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How an Audiologist Can Help with a Concussion

How an Audiologist Can Help with a Concussion

An audiologist can be an important member of your post-concussion rehabilitation team as they can address and provide interventions, therapies, and technologies for audiology-related symptoms. There are many post-concussions symptoms, including difficulties with hearing, processing, and balance. Prolonged auditory and vestibular symptoms stemming from a concussion can include difficulty hearing and following conversations, tinnitus, dizziness, nausea and more, all of…

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Types of Hearing Aids

Types of Hearing Aids

If you find yourself in need of hearing aids, there are many different styles to choose from to suit your unique hearing needs, as well as your cosmetic and lifestyle preferences. At Dunn Audiology, our audiologists can take you through a comprehensive hearing evaluation and provide recommendations on the most ideal hearing aid style for you. Types of Hearing Aids…

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Ear Wax Removal

Ear Wax Removal

The production of ear wax (or cerumen) is completely normal, and also necessary for preventing dust, hair or particles from entering the ear canal. Ear wax naturally lubricates your ears and hinders bacterial production. Everyone knows that you should avoid using fingers or cotton swabs to try to remove excess ear wax. These tactics could end up damaging your eardrum…

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Research Continues to Investigate Possible Prevention of Genetic Hearing Loss

Research Continues to Investigate Possible Prevention of Genetic Hearing Loss

I always find it interesting to read about new research being conducted in the audiology field. In the link below, you can read about a new study investigating if antioxidants can prevent genetic hearing loss later in life. Mice with a common gene deletion that is associated with progressive hearing loss were studied. The researchers found that mice who had…

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