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Helpful Hearing Care Tips & Advice from Our Audiologists

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The Importance of Real-Ear Hearing Aid Measurements

Recent studies on hearing aid use have made an astounding discovery - although hearing aid technology has improved significantly during the last decade, hearing instrument user satisfaction has not increased at the same rate! Experts believe this is because many...

Hearing, Cognitive Overload & Memory Loss

Your hearing is one of your most valuable assets. It connects you to your friends, family, and the world around you. What you may not realize, however, is the degree to which hearing takes place in your brain, not your ears! In fact, because your brain is different...

How Does Loud Noice Cause Hearing Loss?

Our expert for hearing loss treatment in Rupert emphasizes the importance of protecting your hearing from loud sound so you can avoid the difficulties that accompany noise-induced hearing damage. By opting for earplugs during a loud concert or in a noisy work...

Advanced Hearing Aids

If you have been considering hearing rehabilitation for yourself but dislike the idea of traditional hearing aids, then we have great news for you! Thanks to the incredible advancements in hearing-assistive technology, today’s hearing aids offer many unique ways to...

How Do You Stop the Ringing in Your Ear

Ringing in your ears is an annoyance at best. When it continues as a chronic problem, it can also disrupt all areas of your life. Whether you suffer from unwanted sound in your ears on rare occasion or as part of an ongoing battle, our specialist for Rupert, ID,...

February is Heart Health Month.

The inner ear is really remarkable!  The human ear responds to 10 octaves of sound, from the softest rustling of a leaf, to a jet engine at take off.  This amazing range comes through specialized cells that are very susceptible to changes in the blood supply.  If...

New Year…New Ears!

New Year...New Ears!What are your goals for 2018?It's hard to believe that 2017 is almost over.  Do you make resolutions or set goals?  I'll have to admit that many of my goals were left undone this year due to health challenges and then new opportunities that came...

November is Diabetes Awareness Month

Diabetes is the inability of a the body to process carbohydrates. This can be due to insulin resistance, (type 2 diabetes), or due to lack of insulin production, (type 1 diabetes).  When the body cannot remove sugar from the blood stream, it can cause damage to both...

Fall in the air, reflection, and hope.

Fall in the air...Autumn is my favorite time of year.  The crisp morning air, the colors of the leaves changing, the warmth of the late autumn light make my heart peaceful.  I also love watching the busy harvest activities happening all around.  It's a time to enjoy...

Sounds of Summer Scavenger Hunt 2017

Our office is sponsoring a sound scavenger hunt this summer!  Drop in, and pick up your contest card.  Our hope is to encourage you to experience all that our beautiful area has to offer.  The rules are as follows:Visit at least one county fair, one fine arts theatre...