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Hearing loss may be difficult to accept and many people do not know where to begin. Our team of ENT physicians and audiologists at Ear, Nose and Throat Specialists of Wisconsin will work close with you to determine what your hearing needs are.

Our mission is to improve the lives of people with hearing loss through better hearing. Our educated, experienced audiology staff is dedicated to providing you with the highest quality of hearing care in a personalized, caring environment.


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Hearing health problems are common for older people. As you get older, both your vision and your hearing can decline. However, there are some things that you can do to help lessen your chances of experiencing hearing health problems. The right steps could help to reduce the likelihood of hearing health issues, as well as reduce some of the complications

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Have you ever experienced a constant ringing, buzzing or humming noise ? Did you notice that you were the only one that could hear it? This is called tinnitus and it’s a very common condition. This is an auditory illusion, also known as a phantom sound that can be caused by a variety of things. This can include built-up earwax

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Did you know that there are different tests for young children and adults? Not all hearing tests are alike, and they each have their way to measure how well the ears and brain respond to sound. Each hearing test that is performed is based on the patient’s situation, as all of these tests have their forms of measurement. Each of

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Technology has come a long way. Both phones and hearing aids are now more advanced than ever and their technology will only continue to grow and advance within time. Nowadays, phones seem as if they can do anything. Once a device that could only take calls... now, they’ve exploded into mini-computers that allow for calls, taking photos, doing purchases, and so

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It’s no secret that eating well is crucial to good health, and poor nutrition can lead to a lot of health issues. However, many people are unaware of the link between hearing loss and nutrition. The food that you eat can have a big impact on your hearing health, so it is important that you consider nutrition, especially as you

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If you know that you need a new hearing aid or you're thinking about getting one, then it's important to be aware of the many options that you have at your disposal. There's more than just one type of hearing aid, which means that you'll have a choice when it comes to getting the one that's right with you. Of

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If you get seasonal allergies, then you’ll already know just how annoying it can be to have a runny nose and itchy eyes, all because of something that has, well, nothing to do with you whatsoever. However, while these are the classic side effect symptoms of allergies, they’re not the only ones. They can also affect your hearing, too. Indeed,

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According to statistics released by CDC, noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) is a condition that affects over 17% of adults around the world. Protecting our hearing has never been as important as it is today – but can we do so with earplugs? Earplugs do work, but since each environment has a different noise level, you must find the right earplugs

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Hearing loss is an extremely common underlying symptom that affects over one billion people across the world, but only 17% of the people who would benefit from a hearing aid decide to get professional help. At the same time, hearing aids have constantly been developing since they first became available on the market at the beginning of the 20th century. 

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Hearing loss affects people of all ages. Living with hearing loss can have an impact on both your social and professional life. Fortunately, there are treatments for hearing loss and an audiologist will be able to recommend a suitable solution depending on the patient.  Hearing aids are usually the most effective treatment for hearing loss and can improve the wearer’s

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