Image of man operating backhoeFrank starts every day with fresh-ground coffee. He drives to work and cranks the radio during his 20-minute commute. Cars honk with impatience, and jackhammers roar through a construction zone.

At work, Frank operates backhoes and skid steers, sometimes forgetting to wear his soundproof headphones, before returning home through rush hour traffic. He cuts his grass while listening to music through his earbuds, then falls asleep to the TV.

It seems like a perfectly normal day, but there’s an underlying and dangerous force prevalent throughout Frank’s day. It’s full of noise pollution.

Covid19 300x220Given the growing concerns of COVID-19, we wanted to share a few updates on the precautions we are taking. The health and wellness of our patients and employees is our first priority. 

Get The Facts

The New Jersey Health Department and CDC have up to date information for you. We encourage you to visit these websites to stay connected to the most current and accurate information.

daughter with parents at restaurantHearing aids are an excellent tool to improve your hearing, but it doesn’t happen overnight. You’ll need to adjust to the function and feel of your new devices. Here are some tips to help you get comfortable.

Hearing AidHave you heard? Two really is better than one, especially when it comes to hearing aids.

Brain Training

The nerve centers in your brain that receive auditory signals become ineffective without sounds to stimulate them, which will worsen over time. If you invest in two hearing aids, you’ll stimulate both ears and strengthen your brain’s “muscle.”

Family HearingNearly 30% of the population over 65 experience some degree of hearing loss. That’s about 50 million people in the United States alone. The level of temporary or permanent hearing loss varies among individuals, so it’s important to know the signs.

Signs And Cause of Temporary Hearing Loss

Temporary hearing loss can be treated easily if you take action at the onset of symptoms.