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What To Know About Tinnitus

“Hey Doc, what’s that ringing in my ears?” This is a question we hear all the time. Ringing in the ears is called tinnitus (pronounced “tin-eye-tis” or “tin-it-tis”) and it is often a symptom of an underlying condition, such as hearing loss. It is a subjective internal sound that others around you cannot hear. Tinnitus

Stop Using Q-Tips in Your Ears!

“Hold on, I just found out I am not supposed to put Q-tips in my ears!  But, how am I supposed to keep my ears clean?” We can't count how many times we've heard our patients say that they were “today years old” when they found out that Q-tips weren't meant to go into their

COVID-19 Update

A lot has happen in the world over the past few months. Our Juneau office has reopened and we are resuming some of our travel clinics, but are proceeding with caution. The health & safety of our patients, our staff & the communities that we serve are of the utmost importance to us. We've updated

COVID-19

Our office is aware of the recent outbreak of COVID-19 and we are taking all proper precautions that we can. We are very aware that a large portion of our patients fall into the “high risk” category for this virus, this is something we take very seriously. In addition to seeing patients at our Juneau

Audiology Services Coming to Cordova

Northland Audiology & Hearing Services is expanding to Cordova, Alaska. Southeast Alaska’s premier hearing care provider will now be providing high-quality hearing healthcare for people in the Cordova community starting in January 2020. Northland Audiology & Hearing Services, which has been providing hearing healthcare to Southeast Alaskans since 1993, currently has an office in Juneau,

Can Smoking Damage Your Hearing?

Most people know that cigarette smoking carries a myriad of health risks. But did you know that cigarette smoke can also damage your hearing? If you’re a smoker – or live with someone who smokes – chances are your hearing is at risk. Smoking affects your hearing health in a variety of ways: Cigarettes contain

May is Better Hearing Month

Can you believe it's already May? Where has the year gone? Better Hearing Month has been celebrated across America each May since 1927. It aims to raise awareness about hearing loss and treatments and promotes high quality hearing health. Treating hearing loss can dramatically improve life quality not only for persons with hearing difficulties, but

Untreated Hearing Loss & Family Gatherings

Holiday family gatherings are a time when it can become evident that someone has trouble hearing. A family member with untreated haring loss may feel forced to choose between not understanding conversations or not participating in celebrations at all. Family members may notice typical signs of hearing loss such as: Needing the television volume loud.

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