April 7, 2017


Whether it’s a concert you’ve been waiting to attend, or you were invited to one last minute, be prepared for the noises that your ears will be exposed to. If you leave the concert with a temporary ringing in your ear, the damage done to your inner ear system can cause additional difficulties in the future. Here is what you […]
May 5, 2017


It doesn’t hurt to do a little preparation before your hearing assessment, especially if you’ve never had one before or haven’t had one since you were very young. An understanding of the four terms below will give you a head start in understanding your hearing test and your hearing results. 1. Audiogram An audiogram is a chart that a hearing […]
June 6, 2017

Enjoy Music without Damaging Your Ears

A good song or a loud environment can tempt us to turn up the volume on our music players. Unfortunately, listening to music too loudly through our headphones can cause permanent damage to our hearing. In fact, hearing loss is on the rise in teens and young adults. Here are five ways to enjoy your music while protecting your hearing […]
June 9, 2017

4 Summertime Tips for Healthy Hearing

Think about your hearing this summer Summer is the perfect time for music festivals, vacations and outdoor frolicking. You’ll want to make sure your hearing doesn’t suffer from all the fun you’re having! Here are five tips to maintain healthy hearing this summer. We have some timely tips for you! Protect your ears at festivals and music concertsAre you heading […]
August 8, 2017

Alcohol May Impact Hearing

Drank too much? How alcohol impacts your hearing Nausea, vision impairment and hangovers are common symptoms of excessive alcohol consumption, but alcohol can affect hearing in ways that we may not immediately realize, though we should definitely be aware of them. Here are four ways alcohol can affect your hearing. Alcohol damages the brain Hearing health is closely linked to […]
August 7, 2018

Does swimmers ear lead to hearing loss?

In summer, and throughout the year, people who like to swim or play in the water can be susceptible to “swimmer’s ear” (otitis externa). This painful infection happens when the skin inside the ear canal becomes infected. Often this happens after a person submerges under water, exposing their ears to the bacteria that lives in water. If the water doesn’t […]