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By now we have all packed off the family back to work, school or their own homes revealing that some have not been as involved as they were last year. The holidays are a time to gather together with family and friends but they can be bittersweet for many – especially those with unaddressed hearing difficulty, which can lead to...December 23, 2011
Robert, Jo, Zoe, Ali, Ros & Jane would like to wish all our clients best wishes over the holidays. The office will open again on 3rd January at 9.00am. If you need us in an emergency, please email [email protected] or post a message with your contact details and we’ll come back to you.December 21, 2011
The Better Hearing Institute in the USA have published a guide for tinnitus sufferers. The details and link are below. People with “Ringing in the Ears” Can Download Free, All-New Authoritative eGuide on Tinnitus. People suffering with tinnitus, commonly known as “ringing in the ears,” can find the latest information on their condition and methods for coping with it in...December 21, 2011
Tinnitus is disturbing problem for many. Hearing loss is, in many cases, associated with tinnitus but in cases where the hearing loss is mild this can go unnoticed as the focus is more on the internal noise rather than the lack hearing ability. Improving hearing has long been the preferred method of helping tinnitus sufferers . You can see how...December 15, 2011
Robert Beiny, Director of Audiology @ HHP, works closely with Hear the World (hear-the-world.com), a Swiss charity dedicated to raising global awareness to the culture of hearing. We thank our colleagues Switzerland and Germany for this report Keep your ears open when it comes to buying toys 2011-11-30, Staefa, Switzerland The holidays are just around the corner, and with that...December 14, 2011
Does the humble tuning fork still have a place in a modern audiology centre? Tuning forks (this is mine which I’ve owned for 35 years) are used to carry Rinne and Weber tests. These tests provide a quick easy method of determining whether a hearing loss is situated in the middle ear or inner ear. A vibrating tuning fork is...December 9, 2011
It’s really nice to know that you are reading this as it means that you have found our latest blog. We’ve had a blog lyrichearingexperience since March 2011 on our dedicated lyrichearing.co.uk website but now we’ve added this one as well for our parent website, hearinghealthcare.co.uk. This blog will grow into a collection of hearing, hearing protection and ear related...