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Tinnitus and Equilibrium Disorders in COVID-19 Patients

As preliminary studies are released on the long term affects of COVID-19, the prevalence of otoneurologic symptoms of tinnitus and balance disorders are present, but not well investigated. Because the inner ear structures are particularly susceptible to ischemia, we are closely following the published evidence that vasculitis is one of the clinical manifestation of COVID-19. As providers, this means looking far …

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Better Hearing and Speech Month – May 2021

Better Hearing and Speech Month May 1 – Fact 1 According to the World Health Organization (WHO), disabling hearing loss affects 466 million people worldwide. The American Speech-Language-Hearing AssociationNebraska Speech-Language-Hearing Association Read More May 2 – Fact 2 According to the Veteran Affairs research, Hearing Loss is the leading war injury current war veterans face. Read More  May …

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Changes Reported in Hearing and Tinnitus Post COVID-19

The unknown long-term health implications for people who have had COVID-19 reach beyond the respiratory system.  As we’ve seen prolonged anosmia (loss of smell), there may also be other long-term health consequences for other organ systems.  Recent studies are showing that more than 1 in 10 COVID-19 adults report a change in their hearing status, when questioned eight weeks after …

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2021 One Day Without Shoes

Drop-Off Location We are excited to be a drop-off location for One Day Without Shoes. The individual or business that donates the most shoes at our location will receive breakfast on us. Donate new or gently used wearable footwear. Now – April 16 In addition, we will donate $5 for every pair of shoes that …

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Effects of Hearing Loss on Cognitive Performance

By 2030, 20% of the U.S. population will be 65 or older. They are a population who are more likely to have hearing loss, a sensory impairment that contributes to social isolation, anxiety, depression, and cognitive decline. With increased auditory deprivation and increased cognitive load, the progressive decline of dementia has modifiable risk factors we can address …

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Did you Know . . .

Hearing Loss Impacts Brain Function? Complete Hearing is now screening cognitive function with CogniVue – the first FDA approved digital screening tool for cognition. The Lancet, one of the top 5 medical journals in the world, finds hearing loss in midlife to be one of the largest modifiable risk factors for dementia. Simply put; treating …

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