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You may know someone who is suffering from hearing loss. They may deny it, but you can see them struggle. Hearing Aids could help them live easier. Learn how you can help them through this tough time.Read more
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If you’ve never been to an audiologist or have had your hearing check before, learn about what your first visit with us will be like and how we’ll determine if hearing aids will help with your hearing loss.Read more
If you’d like to learn more about how the ear works or how hearing aids work, you can find a library of hearing information.Read more
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We provide state-of-the-art hearing health services and offer solutions customized to every patient’s individual communication needs. Our audiologists approach patient care with understanding and compassion. We develop a custom tailored treatment plan based on the outcome of the patient’s hearing evaluation, history and day to day hearing needs. Patients are able to make informed decisions about hearing aids and recommended treatments.
Atlanta Hearing Institute strives to ensure that our patients receive the care and help they need, whether it is knowledge about your hearing or treatment options for a known hearing loss. We can help determine if you have a hearing loss, discuss what this means, and explore the different treatment options available. Give us a call today and schedule your consultative appointment with one of our expert audiologists!
Through our affiliation with ENT of Georgia South, we have a professional staff of not only audiologists, but physicians and specialists of the Ear, Nose and Throat as well as Snoring and Allergies. Patients are welcomed into our healtcare ecosystem with the comfort of knowing our staff and referrals are tightly integrated for optimal hearing healthcare.
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According to a study published in the American Journal of Medicine. High body mass index (BMI) and larger waist circumference are positively associated, and physical activity is inversely associated, with the risk of self-reported hearing loss. In
From the May 2015 Issue of The Hearing Review According to a presentation at the 169th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA) being held May 18-22 in Pittsburgh, Pa, researchers from the University of Colorado