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Hearing & Balance Doctors is currently open. We are taking special measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 including offering a curbside service for hearing aids. Please call 435-688-8991 for more information. Utah: 435-688-8991 | Nevada: 702-896-0031
Hearing & Balance Doctors is currently open. We are taking special measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 including offering a curbside service for hearing aids. Please call 435-688-8991 for more information. Utah: 435-688-8991 | Nevada: 702-896-0031

Noise-Induced Hearing Loss In Teens

Hearing loss is often associated with genetics or age, but it can impact individuals at any age. And hearing loss amongst teenagers is on the rise. In recent years, noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) has affected many teenagers and young adults because of their frequent exposure to loud noises. This type of hearing loss is caused […]

Tips For Cycling While Wearing Hearing Aids

You might be surprised to find out that hearing aids don’t prevent the individual from cycling. With the right gear and hearing aid settings, a patient with hearing loss can enjoy a fun-filled day of cycling. But there are some extra precautions that the person with hearing loss should take to ensure they have a […]

5 Tips If You’re Still Struggling Hearing During Zoom Meetings

Working from home comes with many advantages — a bit more flexibility and freedom, extra snack breaks, comfortable clothes. But it also comes with quite a few disadvantages, especially for those who are hard of hearing. With more companies requiring their employees to work from home during the recent pandemic, business communication has become almost […]

4 Impressive Features In Modern Hearing Tech

Your hearing aids help you stay connected with family, friends, and the world around you — but did you know your hearing aids can do so much more than that? Gone are the days where your hearing aids were just for hearing. With today’s modern technology, your hearing aid can provide one-of-a-kind technology like connectivity, […]

Why Family Engagement Is Important For Kids With Hearing Loss

Most children born with hearing loss are born into families with parents and siblings with normal hearing. This difference can make it more difficult for the family to understand the challenges the child with hearing loss will face. As the child’s main support line, the family needs to be willing to put in the work […]

Choosing The Right Hearing Aid For Your Active Lifestyle

Being prescribed hearing aids doesn’t mean you have to give up your active lifestyle. A common misconception is that hearing aids won’t perform at peak efficiency when in active environments or engaging in sports. Don’t let these misconceptions fool you — hearing aids can improve your performance by making it possible for you to hear […]

Adressing Hearing Loss For A Healthier Relationship

You’ve probably heard the phrase “communication is key,” — and that’s especially the case when it comes to maintaining a happy and healthy relationship. So what happens when one partner has a difficult time hearing the other? Hearing loss in a relationship can cause stress, misunderstanding, and frustration if left untreated. These negative feelings can […]

Should You Ever Take A Break From Your Hearing Aid?

We’ve all been forced to face a new normal this past year. Instead of going out to dinner or hanging out with friends, we’ve been cooped up inside with nowhere to go. As a hearing aid user, you might feel the desire only to wear your hearing aids when leaving the house — especially if […]

Gene Therapy Could One Day Prevent Adult-Onset Hearing Loss

Have you ever looked at a child and found that they strongly resembled one of their parents? Whether the child inherited the mother’s button nose or the dad’s eyes, it’s no surprise that these physical traits can be passed along through genetics. But were you aware that hearing loss can also be passed down to […]

Why Do My Hearing Aids Make My Ears Itch?

When wearing a new set of hearing aids, you might notice your ears feel a bit itchy. There’s no reason to worry if this happens — it’s pretty common as your ears get used to the hearing aids being in place. This sensation in your ear might be annoying, but more often than not it’s […]