Hearing loss can also occur later in childhood. In these cases, parents, grandparents, and other caregivers are often the first to notice that something may be wrong with a young child’s hearing. Even if your child’s hearing was tested as a newborn, the Audiologists at...

Typically, hearing loss is a very slow and gradual process; one in which the listener may not even realize a hearing loss is present. Some people think their doctor would have told them is they had hearing loss, but only about 14% of doctors routinely screen for hearin...

Our Little Rock Audiologists know that technology changes quickly. Much like TVs and phones, hearing aids have evolved over time, and today there are more options for hearing aids than ever before. Long past are the days of large, flesh-toned hearing aids. With compani...

Do you ever experience a constant ringing, buzzing, chirping, or any other sound, that only you can hear? If so, you’re not alone. An estimated 10-14% of the population experience this phenomenon, known as tinnitus. Those affected by chronic tinnitus range greatly from...

The first opportunity to test a child’s hearing is in the hospital shortly after birth. If your child’s hearing is not screened before leaving the hospital, it is recommended that screening be done within the first month of life at a hearing facility like Arkansas Otol...

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