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Getting your hearing checked before you’re struggling can prevent greater hearing loss

From your last vacation, which do you remember more vividly: the beauty of the beach, or the roar of the ocean? Hearing doesn’t always receive the same level of engagement as the other four senses, so heading into May, which is Better Hearing and Speech Month, we sat down with audiologist Dr. Danielle Hoenig for some insights into this...

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Stay connected in a tech-rich world with the new Phonak Audeo Marvel, one of the most advanced hearing aids on the market

As one of only 20 hearing centers in the United States to participate in a pilot program testing the effectiveness of new Bluetooth-connected hearing aids, Dr. Jane Kukula is thrilled to report the results. Over a six-month period last year, from early spring to late summer, 28 of her patients at Advanced Audiology Concepts The Hearing Center...

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Advanced Audiology can help detect hearing loss

While you’re gathering around the table with family and friends over the holidays, you may notice someone isn’t quite catching the conversation, keeps asking you to repeat things, or is missing the dialogue altogether and making off-topic comments. “Since hearing loss is usually gradual—with the ability to detect certain sounds...

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Here’s what you can do to prevent hearing loss

Noise-induced hearing loss is the third most common chronic condition in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control. For most people, sadly, it often goes untreated, and research has linked hearing loss to increased risk of falling, depression, anxiety, memory loss and dementia. According to Dr. Jane Kukula, founder of...

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Advanced Audiology Concepts The Hearing Center offers tips for connecting with those experiencing hearing loss

When a loved one experiences hearing difficulty or permanent damage to the hearing nerves called hair cells, communicating with them can be challenging, frustrating and even exasperating. Over time, you may get the sense they haven’t heard you correctly but don’t want to make you repeat what you said. For Dr. Jane Kukula, audiologist and...

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