Albuquerque Hearing & Balance is committed to being the leading provider of hearing & balance services in New Mexico. We exceed our patients’ expectations
Albuquerque Hearing and Balance started as a successful one-woman practice for Carol L. Clifford in 1998, and has grown into New Mexico's largest private audiology group. Carol attributes Albuquerque Hearing and Balance success to her staff of audiologists and their support staff. "I truly believe we have the most talented, compassionate, skilled, dedicated audiologists in the state. We change people's lives on a daily basis," she says. Hearing loss is one of the most common health conditions in the US. The audiologists at Albuquerque Hearing and Balance craft custom solutions for their patients, who range from newborns to age 104, and when a patient is fitted with the proper device and their ears are opened, it can be quite emotional. Carol's stories are chock full of anecdotes, like a 17-year-old girl who burst into tears when her custom device allowed her to hear for the first time since she was five.
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October is National Audiology Awareness Month! Did you know hearing loss is the third most common health condition impacting older adults in the US?
Untreated hearing loss can have everlasting impacts on your overall health and wellbeing. Get your hearing tested today!
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aarp.org How to know if the ringing in your ears is tinnitus. If so, how serious is it, what causes it, and how to treat it and other hearing problems.
Just like the symptoms of hearing loss vary, it can also impact children in different ways. Learn more about the types of hearing loss! https://bit.ly/3kzGHLG
hopkinsallchildrens.org Johns Hopkins All Children’s treats many types of hearing loss. Even mild hearing loss can cause difficulties with speech and language development.
Hearing loss occurs gradually, making it difficult for you to realize when you may be developing the symptoms. Learn more about the most common signs you're experiencing hearing issues.
Don't be fooled! Personal sound amplification products aren't the same as hearing aids and shouldn't be used to treat hearing loss. https://bit.ly/3kd1jJh
fda.gov FDA recently issued guidelines on important differences between hearing aides and personal sound amplifying devices.
Did you know untreated hearing loss can put the rest of your health at risk? Learn more about conditions associated with a diminished hearing ability. https://bit.ly/354pmWS
hearingreview.com A look at seven chronic conditions associated with hearing loss along with a review of some of the key supporting scientific evidence and papers.
Did you know your earwax actually helps keep your ears clean?
If you're on the fence about whether or not hearing aids can change your life, check out these 10 reasons to take the jump! https://bit.ly/3aWCCxw
hear-it.org Here are 10 good arguments for using hearing aids.
Learn how to identify the most common symptoms and types of hearing loss so you can seek treatment as early as possible! https://bit.ly/2YnNek6
bit.ly Hearing loss happens so gradually that you may not even realize it. Check out the four common types of hearing problems and what you can do about them.
Check out our top tips for helping a family member or loved one deal with hearing loss. They are often more than happy for your support!
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Great News! Our phones are back up and running smoothly. Thank you all for your patience yesterday. Now.... returning all those messages!
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Have you noticed your ears ringing after you enjoy a concert or a night of live music? Learn how you can prevent this annoying side effect! https://bit.ly/2Xd1Wqx
healthline.com Tinnitus, better known as a temporary ringing in your ears, is common after a concert. The louder the music, the shorter the time it takes to happen. But do you know how to stop your ears ringing after a concert? We explain how to counter the muffled ringing and prevent it from happening the next ti...
Hearing aids can have numerous benefits on your emotional and physical wellbeing, including the following seven! https://bit.ly/3guWdXD
aarp.org Hearing loss can increase the risk of someone falling. Here's how hearing devices can help people stay upright and even reduce the risk of dementia.
Why are regular hearing tests important? Discover the answer here!
Did you know the smallest bone in the human body is located in the ear? Learn more about the stapes with our summer hearing fact series!
Summer sounds can be damaging to your ears! Learn how to combat the effects of tinnitus! https://mayocl.in/32OZ5dR
mayoclinic.org This comprehensive overview covers symptoms, causes, and treatment of phantom ear sounds.
Protect your hearing while enjoying your favorite summer activities! https://bit.ly/3hrLSvH
consumer.healthday.com Some of the sounds of summer can pose a serious threat to your hearing.
