At The Hearing & Dizziness Clinic, we understand how debilitating BPPV or Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo can be. Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo is the most common form of positional vertigo and is probably the most common disorder involving vertigo. It’s an affliction of the inner ear. In the most common clinical scenario, when the patient changes […]
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It’s Food Bank day at The Hearing & Dizziness Clinic! THANK YOU Essex County for your support of our non-perishable food donations to The Essex Area Food Bank. We had set a goal of 500lbs to collect for those in our community who are in need of our help, doing hearing tests in exchange for […]
The American Academy of Pediatrics and American Academy of Family Physicians released their new treatment recommendations for children who suffer from Otitis Media with Effusion or OME (commonly known as ‘fluid’ or an ear infection). New recommendations include additional information on pneumatic otoscopy and tympanometry to improve diagnostic certainty; expanded information on speech and language assessment […]
For many people with hearing loss, the holidays can be especially challenging. While large family gatherings offer a great chance to catch up with friends and family, holiday parties can lead to challenging listening situations for people with hearing loss. Here are some tips for people with hearing loss to better enjoy holiday gatherings from our […]
We had the privilege of meeting a younger gentleman a while back who’s approach to hearing aid shopping was novel to us. We thought that it was ingenious – and thus, with his permission we are going to share a bit of his story with you. Mr. X is a 12 year hearing aid wearer […]
Winter is on it’s way! We’ve been so lucky to enjoy the fantastic weather well into November, but I do believe we’re in for a harsh dose of winter reality – and soon! Here are some tips on taking the best care of your hearing aids in the cold temperatures, the moisture that comes along […]
This weekend is Small Business Saturday (November 28, 2015). We are very proud to be a small, locally owned independent business. Small businesses (like ours!) depend heavily on their local communities for support. As local customers ourselves, this weekend, we’re going to “pay it forward” and support small business in the way it matters most to […]
Did you wake up with hearing loss? Suddenly hearing a ringing, buzzing or crackling in your ear? Are you feeling dizzy or nauseated as a result of your recent onset ear symptoms? We’ve heard it many times, and usually we are a secondary contact – that is, a patient has been to their primary care […]
You may have been searching through a number of hearing aid provider websites, and noticed one thing missing from our website. We don’t have any testimonials or reviews– clients’ stories of success, thanks and proclamation of our fantastic services are missing from our site. Why don’t we use this method of advertising? The simple answer […]
60% of Veterans return home with some degree of hearing loss or tinnitus due to chronic noise exposure. On behalf of The Hearing & Dizziness Clinic, we would like to thank all of the veterans and serving members for their dedication, selflessness and sacrifices.