Hearing Loss


Swimmer’s Ear

Swimmer’s Ear

Summer is upon us, which means warmer days, Barbecues, and trips to the lake or the pool. However, sometimes our quest to cool off in the water can lead to an irritating swimmer’s ear or even temporary hearing loss. Here are some tips to help prevent...
Hidden Hearing loss

Hidden Hearing loss

What is hidden hearing loss? A hearing loss can include many different deficits, from peripheral auditory factors like a high-frequency sensory loss. This means high-pitched sounds are more difficult to hear, to central acoustic issues with cognitive function....
Worker’s Compensation and hearing loss

Worker’s Compensation and hearing loss

Hering is one of the five senses we rely on to be safe in the workplace and in life. Workplace-related hearing loss is a common matter, mainly as our world becomes increasingly loud. Many reasons can cause hearing loss. One of the most common is noise, and can be...
Spring allergies and your hearing

Spring allergies and your hearing

Spring is here, although the weather and temperature might suggest otherwise. Spring brings us many joys, the warm weather, bright, beautiful blooming trees, and flowers. And of course, in Oregon, it means more rain, temperature swings, and seasonal allergies. All of...
What is the Dr. Cliff Network?

What is the Dr. Cliff Network?

Dr. Cliff Olson, AuD. Has created a network of Audiologists across the U.S dedicated to following industry standards and best practices along with several criteria to ensure the best possible outcomes. This means that as a patient looking for an Audiologist via the...