Welcome to another post providing an overview of our Communication Training Series! Today, we wanted to talk about hearing aids and brain health.
As we know, tinnitus (ringing in the years) is the perception of a sound that has no external source. Somatic (or somatosensory) tinnitus happens when somatosensory (pressure, pain, or warmth) messages from the cervical spine or jaw area causes or changes the way a patient experiences tinnitus. In fact, a study from 2009 found there […]
All of us at Longmont Hearing & Tinnitus Center are thrilled to announce our “5 Keys to Communication Success” series. Though we have had incredible advances in hearing health technology over the years, hearing aids are only one piece of the communication puzzle. As a patient of our clinic, we’re proud to provide you with […]
At Longmont Hearing & Tinnitus Center, we’re dedicated to your hearing health, and pride ourselves on being caring, competent, and reliable audiologists. But what exactly is audiology? Audiology is the study and science of hearing and balance. Being an audiologist involves providing a number of different services, which can have a significant impact on communication, […]
Longmont Hearing & Tinnitus Center has been a part of Hearing the Call Colorado from the beginning. In fact, Dr. Rudden played a pivotal role in bringing Hearing the Call to Colorado, enabling us to work with this amazing group of hearing health professionals to provide hearing aids to those in need. Our latest event […]
Studies have shown that metal hip implants cause hearing loss. If you’ve had a hip implant, have your hearing tested today.
Though COVID-19 impacts everyone differently, recent studies show that COVID-19 has no permanent impact on hearing loss. Learn more.
As you may know, many health conditions—like hearing impairment—are linked to each other in some way, and knowledge of these connections is vital in helping diagnose, treat, and manage certain conditions, like diabetes. Until recently, hearing loss had not been linked to diabetes in any way. But that has finally changed. The American Diabetes Association […]
It is estimated that 32% of the U.S. population suffers from tinnitus— the perception of a sound that has no external source. Most patients report they hear a ringing, humming, buzzing, or cricket-like sound that can be constant, intermittent, heard in one ear, both ears, or in the head. Needless to say, it’s uncomfortable, widespread, […]