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Facts About Hearing Care

Information on Hearing Loss, Treatment & Prevention

Hearing Rehab Center compiled the following information to help you and your loved ones understand the importance of hearing care in all of our lives. Additionally, we hope to provide you with some answers to your hearing related questions. These hearing care resources will help you to better identify signs of hearing loss, and give you a better understanding on how to protect your hearing. Please review the information in these links and feel free to contact us if you have any further questions.


Facts About Hearing Loss

Life is enriched by the experiences we have through our five senses: sight, touch, smell, taste, and hearing. Hearing is especially vital; it enables us to communicate our wants, needs, and emotions. Learn more about the types and degrees of hearing loss, as well as practical tips for prevention and treatment options.

View Facts About Hearing Loss

Learn about the three types of hearing loss: Conductive | Sensorineural | Mixed


Treating Tinnitus (Ringing in the Ears)

Tinnitus is a medical condition characterized by persistent ringing in one or both ears which can only be heard by the affected individual. It has also been described as whistling, hissing, buzzing, or pulsing in the ear.

How To Treat Tinnitus (Ringing in the Ears)


Loss of Balance, Dizziness and Vertigo

Dizziness or loss of balance is the second most common complaint heard in doctors’ offices. The good news is diagnosis and treatment options have become more effective over the past 10 years.

Read about Treatment for Loss of Balance, Dizziness and Vertigo


Hearing Loss in Children

Hearing loss at any age is an emotional issue and robs you of a sense that adds so much to the richness of life. Fortunately, many causes of hearing loss are treatable, and it is often possible to return the sounds of childhood to a young life.

Learn about Hearing Loss in Children


How Hearing Tests Work

From an initial interview to an examination, hearing tests are available to help hearing care professionals determine the nature of your hearing loss.


The four-step hearing test process explained


Take our online hearing assessment


Communication Tips For Your Family

Your family does not know how you hear. What they do know is that you do not hear well! Learn valuable tips for communicating with someone in your family you may suspect of having hearing loss.

Practical tips for communicating with someone who has hearing loss


Protect Your Hearing

Exposure to excessive noise during work or leisure activities can increase a person’s risk of hearing loss and potentially worsen a pre-existing hearing problem. Since there is no cure for noise-induced hearing loss, prevention is the sensible alternative.

Know how to protect your hearing