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Find out more about Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss. Click here to download.

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Renée graduated from Ecole Secondaire Catholique Saint-Charles-Garnier in Whitby in 2004, from University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Science Degree in 2008, from University of Ottawa with a Masters’ degree in Audiology in 2010, and most recently, with a Doctor of Audiology Degree (Au. D.) from Salus University, Pennsylvania. The Au. D. program is uniquely designed to meet the

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Step 1 Otoscopy (looking in the ear canal) for any visible obstruction/damage. The hearing test is conducted in a sound treated booth. Headphones or inserts are used for air conduction and speech testing. A bone oscillator is placed behind the ear for bone conduction testing. Tones are presented to the person, varying in both pitch and loudness. A pushbutton is

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Q. Do manufacturers of hearing aids own hearing aid clinics? A. There is a recent trend in hearing care for some manufacturers of hearing aids to own hearing aid clinics. These clinics typically sell only hearing aids manufactured by the manufacturer. Q. Is your hearing aid clinic owned by hearing healthcare professionals? A. Yes and the first in the Durham

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Myth: My type of hearing loss cannot be helped. Fact: In virtually all cases, nerve deafness (sensorineural hearing loss) can be helped through amplification. This type of hearing loss is permanent and irreversible. Regular examinations and hearing tests are recommended. Some people discover that their problem is simply just too much earwax! Myth: Ear wax cannot cause hearing loss. Fact:

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