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Benefits of Leveraging Hearing Aid Verification Equipment

2/28/19 11:10 AM / by Adam Dawson posted in Audiology Equipment

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Time is money.

Those three words sum up why hearing health professionals should utilize hearing aid verification equipment in their practices. By doing so, you will reduce the number of follow-up visits from each patient, increasing cost savings as a result.

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Hearing Aid Accessories your Patients will Love

2/26/19 3:33 PM / by Adam Dawson posted in Hearing Aids

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When it comes to hearing aid accessories, there are a few “must-have” products, including a supply of batteries, brushes to clean out domes and earpieces, and a small, flexible wire that removes earwax blockage from tubing. Then there are the “nice-to-have” accessories that are readily available for purchase. These products may not be necessary to a hearing aid wearer, but they can make their lives much easier.

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Me, Myself, and Meniere’s: An e3 Employee’s Struggles and Triumphs with Meniere’s Disease

2/25/19 11:29 AM / by Adam Dawson posted in e3 News, Audiometry

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How many of us get the gratification of helping someone better treat an ailment we struggle with? For Ryan Mills, Au.D. of e3 Gordon Stowe Dayton, it’s almost an everyday occurrence. For the past three years, Ryan has lived with Meniere’s disease, an inner-ear disorder that causes pressure in the ear, severe dizziness and vertigo, hearing loss, and tinnitus.

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5 Ways to Promote Healthy Hearing

2/19/19 2:04 PM / by Adam Dawson posted in Hearing Health

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Audiologists know the impact that loss of hearing has on their patients’ lives. Unfortunately, the first interaction with most of them comes after they have already developed some degree of hearing loss. The sad reality is many people put off getting their hearing checked until it is too late. According to the Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA), it takes seven years, on average, for a person to seek treatment for suspected hearing loss. These may be the same people that are unaware of the detrimental effects loss of hearing can have on their social lives and cognitive health.

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Digital Hearing Tests: The Pros and Cons

2/13/19 11:32 AM / by Adam Dawson posted in Audiometry

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You can sit down and take your blood pressure reading at any number of retail outlets. You can order a kit to be sent to your home to test for blood-sugar levels, colon cancer, HIV, and more. We are in the age of “do-it-yourself” when it comes to screening for health issues. Now, online hearing tests are part of this DIY phenomenon.

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Audiology Equipment We Love in 2019

2/12/19 3:57 PM / by e3 Diagnostics posted in Audiology Equipment

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e3 Diagnostics represents over 160 products from leading manufacturers of audiology equipment. That allows us to suggest the right hearing and balance screening equipment that will help you, as a hearing healthcare professional, better treat your patients.

In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, we’ve put together a short list of the audiological instruments we love this year. Here is a summary of products that can help meet your unique hearing care needs in 2019.

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Aquatic Physiotherapy: An Effective Vestibular Rehab Tool

2/6/19 10:45 AM / by Adam Dawson posted in Vestibular

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Why an Understanding of Hearing Loss is Important for Physical Therapists

1/31/19 11:55 AM / by Adam Dawson posted in Hearing Health

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There are many causes of hearing loss. There is also a correlation between the age of a person and hearing loss. The older the person, the better chance they are hearing impaired.

Physical therapists are often called upon to work with the older patients whom are experiencing pain, weakness, trouble balancing, and more. Because of their age, many of these patients may also suffer from some degree of hearing loss, which is why an understanding of the condition can be valuable for those in the field.

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Telecoils: Where Low-Tech Becomes High-Tech

1/24/19 11:14 AM / by Adam Dawson posted in Hearing Aids

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As an audiologist, you know the most basic, yet important, facts about how hearing aids work: microphones always pick up what’s closest and loudest. This means that microphones can’t differentiate what sound or whose voice is of the most importance to the wearer.

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PlusoptiX Vision Screeners Praised by Medical Professionals

1/16/19 2:57 PM / by e3 Diagnostics posted in e3 News, Technology

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Our friends at PlusoptiX have made the news this week! In a recent article published in Healio, a digital medical news journal covering all fields of medicine, author David Brottman, MD, FAAP praised the manufacturer’s vision screeners for their ability to quickly produce high-quality referrals and, in turn, help vastly improve his practice’s care for children.

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