Why You Should Treat Your Hearing with an Audiologist

Dr. Marina E. Kade Hearing Health, Hearing Loss

Hearing loss and hearing health issues are more common than you may suspect. According to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, over 15% of people (of all ages) have some degree of hearing impairment in one or both ears. Additionally, 25 million adults report experiencing tinnitus – a buzzing or ringing-like noise in the ears – annually. …

Working with Hearing Loss

Working with Hearing Loss

Dr. Marina E. Kade Hearing Health, Hearing Loss

Working with hearing loss can be challenging. The workplace is a major way people are exposed to loud noise which can contribute to or worsen existing hearing loss. One of the most common chronic medical conditions, hearing loss impacts over 48 million people in the U.S. Impaired hearing reduces a person’s ability to absorb and process sound which produces a …

Avoiding Hearing Tests Could Make the Problem Much Worse

Avoiding Hearing Tests Could Make the Problem Much Worse

Dr. Marina E. Kade Hearing Health

Hearing loss can be tough to confront. Though it’s one of the most common chronic medical conditions that people experience today, hearing loss is often underdiagnosed. Because hearing loss usually happens gradually, people can remain unaware of the impairment for quite some time. Also, it can be challenging to acknowledge and accept changes to hearing health. This overlooking of hearing …