Over-the-counter hearing aids are a new category of hearing aids that will be available to the public without visiting a hearing healthcare provider. OTC hearing aids, like professionally fit hearing aids (which moving forward will
Nano hearing devices are over-the-counter (OTC) hearing devices manufactured by a company in Minnesota called “Nano.” Nano claims on their website that their hearing devices are less expensive because they “cut out the middleman,” meaning
Most hearing aids on the market today are moisture-proof or water resistant and not completely waterproof. A waterproof hearing aid is one that can remain immersed underwater for an indefinite period of time and continue
Hearing aids are powered by either disposable or rechargeable batteries. Disposable, or zinc-air batteries, have a sticker or tab covering the flat side of the battery. Removing the sticker allows oxygen to enter the battery
Tinnitus is often a symptom of an underlying health condition that involves perception of a sound that often can’t be attributed to a source in the environment. While there is a list of underlying causes
What Is An Audiologist? An audiologist is a postgraduate trained healthcare professional who evaluates, diagnoses, treats and manages hearing, hearing loss, auditory pathway health and balance disorders at all ages (birth to end of life).
Ear candling is an alternative medicine based on pseudoscientific principles that claims to remove earwax and toxins from the passages in one’s head. Ear candlers believe that the head contains pathways that are all interconnected,