Hearing HealthCare in Young Adults
When it comes to overall hearing health, younger generations may see hearing loss and hearing aids as something they need to be concerned with in their later years, unaware that hearing damage is cumulative over time.
The Connection Between Hearing Health & Cognitive Care
Hearing is optimal to your longevity and is directly related to facilitating lower levels of depression symptoms, greater social engagement, and higher self-efficacy, which directly correlates to your cognitive function.
When Silence is Deafening
People suffering from constant daytime ringing can also find relief by being fitted with a hearing device.
Tips & Tricks to Keep Your Ears Healthy
Just like a car, your ears need routine maintenance too! From at home tips and tricks to ways our team at Riesberg Institute can help, we have everything you need to keep...
Is Dizziness Making You Feel Off-Balance?
Hearing loss effects more than the ability to communicate with others, it can lead to feeling off balance and dizzy. However choosing to treat hearing loss aggressively could decrease your risk of falling and other injuries. Make an appointment at Riesberg Institute, our audiologist will find the perfect fit for you and your hearing needs.
What to Expect During Your Hearing Test
Having an appointment for a hearing test once you have started experiencing hearing loss can be nerve wrecking! But when you know what to expect during your appointment and understand how Riesberg Institute individualizes your experience, you can sit back and relax. Whether it’s simply asking questions to get to know you and your history or our assessment, Riesberg Institute prides itself in finding the best solution for your individual situation.
Is Your Ear Infection Causing Hearing Loss?
Ear infections can affect your hearing and even lead to temporary hearing loss. This is caused by the infection building up fluid and affecting the eardrum and other parts of the ear that help you hear.
Hearing Loss Leads to Other Health Concerns
Hearing loss effects more than the ability to communicate with others, it can lead to various other health issues. However choosing to treat hearing loss aggressively could decrease your risk of cognitive decline, falling, and other health concerns. At Riesberg Institute our audiologist, is committed to finding the perfect fit for you and your hearing needs.