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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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Meeting with an audiologist to discuss your hearing problems and take a series of tests is a necessary step to receiving the solutions you need, but it can seem intimidating if it’s your first time visiting the office. While you can trust your audiologist to ask and answer many questions during the visit, it’s also good to bring a list

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Choosing which audiologist to entrust your hearing care to is an important decision. You should always gather personal reviews and unbiased evidence of each audiologist’s credentials, reputation and quality of service. Although these are the key traits to look for, there are a few practical matters to keep in mind that should have at least some impact on your ultimate

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Audiologists are commonly known as doctors of hearing. They’re the experts in testing, diagnosing and treating hearing loss whether it’s caused by a birth defect, the cumulative effect of noise damage over time or a recent injury. What you might not know is that audiologists also treat ear conditions that aren’t directly related to hearing. If you have one of

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Taking a hearing test can be daunting for most people. It is completely unfamiliar territory for a lot of people who do not know what to expect. They are scared of probes being poked into their ears, thanks to all the horrifying rumors they keep hearing from unreliable sources. Similar to almost every other situation, the unknown tends to scare

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According to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, roughly 48 million Americans have hearing loss. While the condition isn’t limited to the aging population, that number is growing as more and more Baby Boomers enter into late adulthood. Accompanying this milestone in life is often the beginning of hearing loss. While the issue isn’t synonymous with old age, statistics show an increased

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