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Despite having normal hearing sensitivity, people with auditory processing disorders (APD) have difficulty processing auditory information.
The hearing aid fitting is arguably more important than the hearing aid regarding successful hearing treatment.
Dizziness is one of the most difficult complaints to assess because it is a subjective sensation that cannot be directly and objectively measured.
Hearing the words "test" or "exam" can be scary. Rest assured, hearing testing is non-invasive and completely painless.
According to the American Tinnitus Association, one-third of all adults will experience tinnitus at some point in their lives.
Cochlear implants are small devices surgically implanted in the skull behind the ear, sending electrical signals to the auditory nerve.
Dr. Goyne is someone that you and your family can trust with your hearing health.Read More
A native to Chester County, Dr. Sabatino brings over 10 years of experience working with adults and children.Read More
Dr. Dossick, a Montgomery County native, earned her Bachelor’s degree from Towson University and her doctorate in Audiology from Salus University.Read More
The world's most popular high-end hearing aid right now is the Audeo Paradise. It is widely thought to be the most connected Bluetooth hearing aid on the market.View More
The new, revolutionary Oticon More is the world's first hearing aid with a built-in Deep Neural Network that lets users hear all essential sounds. This new hearing aid is a device that will help millions of people with hearing problems live better lives.View More
ReSound ONE is the world's first fully functional M&RIE (Microphone & Receiver-In-Ear) hearing aid. Everybody's ear is different, much like every person's fingerprint, which is why the ReSound ONE was created.View More
Advanced Bionics cochlear implants are made to give you access to all of these details so that you can enjoy a kaleidoscope of sound.View More
Cochlear implants are hearing devices that are made for people with severe to profound deafness who cannot benefit from a hearing aid. Even though there is no cure for hearing loss, the cochlear implant is now widely accepted as a treatment for people with profound hearing loss.View More