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Do Your Hypertensive Patients Need a Hearing Test?

With one in four adults being diagnosed with hypertension, considerations for its affect on the ear should not …

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How do we decrease cognitive load for our patients and lower their risk of incidental falls?

Vision and hearing impairment are two of the most modifiable risk factors that when left untreated, lead to …

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Is Dizziness Normal as We Age?

Peripheral vestibular and somatosensory function decline in later life. They were once thought to be responsible for dizziness …

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Better Brains

June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month You can take care of yourself by taking care of your …

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Does cognitive impairment increase a patient’s risk for falls?

In addition to its importance for understanding how we understand speech, Cognitive Screenings helps us understand a patient’s …

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Persistent Dizziness – Central, Peripheral or Psychogenic?

Persistent Dizziness – Central, Peripheral or Psychogenic? Persistent Postural-Perceptual Dizziness (PPPD) is the dizziness that lasts for over …

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