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Welcome to Moore Audiology

Welcome to Moore Audiology. In this video learn more about our care philosophy and hear from one of our longtime patients.

By |April 8th, 2015|Video Library|0 Comments

Nutrients that Support Hearing Health

We don’t often think about food when it comes to hearing loss, but that’s a big mistake. There are a lot of foods that boost our immune systems, lower cholesterol levels, control insulin, give us energy, or make us feel better. It’s not surprising that some foods are good for our hearing. Have you ever […]

By |April 18th, 2018|Hearing Health, Research, Tips and Tricks|Comments Off on Nutrients that Support Hearing Health

A Guide to Adjusting to New Hearing Aids

Getting hearing aids is exciting- but adjusting to your new hearing aids may not be something you took into account. Hearing aids aren’t simply like glasses for your ears – the they require some time and commitment to fully adjust to how they assist your hearing.  How do you adjust to hearing the world with […]

By |March 15th, 2018|Hearing Aids, Hearing Health, Tips and Tricks|Comments Off on A Guide to Adjusting to New Hearing Aids

A Guide to Buying New Hearing Aids

If you’re in the market for a new pair of hearing aids, congratulations! This is an exciting time for hearing aid technology. In recent years, hearing aid manufacturers have incorporated consumer demands for smarter and sleeker hearing aids. If this is your first ever pair of hearing aids, we understand that it can be overwhelming […]

By |February 21st, 2018|Hearing Aids, Hearing Health|Comments Off on A Guide to Buying New Hearing Aids

What to Expect at a Hearing Test

If you’ve just scheduled a hearing test with us at Moore Audiology, congratulations! Taking a hearing test is one of the most important steps you can take toward improving your hearing health, as well as your overall health and well-being.

According to the Hearing Loss Association of America, people wait an average of seven years from […]

By |January 17th, 2018|Hearing Health, Hearing Test|Comments Off on What to Expect at a Hearing Test

Talking to a Loved One About Hearing Loss

Communication: vital to any relationship, whether it be a marriage, a long friendship or even a working relationship. Different kinds of relationships are affected when a person has untreated hearing loss, but it is those closest to the hard of hearing person that suffer the most. If your spouse or family member has untreated hearing […]

By |December 19th, 2017|Family & Relationships, Hearing Loss|Comments Off on Talking to a Loved One About Hearing Loss

Untreated Hearing and the Brain

Most people think hearing loss is a condition that only affects their ears. In reality, untreated  hearing loss can affect so much more, including brain structure and  function.

According to a 2013 John Hopkins University study, hearing loss may increase the risk of cognitive problems and dementia . A 2011 dementia study monitored the cognitive health […]

By |August 4th, 2017|Hearing Loss|Comments Off on Untreated Hearing and the Brain

Top 9 Signs of Hearing Loss

Hearing loss typically comes on slowly without you or others close to you noticing right away. Its important to notice the early and get treated. Untreated hearing loss can be connected to many other health issues including an increased risk of falling and cognitive decline.
Top 9- Signs You May Have Hearing Loss
If you said yes […]

By |July 11th, 2017|Hearing Loss|Comments Off on Top 9 Signs of Hearing Loss

ReSound LiNX is a Game Changer

ReSound is known for its exceptional sound quality and passion for innovation. Their third generation of the iPhone compatible ReSound LiNX is being described as a game changer. Watch this short video as three wearers describe how the small yet powerful ReSound LiNX 3D makes a profound impact on their quality of life.

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By |July 5th, 2017|Video Library|Comments Off on ReSound LiNX is a Game Changer

How Loud is Too Loud?

At what point are sounds too loud? As the nearby graphic from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention points out, the widely held belief is that 85 decibels and louder can cause permanent damage to cells in our inner ear.

The answer is more complicated than that however. The length of exposure also plays a […]

By |March 27th, 2017|Hearing Loss|Comments Off on How Loud is Too Loud?

Get Relief for Ringing in the Ears

All of us at one point or another have experienced a ringing sensation in the ears. This ringing, clicking or whirring sound is known as tinnitus. For 45 million Americans ringing in the ears is so persistent that it makes concentrating extremely difficult.

As the cause of tinnitus is unknown it does appeared linked to exposure […]

By |March 13th, 2017|Tinnitus|0 Comments