In the past, many people considered hearing loss as benign and did not inquire deeper about other audiological symptoms. They just considered it as a natural consequence of growing older. That can no longer be the case because of the startling findings in NIH-sponsored clinical studies and related research which showed up to 500x higher risk of dementia (including Alzheimer’s), falls with broken bones and clinical depression. To aid in the education about these issues, Now Hear This® is pleased to give you access to the following documents entitled Clinical Tidbits. If you are a physician or find yourself in the position of providing care to family and loved ones, please feel free to read or download any of the following. Feel free to contact us if you require additional information, or need the Bibliography upon which they are based.
For Physicians and Caregivers
- May is Better Hearing and Speech Month
- Is Your Patient’s Hearing Loss “Normal”
- October is National Audiology Awareness Month
- September is World Alzheimer’s Month
- The Relationship Between Hearing Loss and Diabetes
- Communication Challenges Associated with Hearing Loss
- Ototoxicity: Identify Medications Toxic to the Ear
- Hearing Loss and Brain Tissue
- Hearing Loss and Health: What is the Connection
- Better Hearing or Save Money?
- Medicare IPPE Requirements and HS
- Hearing Loss Linked to Major Health Issues
- Tinnitus: Clues About This Mysterious Disorder (2014)
- Tinnitus: Clues About This Mysterious Disorder (2017)
- Wax Removal: Tips of Safety and Effectiveness
- Second-hand Smoke Linked to Hearing Loss in Children
- Hearing Conclusively Shown to Impact Postural Stability
- Hearing Loss and iPod Use
- Hearing Loss and Diabetes
- Hearing Loss and Dementia
- Hearing Loss and Health Related Quality of Life
- Audiologist vs ENT
- Hearing Loss Drug Therapies
- Hearing Loss and Cortical Neuroplasticity
- Hearing Aids and Cochlear Implants May Reduce Cognitive Decline
- Importance of Ototoxicity Monitoring of Hearing Loss in Chemotherapy Patients
- Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss is a Medical Emergency!
- Genetic and Causal Effects of Age-Related Hearing Loss in US Adults
- Hearing and Vestibular Consequences of Diabetes
- Smoking and Hearing Loss
Now Hear This® offers hands-on training sessions for medical professionals and staff to accurately diagnose and treat patients complaining of dizziness and presenting signs of Benign Paroxsmyl Positional Vertigo (BPPV).
Training for your medical staff will include:
- An overview of BPPV
- Signs and symptoms of BPPV
- Discussion of cost and unnecessary MRIs to diagnose dizziness.
- Treatment, including hands-on training on how to perform a CRM, Semont or Epley Maneuver.
This training can save your office valuable appointment time, while providing your patients with relief. Call (919) 256-2898 to schedule a complimentary, in-house training session for your staff with our Clinical Audiologist.
Now Hear This® is accepting new patients and welcomes physician referrals as well as inquiries about our Audiology services. Just call us at 919-256-2898 or email us at: info@NowHearThisClinic.com We are happy to help!
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Hear From Our Patients
“Having been in healthcare for over 30 years and raising 5 children I have needed the care of dozens of Dr’s and healthcare offices. I have visited and consulted with Drs and staff in multiple states as a consultant and provider. Dr Egan and the staff at Now Hear This in Raleigh are superb! Her personal attention and caring attitude is a model for all Drs. I encourage anyone that reads this review to accept nothing but the best in healthcare. Be sure to visit her before making any decisions regarding you or your family’s hearing needs. Thanks for my great care!”
– Dr. Anthony DeLuke