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Five thousand children are born profoundly deaf each year in the United States alone. Another 10 to 15 percent of newborns have a partial hearing loss or other hearing problems. Sensorineural Impairment A sensorineural hearing loss is used to describe hearing impairments which result from a disruption of the conversion of mechanical viabrations in the inner ear to nerve […]...
First, in order to understand possible problems of the middle ear and eustachian tube, a brief review of ear anatomy & physiology is in order. Mechanisms of Hearing The ear is comprised of three portions: an outer ear (external), a middle ear and inner ear. The outer (external) ear consists of an auricle and […]...
Dizziness is a symptom, not a disease. It may be defined as a sensation of unsteadiness, imbalance, or disorientation in relation to an individual’s surroundings. The symptom of dizziness may vary widely from person to person and be caused by many difference diseases. Dizziness may or may not be accompanied by a hearing impairment. Movement […]...
Chronic ear infections is the result of an infection that has left a residual injury to the ear. This type of infection has been established as the cause of your ear problem. Chronic ear infection (the technical diagnosis is chronic otitis media) symptoms depend upon whether or not there is involvement of the mastoid bone […]...
General Comments Acoustic tumors are fibrous growths originating from the auditory or balance nerves and are usually not malignant. They do not spread to other parts of the brain, other than by direct extension. They constitute approximately 10% of all brain tumors. They are located between the brain stem and the inner ear, adjacent to […]...
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I don’t have the words to describe the change in my life since being fitted with my hearing aids. I am 46 years old and have had a high frequency hearing loss since childhood. I have guessed my way through many conversations over the years, but finally decided that was becoming too difficult and stressful. I finally made an appointment with Ashland Audiology. From that first appointment, Dr. Amy and the staff have been thorough, understanding, enthusiastic, and supportive. My new hearing aids have drastically improved my quality of life. I am more comfortable and confident in my work and at home because of that. Thanks so much.
After several years of having trouble understanding conversations and at my family’s insistence I visited with Dr. Bill Holzhaeuser to find that I need hearing aids. What a difference they’ve made in my life. My family doesn’t holler at me – television is easier to hear – I don’t feel left out of conversations and telephone conversations are easy to understand. I found Dr. Bill to be kind, knowledgeable, patient, and humorous – a pleasure to work with. Thank you, Dr. Bill for making my life easier, safer and audible.
I so appreciate what Bill has done to keep my hearing. I would be so handicapped if I couldn’t have my hearing aids. As I’m Granny Goose at the libraries, I have to talk to the children. They have light voices and so enjoy visiting. Thank you, Dr. Bill, for all the fun I can have as I’m aging.
Since we have been coming to Dr. Bill, we have had very good results. I am receiving excellent benefits with my new hearing aids. We are very happy with the results. Dr. Bill was very thorough and knew just the right king of hearing aids I needed. My wife is very happy too.
When I first met Bill in the early 1990s. I was in need of new hearing aids. Bill has always been very kind, understanding and patient. He is very knowledgeable and always searches for the best possible product for each individual's needs. He also stands behind his products and is only satisfied when his patient is satisfied. He goes the extra mile and I value him greatly.
I was not aware of all the things I was missing until Bill set me up with hearing aids. Thanks for the polite, professional experience. I still enjoy working with you! P.S. My wife especially thanks you also.
Thanks for the gift of hearing – realizing I never knew my hearing was that bad. Not Anymore – I referred my friend, Ginny, to you. Now she’s getting them in 12 days!
Dr. Bill is very easy to talk to… he explained my hearing loss so that I can understand. He has a very nice personality. I always feel so happy when I leave his office.
Dr. Bill has been my audiologist for 8 years. His knowledge of the latest hearing aid technology has helped my hearing tremendously. He is always very supportive and generous with his time.
Bill Holzhaeuser is very knowledgeable about his profession. He is very kind, courteous and respectful. He is always able to answer any questions I may have in regard to audiology. He greets his patients with a friendly smile. I feel very comfortable. Dr. Bill provides excellent service.