How Traumatic Brain Injury Can Cause Hearing Loss

How Traumatic Brain Injury Can Cause Hearing Loss

Hearing loss often happens in conjunction with a traumatic brain injury. The eardrum ruptures when a strong object strikes a person’s head at a high velocity, and this disrupts the neurological process. Sometimes, parietal or temporal lobe damage can also cause...

Robert Lang

Robert Lang, Au.D., CCC-A Robert Lang, Au.D., CCC-A Robert Lang, Au.D., CCC-A Doctor of Audiology Education Bachelor of Arts in Geography and Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences – University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, MN Doctor of Audiology – A.T. Still...
Family Gatherings Can Be Hard for People With Hearing Loss

Family Gatherings Can Be Hard for People With Hearing Loss

One of the joys of holidays is that we can spend time with our extended family. Such occasions can be tough for people with hearing loss. Hearing loss can sometimes make you feel left out of conversations. It is easy to turn down party invitations and family...
When to Get You Hearing Checked – 3 Signs to Look Out For

When to Get You Hearing Checked – 3 Signs to Look Out For

Does it always seem as though people are not speaking loud enough? Do you always have to raise the volume every time you watch TV? All of these could be signs of hearing loss. While these early warning signs might not seem serious, they might point to hearing loss....