I am sometimes asked why my initial appointments for hearing assessment are up to 90 minutes long and why do I charge a fee for these appointments when some of the competitors do it for free. I thought I will write this post to justify the use of the time and evaluation to make it […]
What will you do if a client reports to you that they have swallowed a battery by mistake? Presented here is a discussion on the topic and a case report of a 71-year-old hearing device user who swallowed a battery mistakenly.
With the advent of increasing number of devices that use batteries, the incidence of the […]
This post is meant for the clinicians looking for a hands-on review of audiology equipment. The first such equipment in this series is Inventis Viola, which is a portable and compact diagnostic audiometer and tympanometer combined in one.
Inventis Viola is a portable diagnostic audiology machine that combines a neat audiometer and tympanometer package into one. It comes […]
This article describes how the children with hearing aids can get better results in listening to speech in noisy environment and music by using technology
Hearing technology has improved leaps and bound in last few years. Therefore, there are so many technology friendly options that can make your and your child’s life much easier listening to […]
Audiology Planet presents you a special blog, written by Jodene Antoniou, mother of a child with hearing devices and creator of two great websites: MyLittleEars and Capital Captions
It’s been over three years now since our son was officially diagnosed with hearing loss and fitted with his first set of hearing aids. We went through a lot of denial […]
Live Webinar with Dr James Hall on APD Workshop
When: Apr 26, 2017 6:30 PM BST.
Register here. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) Workshop
When: 15th-16th May 2017
Where: Greenwich, London, UK
Confirmed Speakers: Dr James Hall (America) and Dr Harvey Dillon (Australia)
For audiologists and other professionals who would […]
Audiology Planet Presents: Professional Development Newsletter. March 2017
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Some great tips here: ‘Why Do I Get Dizzy During Workout Classes?’ http://buff.ly/2mTAWLi
Common questions about assessment and management of auditory processing disorder http://buff.ly/2mNDZYq
How to fall asleep with tinnitus- great article with lot of practical tips http://buff.ly/2mZfAws
Hidden hearing issues- synapse loss or myline/heminode […]
‘School can be a very boring place if the child suffers from Auditory Processing Disorders’
I was recently invited to have an interactive facebook chat session on AUDITORY PROCESSING DISORDER by a dynamic Indian telecare therapy portal, 1SpecialPlace. Posting the edited chat here for Audiology Planet audience. The names are anonymised for obvious reasons.
1SpecialPlace Hello everyone. […]
This post explains some of the comonly used terms in audiology clinics. Effort has been made to keep the language simple and easily understandable for the members of public. Suggestions and comments are welcome.
Cochlea and hair cells
Human ear is formed of three parts. Outer ear that we can see, middle ear with ear drum […]
The advances in new wearable fitness trackers open up a world of possibilities in healthcare. I strongly feel that the fitness tracking technology is the next big thing in the world of electronic gadgets and will provide much more integration with other gadgets around in near future. Some hearing aids can already, seamlessly connect with the […]