Hearing loss can affect anyone, and at any point during a person’s life. It affects different people to varying degrees and for different reasons, and can be triggered by any number of environmental and biological factors. If you are experiencing hearing loss, the first step is to get in to see us at Rocky Mountain Hearing & Balance to receive appropriate hearing care. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY
BALANCE & DIZZINESS
Many words are used to describe dizziness – disorientation, imbalance, light-headedness and swaying, but true vertigo is characterized by a spinning sensation. Problems with vertigo can be caused by the inner ear and should be diagnosed by an Audiologist. If you are experiencing dizziness, please contact our office today. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY
TINNITUS (Ringing or Buzzing)
Tinnitus is a very common problem affecting nearly 50 million Americans. Thankfully, for most, it does not pose a significant problem; but for a small percentage, it is very invasive. If you are experiencing ringing, or buzzing in your ear, we can help. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY
One way that noise can permanently damage your hearing is by a single brief exposure to a high noise level, such as a firecracker going off near your ear. But hearing damage can also occur gradually at much lower levels of noise, if there is enough exposure over time. To protect your hearing, you’ll want to limit your exposure to these moderately high noise levels and give your ears a chance to recover after any period of noise exposure.