Cleveland Clinic’s Audiology Director of the Hearing Implant Program discusses how Hearing loss management has the potential to improve more than just hearing health.
A new study found that while patients are familiar with health metrics for other common conditions, knowledge about hearing loss and treatments lag well behind.
An audiologist explains why patients need a comprehensive hearing test before deciding to use any hearing device, including over-the-counter hearing aids.
Cleveland Clinic’s Hearing Implant Program allows meaningful, objective comparisons of hearing devices in a controlled environment to determine which works best for them.
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Shared medical appointments allow clinicians to deliver information to small groups of patients with tinnitus, permitting patients to learn management strategies from a multidisciplinary team as well as fellow patients
Sarah Sydlowski, AuD, PhD, says early diagnosis of hearing loss can help patients achieve optimal outcomes and make the transition to using amplification easier.
At least partial preservation of low-frequency acoustic hearing after cochlear implantation is possible for most patients with combined electric and acoustic configuration and periodic audiometric postop evaluation
An independent evaluation of hearing in each ear can identify those patients with asymmetric hearing loss who may benefit from bimodal stimulation with a cochlear implant in one ear and a hearing aid in the other