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  • Listening and Hearing Is Not The Same Thing | Shea Blog|Shea Ear Clinic
    ways to improve understanding Avoid conversations with each in different rooms or holding conversations over the radio and television If there is something that is said you don t understand ask the speaker to rephrase what was said as by rephrasing the comment may give you greater clarity and understanding Always be willing to let speakers who aren t familiar with know that you have hearing loss it will allow the speaker to work to ensure you understand better what is said as your understanding is as important to the speaker as it is to you The health professionals at the Shea Ear Clinic and the Shea Hearing Aid Center have the experience expertise and tools to help you with your hearing and communication concerns Should you feel you are having problems with understanding communication or have concerns about your hearing we welcome the chance to assist you Share Leave a Comment Fields with are required Name Email Comment Verification Code Please enter the letters as they are shown in the image above Letters are not case sensitive Latest Posts Hunting and Hearing Loss Posted on August 28 2015 Hearing Aid Battery Technology Posted on August 28 2015 Wireless Hearing Aid Technology Posted on August 28 2015 Read More Blog Search Categories Allergy Dizzness Ear Infections Hearing Aids Hearing Loss Archives 2015 15 2014 24 2013 17 Latest News Shea Ear Clinic Physicians Present Research Development Posted on May 01 2013 At the American Neurotology Society Spring Meeting Dr Brian J McKinnon s team presented their latest ongoing research on the development of a novel cochlear implant thin film array electrode Continue reading Dr John Shea Donates Professional Papers to Memphis Library Posted on April 15 2013 Throughout the course of his life Dr John Shea Jr has made major

    Original URL path: http://www.sheaclinic.com/blog/63/Listening-and-Hearing-Is-Not-The-Same-Thing (2016-02-01)
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  • Does Melatonin help Tinnitus? | Shea Blog|Shea Ear Clinic
    quite complex because the source of tinnitus appears to be the substitution of lost sound information to the brain Melatonin is a hormone secreted by a part of the brain called the pineal gland which regulates the sleep wake cycle Melatonin is commonly taken to help with the sleep disruption caused by jet lag and an analogue is available as a prescription for use with patients with insomnia Melatonin s role in tinnitus management is in improving sleep as with a better night s sleep tinnitus maybe perceived as being less intrusive and burdensome The health professionals at the Shea Ear Clinic and the Shea Hearing Aid Center have the experience expertise and tools to help you manage your tinnitus If you have concerns about tinnitus or if you would like to discuss options for tinnitus management we welcome the chance to assist you Share Leave a Comment Fields with are required Name Email Comment Verification Code Please enter the letters as they are shown in the image above Letters are not case sensitive Latest Posts Hunting and Hearing Loss Posted on August 28 2015 Hearing Aid Battery Technology Posted on August 28 2015 Wireless Hearing Aid Technology Posted on August 28 2015 Read More Blog Search Categories Allergy Dizzness Ear Infections Hearing Aids Hearing Loss Archives 2015 15 2014 24 2013 17 Latest News Shea Ear Clinic Physicians Present Research Development Posted on May 01 2013 At the American Neurotology Society Spring Meeting Dr Brian J McKinnon s team presented their latest ongoing research on the development of a novel cochlear implant thin film array electrode Continue reading Dr John Shea Donates Professional Papers to Memphis Library Posted on April 15 2013 Throughout the course of his life Dr John Shea Jr has made major historical breakthroughs and advancements

