Hearing Tips

Are your patients candidates for a Cochlear Implant? – March 2020 Article

The referral of a cochlear implant candidate can be the beginning of a life transforming experience. Understanding the current criteria in this rapidly changing field helps patients achieve the best possible outcomes. This month’s article provides practitioners with practical information to assist in the referral process. Ask anyone on our implant team how we can …

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Are Cardiovascular Health and Hearing Loss Related? – February 2020 Article

Are cardiovascular health and hearing loss related? Patients with a higher risk of cardiac events have displayed an increased risk of hearing loss. In addition, recent studies show that hearing loss may become an early marker for cardiovascular disease. Early treatment of cardiovascular disease through the reduction of risk factors such as smoking, high blood …

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Sensory Deficit – December Article

Hearing loss is the most common sensory deficit in the elderly, and it is becoming a severe health problem. Hearing loss hampers the exchange of information which can lead to loneliness, isolation, dependence, and frustration. Due to the aging  population,  optimal management of hearing loss and balance is needed beginning with early recognition, rehabilitation as  well as considerations for a Quality of Life assessment to better understand …

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6 reasons to stop putting off hearing health

Six Reasons to Stop Putting Off Your Hearing Health

Procrastination is a habit many would like to change.  Dragging your feet on occasion usually isn’t cause for concern — unless it pertains to your health. Here are seven reasons you shouldn’t procrastinate about your hearing health. Untreated hearing loss leads to brain atrophy. Many people don’t realize that hearing is actually a brain function.  Your ears …

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Cochlear Implants

Cochlear™ Implants for Moderate to Profound Hearing Loss

The Doctors of Audiology at Complete Hearing are the first Audiologists in the Lincoln, Nebraska area to offer the diagnostic assessment of cochlear implant candidacy, cochlear implant mapping, fitting, and assessment of cochlear implant devices. We are pleased to offer our patients with moderate to profound hearing loss an opportunity to experience more options for …

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noise level app

There’s an App for That!

Using Your Smartphone to Measure Noise Levels People of all ages and all walks of life are sometimes at risk for exposure to harmful noises that damage the sensitive structure of the inner ear and can cause temporary or permanent noise-induced hearing loss(NIHL). Excessive noise from activities like live concerts, working with shop tools, operating …

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