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Category Archives: Hearing Loss




older man trying to hear better with his hand

Are you at risk for hearing loss?

It’s easy to take your hearing for granted. But did you know that one in eight people in the United States over the age of 12 has hearing loss in both ears? Hearing loss is the third most common health problem in the U.S., affecting your quality of life and relationships. Read on to learn […]


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Prevent exacerbation of Sudden Hearing Loss, Vertigo/Dizziness, Meniere’s disease, and Tinnitus

Patients often ask how they can prevent exacerbation of: Sudden Hearing Loss Vertigo / Dizziness Meniere’s Disease Tinnitus We recommend avoiding the 3 S’s and treating the A Salt, Stimulants, and Stressors need to be reduced. And allergy needs to be well managed. Salt: avoid adding salt to foods, avoid packaged foods, avoid canned foods. […]


Are Dizziness and Sinus Issues Related?

Dizziness is a vague term. It can mean an off-balance feeling, a spinning (vertigo) feeling, or just feeling like your head is in a cloud. Although dizziness can come from neurologic issues, frequently the cause is an ear issue. Ear issues such as middle ear pressure, eustachian tube dysfunction, and inner ear inflammation (labyrinthitis) are […]




EUSTACHIAN TUBE DYSFUNCTION

New Treatment Option for Eustachian Tube Dysfunction (ETD)

Many patients complain of ear pressure, fullness, popping, hearing loss, ear pain, as well as dizziness and ringing in the ears. These are the typical symptoms of ETD or Eustachian Tube Dysfunction. The eustachian tube is the tube that connects the back of the nose to the middle ear. It serves to provide aeration and ventilation […]



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