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  • Can Ginkgo Biloba Help Tinnitus? | Shea Blog|Shea Ear Clinic
    is only partially understood and quite complex because the source of tinnitus appears to be the substitution of lost sound information to the brain But there is hope A dietary supplement called Ginkgo biloba has become popular for its use in improving memory and cognition It is also believed to increase blood flow in the inner ear and protect against oxidative stress and improve energy metabolism Because Ginkgo biloba is a plant extract not all formulations of Ginkgo biloba have shown the same results in the treatment of tinnitus Ginkgo biloba special extract EGb 761 may have more benefit than other formulations that have been investigated If you have any questions or would like to learn more about Ginkgo biloba for the treatment of tinnitus the professionals at the Shea Ear Clinic have the experience expertise and tools to help you Share Leave a Comment Fields with are required Name Email Comment Verification Code Please enter the letters as they are shown in the image above Letters are not case sensitive Latest Posts Hunting and Hearing Loss Posted on August 28 2015 Hearing Aid Battery Technology Posted on August 28 2015 Wireless Hearing Aid Technology Posted on August 28 2015 Read More Blog Search Categories Allergy Dizzness Ear Infections Hearing Aids Hearing Loss Archives 2015 15 2014 24 2013 17 Latest News Shea Ear Clinic Physicians Present Research Development Posted on May 01 2013 At the American Neurotology Society Spring Meeting Dr Brian J McKinnon s team presented their latest ongoing research on the development of a novel cochlear implant thin film array electrode Continue reading Dr John Shea Donates Professional Papers to Memphis Library Posted on April 15 2013 Throughout the course of his life Dr John Shea Jr has made major historical breakthroughs and advancements in medicine Recently

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  • What is Tinnitus? | Shea Blog|Shea Ear Clinic
    to hearing loss and the hearing loss cannot be resolved or improved with medical or surgical treatment then the patient has several options to manage it A careful review of medication may reveal a possible contributor and if appropriate the medication can be stopped or substituted Because many cases of tinnitus are associated with hearing loss the use of hearing protection and avoidance of loud noise may help prevent the onset and or the progression of hearing loss However the use of sound to mask the tinnitus is a common practice and sound generators are commonly recommended to help reduce the burden and intrusiveness of tinnitus While many medications and dietary supplements have been tried success with most have been mixed While recently Melatonin and Ginkgo biloba have been reported as having some success in helping with tinnitus further research is needed to help determine how these help tinnitus and who will benefit most from their use Interestingly getting a better night s sleep seems to make tinnitus less bothersome and melatonin often taken to help improve sleep may work in this way If you have tinnitus the importance of an appropriate and timely evaluation cannot be understated The physicians and audiologists at the Shea Ear Clinic and Shea Hearing Aid Center have the experience expertise and tools to help you understand and manage your tinnitus and we welcome the chance to assist you Share Leave a Comment Fields with are required Name Email Comment Verification Code Please enter the letters as they are shown in the image above Letters are not case sensitive Latest Posts Hunting and Hearing Loss Posted on August 28 2015 Hearing Aid Battery Technology Posted on August 28 2015 Wireless Hearing Aid Technology Posted on August 28 2015 Read More Blog Search Categories Allergy Dizzness

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  • It's your song, hear it like you remember it! | Shea Blog|Shea Ear Clinic
    of untreated hearing loss There are far reaching implications that go well beyond hearing alone In fact many people who have difficulty hearing can experience such distorted and incomplete communication that it seriously impacts their professional and personal lives at times leading to isolation and withdrawal Reduced job performance and earnings power Impaired memory and ability to learn new tasks Irritability frustration negativism and anger Fatigue tension stress and depression Social rejection and loneliness Diminished psychological and overall health Hearing loss is just not a part of growing old It can strike at any time or any age including childhood For the young even mild or moderate hearing loss can bring difficulty to the learning process speech development and building the important interpersonal skills necessary to foster self esteem and success in life If you or a loved one is experiencing hearing loss give the licensed professionals at Shea Hearing Aid Center a call at 901 415 6667 for a FREE evaluation Share Leave a Comment Fields with are required Name Email Comment Verification Code Please enter the letters as they are shown in the image above Letters are not case sensitive Latest Posts Hunting and Hearing Loss Posted on August 28 2015 Hearing Aid Battery Technology Posted on August 28 2015 Wireless Hearing Aid Technology Posted on August 28 2015 Read More Blog Search Categories Allergy Dizzness Ear Infections Hearing Aids Hearing Loss Archives 2015 15 2014 24 2013 17 Latest News Shea Ear Clinic Physicians Present Research Development Posted on May 01 2013 At the American Neurotology Society Spring Meeting Dr Brian J McKinnon s team presented their latest ongoing research on the development of a novel cochlear implant thin film array electrode Continue reading Dr John Shea Donates Professional Papers to Memphis Library Posted on April 15

