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GSI Introduces Good Question! Q&A Series

9/13/18 8:10 AM / by Grason-Stadler posted in Audiology Equipment

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This year, GSI found an opportunity at AAA in Nashville to make our educational content more customized to the questions that GSI users had. Questions ranged from those about operation all the way to those about very specific tests. We invited convention-goers to step up to the mic and record their good questions. The questions were then answered by the GSI audiology team.

We took these recorded questions and answers to create Good Question!

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Turn it Up to 11!: The Loudest Live Events Ever Recorded

8/31/18 11:03 AM / by Adam Dawson posted in Hearing Health

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Ever wonder exactly how loud your favorite band is? How about those sporting events you frequently attend to see the teams you love play? Both may be way noisier than you think.

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How Tinnitus Affects Sleep

8/15/18 10:53 AM / by Adam Dawson posted in Tinnitus

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If you’re one of the 50 million Americans who suffer from tinnitus, you already know that sleeping can be difficult. Tinnitus contributes to sleeping problems, and sleeping problems contribute to tinnitus. If you don’t address the problem, it can easily spiral out of control.

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Q3 Occupational Hearing Health News & Research Roundup

8/14/18 11:38 AM / by Adam Dawson posted in Occupational Health, Research

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When it comes to hearing health in the workplace, it’s crucial to be in the know about the latest news and research. To help you cut through the clutter, we’ve compiled a short list of some of the biggest stories related to workplace hearing health over the past few months. Check them out below!

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Household Items That Can Damage Your Hearing

8/13/18 10:46 AM / by Adam Dawson posted in Hearing Health

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Hearing hazards are a part of normal, everyday life. From jackhammers to emergency vehicle sirens, there seems to be loud noises everywhere we turn these days. But how much is too much? And do the threats to our hearing health deserve as much attention at home as they do away from home?

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Are Your Patients Good Candidates for VRT?

8/10/18 10:48 AM / by Adam Dawson posted in Vestibular

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Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT) has proven to be effective for improving vestibular disorder-related symptoms, such as vertigo, imbalance, dizziness, migraines, and visual disturbances. But is it the right therapy for all your vestibular patients?

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How to Assess Safe Noise Levels in the Workplace

8/9/18 1:24 PM / by Adam Dawson posted in Occupational Health

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According to OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration), millions of workers are exposed to potentially damaging noise at work each year. While we tend to think of the health repercussions of hearing loss first, as we should, there are also negative financial effects to consider, particularly in the workplace.

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Should Your Practice Offer Tele-Audiology Services?

8/6/18 2:12 PM / by Adam Dawson posted in Audiometry

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In 2018 there isn’t much you can’t do remotely. Work, school, shopping, socializing… we’ve reached a point where we can do almost anything we want from the comfort of our homes. It only makes sense that healthcare would follow. And it has.

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Helping Patients Feel Better About Their Hearing Aids

7/25/18 1:31 PM / by Adam Dawson posted in Hearing Aids

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Coping with life’s challenges is never easy, especially if they involve a physical limitation like losing one’s hearing. For many patients with hearing loss the reaction could be fear, as in wanting to escape the situation, or shame, as in wanting to hide from it.

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10 Tools All Hearing Professionals Should be Using

7/18/18 9:21 AM / by Adam Dawson posted in Audiometry

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The list of tools and instruments that audiologists use is vast and ever-evolving. As time marches on, new technologies are created to make your work easier and more efficient. However, this list is for the essentials – the kind of products and tools that will keep your practice humming along day in and day out.

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