Expert Videos And Articles Site Index
Measuring Tinnitus And reactions To Tinnitus
Presented by Richard Tyler, Ph.D., this recorded webinar explores the various ways in which tinnitus, the sensation of ringing in the ears, can be measured to help both patients and clinicians. Please CLICK on the following link: Measuring Tinnitus And Reactions To Tinnitus
Ask A Professional
Question 1: My 9-year-old daughter just got over an ear infection, she has been finished her antibiotics for 2 days but she is still having trouble hearing through one ear. She says she has a constant ringing. Should I be getting it checked or is that normal?
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Question 2: I have had ringing in my right ear for about 2 weeks. My ear feels plugged up with partial hearing and no pain. What should I do?
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Question 3: I am 62 and new to hearing aids. My test shows loss in mid-range frequency. I have to turn the TV up and lose words in conversations, etc. I want the best hardware - small, light-weight. Which will work better for me Signia primax 7px or Oticon Opn?
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7 Strategies For Tinnitus Relief - By Dr. Ben Thomson, Au.D
Dr. Ben Thomson is the founder of PureTinnitus.com and is a Tinnitus Specialist. In the following set of videos, he describes 7 easy strategies to control your tinnitus. Please CLICK on the following link: 7 Easy Strategies
Make Your Audiologist Office Hearing Loss Friendly - By Shari Eberts
Sometimes we go into a Doctor’s or an Audiologist office and we feel immediately at home, welcomed and secure. WHY? Shari Ebert advises hearing professionals on how to make their office friendlier. Does your audiologist follow these recommendations? Tell your hearing professional what you need. Please CLICK on the following link: Make Your Audiologist Office Hearing Loss Friendly
The 6 Ways You Can Save Money on Hearing Aids
Hearing aids are expensive. In this video Dr. Clifford Olson, from Applied Hearing Solutions in Anthem Arizona, discusses 6 ways you can save money on your next pair of hearing aids. Please CLICK on the following link: Ways To Save Money On Hearing Aids
Tinnitus Symptoms, Treatments and Remedies
Tinnitus affects over fifty million people in the U.S. Tinnitus is described as a nagging buzzing, whistling, whining, or screeching noise in head or ears that varies in intensity and can be intermittent or constant. The degree of loudness and even the type of sound is particular to each person. Some tinnitus sufferers describe the noise as being as piercing and sharp as the signal used in the emergency broadcast system. Tinnitus is a symptom, not a disease, which can accompany any type of hearing loss. Please CLICK on the following link to learn more: Tinnitus
Tips To Prevent Swimmer's Ear
Swimmer’s ear is an infection in your ear that is caused by bacteria that is commonly found in water. Ear wax and the slope of your ear canal are natural defenses to clean and prevent swimmer’s ear, but sometimes they can get overwhelmed. If excess moisture remains in your ear, swimmer’s ear can develop. Please CLICK on the following link to learn more: Tips To Prevent Swimmer's Ear
Hearing Loss: Myths exposed
This article exposes many of the myths associated with hearing loss and makes very interesting reading for people with hearing loss and also those around them! Please CLICK on the following link: Hearing Loss: Myths Exposed
Hearing Loss And What It Sounds Like To Live This Way
In this video Dr Clive demonstrates to family members what living with a hearing loss sounds like. Please CLICK on the following link: Video
Hearing Loss Simulator
Have you ever wondered how your hearing changes as you age? This simulator will show you. Please CLICK on the following link: Video
Your Questions Answered By The ENT Doctor
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Earwax Removal, Nasal Spray Addictions, And Ear Pain
In this video, Dr. Kenneth Hodge discusses the proper way to take care of ear wax, some issues with ear pain and potential addiction to nasal sprays.Please CLICK on the following link: Ear Wax Removal, Nasal Spray Addictions and Ear Pain
Sinus Surgery And Ringing In The Ears
In this video, Dr. Forwirth talks about (a) If balloon sinuplasty is ruled out and endoscopic sinus surgery is required what are the risks and recovery? (b) I had sinus surgery 6 months ago and received relief from my terrible headaches. Is it normal to blow green, bloody excess out of your nose daily? (c) Can I ever get rid of high-pitched ringing in my right ear? I believe I got it from an extremely loud fire alarm. Please CLICK on the following link: Video
Video courtesy of Advanced ENT, Louisville, KY
Hearing loss, FNA, and fluid in the ears
In this video, Dr. Ingram talks about (a) I have ocean waves and high pitched constantly in my left ear. Does this mean I’m losing hearing in that ear? (b) What is a FNA procedure? (c) Are there any remedies to relieve fluid in the ears? Please CLICK on the following link: Video
Video courtesy of Advanced ENT, Louisville, KY
Muffled hearing and warthin’s tumor
Meniere's Disease, ABR Testing And Post Sinus Surgery
In this video, Dr. Allison talks about (a) I had nasal surgery to remove polyps and I feel great. My only issue is that I sound like I am talking through my nose. Any suggestions?
(b) I’ve been told that I have fluid in my inner ear, which is plugged. I get episodes of dizziness, nausea and feeling like room is spinning. Is there anything to help with this?
(c) I had sinus surgery and I am still having pains in my face and head. The only thing that seems to help is antibiotics. What can I do?
(d) Does your facility do ABR testing on adults? Please CLICK on the following link: Video
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