Ringing in the Ears – Tinnitus

Ron Middleton Ear Health, Hearing Aids, Tinnitus

Ringing In the Ears – Tinnitus Many people experience an occasional ringing (or roaring, hissing, buzzing, or tinkling) in their ears. The sound usually lasts only a few minutes. That’s normal. However, ringing in the ears that doesn’t go away isn’t normal. It’s called tinnitus. You …

Hear for the Holidays – ‘Tis The Season

Ron Middleton Hearing Aids

Hear for the Holidays ‘Tis The Season As Thanksgiving approaches, people are taking time to give thanks for all the blessing they enjoy. To do that, they get together for fabulous parties and conversations around the table. Are you tired of not being able to …

Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow

Ron Middleton Hearing Aids

Protecting your hearing in a noise filled world If you live in America today, you can’t avoid the risk of noise-induced hearing loss. In your everyday activities, you’re exposed to a variety of noise-makers–be it running a vacuum cleaner, attending a concert, or shooting a …

Can preference for one or two hearing aids be predicted?

Ron Middleton Hearing Aids

Originally posted by Jason Galster on Fri, Aug 31, 2012 @ 01:56 PM Noble, W. (2006). Bilateral hearing aids: A review of self-reports of benefit in comparison with unilateral fitting. International Journal of Audiology, 45(Supplement 1), S63-S71. This editorial discusses the clinical implications of an …