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An audiologist can help with your hearing problems, and not necessarily in the ways you expect. The important thing to understand about an audiologist is that they have an in-depth knowledge of hearing and how it works. Audiologists have studied to advanced degree level and beyond and can rightly be called medical professionals who specialize in hearing health. This means

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Are audiologists doctors? Most audiologists have a doctoral level degree in Audiology. A doctoral level degree is like a Ph.D. So yes, they are doctors and they have some medical training, but they are not medical doctors. In order to be an audiologist, they must go to school, do clinical work, and then pass a national exam. Individual states may

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Is your child misbehaving? Often times, misbehavior, such as acting out in class, not listening or complaining can be symptoms of undiagnosed hearing loss. Hearing loss isn’t just for elderly people; according to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, about two to three out of every 1,000 children in the U.S. are born with a detectable level

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Have you been suffering from hearing loss, tinnitus or a buildup of earwax and aren’t sure whether you should seek professional help or not? If you’re experiencing any issues with your ears, from hearing loss, ringing in your ears (tinnitus) or impacted earwax, it’s crucial to find an audiologist in your area and seek treatment. Not sure what services an

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Having a great audiologist can be very helpful for you if you have hearing loss and require hearing aids. This is because audiologists are experts on all things related to hearing loss and hearing aids. If you’re suffering from hearing loss and need to locate an audiologist, try the following four tips: 1. Use review sites for health professionals Sites

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When you think of seeing an audiologist , you probably think about hearing aids. Hearing loss affects more than 10 percent of the population in all age groups, not just those over 70. It can be related to working in a noisy environment, illness, medication side effects and even impacted earwax. It’s important to know when to see an audiologist

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All medical professionals must keep up with advances in technology. Audiologists spend every day fusing healthcare with the latest technology to help people hear better and improve their quality of life. Not only must an audiologist be a skilled diagnostician, but they must have in-depth knowledge of the latest technology available to help people hear better, live with tinnitus or

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If you have hearing loss, tinnitus or problems with balance, you will need to see an audiologist . While this may seem like a nerve-wracking or stressful time, you should know audiologist are incredibly helpful, professional and looking forward to treating any conditions you might have. 1. Audiologists are smart To start with, audiologists are incredibly smart. They hold an

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You probably know that audiologists perform hearing tests and fit hearing aids. But these professionals do more than just that. What problems do audiologists treat? Just about anything that has to do with hearing or your ears. It’s time to see an audiologist if you have any of these issues. Earwax problems Just as tears can cleanse the eyes, earwax

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Did you know that not seeing an audiologist when you truly should be could harm your health? Audiologists do a lot more than test for and treat hearing loss; they help heal you from the inside out. Here are three ways that you could be harming yourself and your health by not seeing an audiologist when you should. Risk of

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