Who Can Benefit from Hearing Aids?

Wondering who can benefit from hearing aids? The obvious answer is, anybody who has trouble hearing! And that’s a large number; hearing loss is one of the most common physical conditions in Nevada and across the United States, affecting approximately 48 million people. But it won’t help with all types of hearing loss – and Read More

Surfer’s Ear and Other Summer-Related Disorders

Residents of landlocked Las Vegas, Nevada might think a condition called surfer’s ear is the least of their worries. While it’s reasonable to assume that you have better odds of having a slot machine fall on your foot and spraining your toe, the truth is you are not immune from this painful affliction. When the Read More

Airplane Ear

You made it – it is finally summer vacation! While this is far less exciting than it was when you were still in grade school, vacationing and summertime still go hand in hand. Once you book your ticket, the planning can begin. Maps? Check! Hotel reservation? Check! Knowledge of how to prevent airplane ear? After Read More

Join Us In Celebrating Better Hearing & Speech Month!

For the past 90 years, May has been the month where people with and without hearing loss come together to help spread awareness. Created by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), the goal of this month-long event is to raise awareness of hearing loss and speech problems. The theme for 2018 is “Communication for All.” Communicating Read More

Can Tinnitus be Cured?

Tinnitus is more common than you might think – nearly 20 percent of individuals in Las Vegas and throughout the country report some degree of it. Even though it affects so many people, most never see a doctor about it. Why? Because they believe it is just something they have to live with. What is Read More

The Benefits of Hearing Aids

What do hearing aids do anyway? They don’t work well and make anyone who wears them look 100 years old. This is a common opinion held by the millions of Americans with hearing loss who choose not to seek treatment. But your Las Vegas audiologist is here to tell you otherwise. Not only are modern Read More

How Sound is Measured in Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is one of the biggest health concerns in the U.S. It is the third most commonly reported physical condition, following arthritis and heart disease. It affects roughly 20 percent of the American population, and can strike people of all ages.   As we get older, we all experience presbycusis, age-related hearing loss. Because Read More