzzing in your ears?
Hearing loss typically occurs over time. It is an invisible issue that may result in a significant impact on social, emotional, and occupational well-being. Difficulty communicating with those around you takes its toll and may lead to social isolation. It has further been shown that untreated hearing loss may contribute to early onset cognitive changes.
Tinnitus, the perception of sound in the head or ears in the absence of external sound, often accompanies hearing loss. It can be constant or intermittent and may present in many different forms such as ringing, buzzing, hissing, or clicking. Patients suffering with tinnitus often report a lack of concentration, increased stress levels, inability to sleep, and feelings of helplessness. Taken together, hearing loss and tinnitus can greatly disrupt one’s quality of life.
At the Hearing and Tinnitus Center, we understand that hearing well means living well. Through our advanced audiological services and directive counseling, we’ve helped our patients regain control of their hearing lives. Our audiologists can provide solutions to help improve your hearing experience and address your tinnitus needs. We also offer effective strategies to make communicating with family members, friends, and colleagues easier. Tinnitus relief and better hearing are just a phone call away!
Take the first step in seeking relief today. Call us at 516-364-0011.
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Seven years: That’s the average amount of time people wait before visiting a hearing specialist for their hearing loss.
Just as you would not tolerate a loss in vision without a trip to the eye doctor, why ignore a loss in hearing without visiting a hearing expert?
Your brain thrives on sound and when your access to sound is compromised by a hearing loss, it can make even the simplest conversation that much harder! Studies have shown that hearing loss reduces the brain’s ability to process sound and recognize speech.
For those suffering from tinnitus, you may not be sure where to go or who to consult. While medical treatment cannot eliminate tinnitus in most cases, there are many other management options available to help lessen the emotional impact of tinnitus.
Don’t wait to seek the help you need!
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We recognize that hearing well and tinnitus relief can greatly improve your quality of life!
During this appointment, the audiologist will collect information using an in-depth personal interview, standardized questionnaires, and advanced diagnostic testing.
Together with our patients, we will establish appropriate, individualized treatment options.