Our summer fact series continues with this dirty tidbit! Make sure you're wiping down your headphones after each use!
Gain a new understanding of your hearing aids and the amazing technology they contain by learning more about how they work. https://bit.ly/3ej5LTJ
betterhearing.org A hearing aid is an electronic device that is worn behind or within the ear canal. Through battery power, the hearing aid is able to amplify sound so that a person with hearing loss is able to better hear their surroundings.
Understand the different types of hearing loss and what symptoms you should look out for! https://bit.ly/3e8wVwq
medicinenet.com Hearing loss (deafness) may be partial hearing loss in one ear or total deafness, and hearing loss symptoms may include ear pain. Causes of partial deafness include ear wax and heavy machinery. Types of deafness include sensorineural, conductive, sudden, noise-induced, and more.
Did you know your ears don't stop hearing when you sleep? Learn more about hearing loss this summer with our fact series!
Our clinic is working toward earning the Inspired by Ida label. We are excited to learn more about helping our patients take charge of their own care.
youracclaim.com Those who earn the Person-Centered Care badge have a thorough understanding of the different aspects of person-centered care and how person-centered care differs from the traditional biomedical model. Most importantly, they understand what it means to practice person-centered care with their clients...
Did you know sudden hearing loss can present different symptoms? Learn more about this condition. https://cle.clinic/385fagf
health.clevelandclinic.org The quicker you seek treatment, the better
Combat the challenges of communicating during the pandemic if you have hearing loss with these tips. https://bit.ly/2YsnEL5
hearinghealthfoundation.org By Jonathan Taylor, Ph.D. In New York City, we are required to wear face coverings in public and practice social distancing to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Non-essential work, like my own part-time job as an educational researcher for a university, must be completed remotel
Whether you're splashing in the pool or hitting a trail, take the best care possible of your hearing aids this summer with these essential tools!
Do you know what summer activities put your hearing most at risk? Make sure you have protection handy if you participate in these 10 events. https://bit.ly/2N0E3Q8
healthyhearing.com Many popular summer time activities come with a risk of hearing loss. Are your favorites on our list?
Avoid swimmer's ear this summer with these simple tips from the CDC. https://bit.ly/3gS3L7b
cdc.gov Education and information about swimmer's ear, how it can be spread through recreational water, why it's important to protect yourself from it and steps for doing so.
Whether it's required for work or simply a precaution, wearing a mask can be difficult on your hearing aids. Use these tips to keep yourself and your hearing devices safe!
If you haven't had the opportunity to vote yet, please take a minute to vote for us. Select the Health and Beauty category and you’ll find us listed under the Hearing Center section. Simply click ‘vote’, enter your email and postal code, and you’re all done!
We would also like to remind you that we have our own physical therapist, Dr. Morgan Fry. To vote for him, just type his name in the Physical Therapist choice further down the page.
We strive to exceed our patient’s expectations daily and hope that we have done so. Your support and feedback would mean so much to us.
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Help us honor Albuquerque’s best. We are asking readers to vote for your favorites from dining to doctors, art galleries to acupuncturists — make your selections TODAY! Voting is ongoing until May 31. Make your voice heard!
Communicating during the pandemic can be challenging if you have hearing loss or wear hearing aids. Check out these tips and tricks about communicating with masks and keeping your hearing aids safe. https://bit.ly/2Zf75TD
hearinghealthfoundation.org Sheri Gostomelsky, Au.D. During the COVID-19 pandemic, audiologists and other hearing healthcare professionals are concerned about our patients. With social distancing, we are communicating at a distance of six feet which is difficult if not impossible with a loss of hearing. Going to t
May is Better Hearing and Speech Month! In honor of this year's theme, "Communication at Work," we're providing a list of tips you can use when working virtually.
Do you know the signs of noise-induced hearing loss? Take better care of your health by identifying these common symptoms. https://bit.ly/2Llpxle
cdc.gov Prevention and early detection of hearing loss are important. If you have any signs of hearing loss or if you have a high risk for hearing loss, get your hearing tested.
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