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  • Don’t Fall For it!!! | Shea Blog|Shea Ear Clinic
    in the inner ear a dysfunction on one area may affect the other If you or a loved one are experiencing hearing loss or problems with balance the Shea Ear Clinic and Shea Hearing Aid Center are here for you Give us a call today at 901 415 6667 for your FREE hearing evaluation including video otoscopy and we ll help put those concerns to rest Share Leave a Comment Fields with are required Name Email Comment Verification Code Please enter the letters as they are shown in the image above Letters are not case sensitive Latest Posts Hunting and Hearing Loss Posted on August 28 2015 Hearing Aid Battery Technology Posted on August 28 2015 Wireless Hearing Aid Technology Posted on August 28 2015 Read More Blog Search Categories Allergy Dizzness Ear Infections Hearing Aids Hearing Loss Archives 2015 15 2014 24 2013 17 Latest News Shea Ear Clinic Physicians Present Research Development Posted on May 01 2013 At the American Neurotology Society Spring Meeting Dr Brian J McKinnon s team presented their latest ongoing research on the development of a novel cochlear implant thin film array electrode Continue reading Dr John Shea Donates Professional Papers to Memphis Library

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  • Tobacco Use and its Effect on your Ear, Nose, and Throat Health: Part 4 | Shea Blog|Shea Ear Clinic
    involve shots or injections However if you need or prefer the shots we offer that option as well Nose sprays and pills treat the symptoms of allergic rhinitis but the shots and the new tablets actually change the way your body responds to the offending allergies They are called immunotherapy and they address the root cause of the symptoms providing effective and long lasting relief for many of those that suffer from allergies and diminishing the need for sprays and pills Shea Clinic is actually the first practice in Memphis to offer this new approach to allergic rhinitis People who are on this medication are seeing excellent results Allergy Announcement Terrye T Mastin APRN BC Terrye is a native Memphian She received her BS in Microbiology from Memphis State University U of M her BS in Nursing from the University of Tennessee College of Nursing and her Masters of Science in Nursing from Arkansas State University Her career focus began as helping patients with allergy and asthma issues and has expanded to include those with a variety of ear nose and throat issues She has been a member of the American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology since 2000 and serves on their CME committee She has published articles in peer review journals and has lectured locally and nationally on the topics of asthma and allergic diseases Terrye has received several professional awards including being the first recipient of the Grace Whitis Service Award at ASU and the American Lung Association of Tennessee Citizenship Award She is currently active as a volunteer in the community through her church with the Parent Project Muscular Distrophy and as a team leader for the Not One More Life Memphis Chapter Shea Ear Clinic BRIAN J MCKINNON M D PAUL F SHEA M D

    Original URL path: http://www.sheaclinic.com/blog/21/The-Pollen-is-Calling (2016-02-01)
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  • Shea Blog | The Audiogram: A Guide to Your Hearing|Shea Ear Clinic
    hearing loss for high frequencies thresholds are in the yellow area This is a common pattern for people who gradually develop hearing loss over many years This person will hear many even most of the sounds around him But because the clarity of speech comes from high pitched sounds sometimes speech may sound unclear or mumbled He may say I can hear when someone talks but I can t always understand the words This pattern of hearing loss often goes undetected especially by the person with the loss because the hearing difficulties seem inconsistent That s because many sounds such as a door closing background noise and the loudness of speech may still seem normal Listening to one person in a quiet setting may be relatively easy However he or she will have noticeable difficulties if unable to see the person talking is in a noisy room or if several people are talking What kind of difficulties This person will still hear most of conversational speech but words like care share and fair may sound the same because he or she doesn t hear the first consonant of those words For the left ear this person will be unable to hear or understand speech unless it is amplified Someone with hearing such as this in both ears might not even know when someone is talking Using the telephone is a problem and television has to be much louder than normal Your own hearing pattern is different than this example of course Knowing your own hearing pattern can help you understand your specific hearing problems Is a woman s voice harder to understand than a man s Can you understand in a quiet setting but not in a noisy one Do you do better on a telephone than face to face

    Original URL path: http://www.sheaclinic.com/blog/62/The-Audiogram-A-Guide-to-Your-Hearing (2016-02-01)
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