We hear a lot of myths and misconceptions concerning hearing aids and hearing loss overall from our patients who visit Hearing Associates of Las Vegas. Some of these myths are silly, others are sad, but what they all have in common is that they are completely incorrect! Below are the top 5 most common myths Read more..
You worked your whole life and earned the rest and relaxation which comes with retirement. But with retirement comes the quiet, slower paced life that tinnitus symptoms can overtake. Here at the Hearing Associates of Las Vegas, we specialize in treating frustrating tinnitus symptoms along with our other hearing-related problems. We have helped thousands of Read more..
Tinnitus is almost always accompanied with some level hearing loss. Even worse, as a person’s hearing loss progresses, their tinnitus will become more pronounced since there will be less outside audible sounds to combat the tinnitus. But thanks to updates in hearing aid technology, there are hearing aids which our hearing specialists can offer that Read more..
Tinnitus Awareness Week will take place from February 5th through the 11th. As your local hearing expertshere in Las Vegas and for the surrounding areas, we take the opportunity to recognize Tinnitus Awareness Week and the many medical advancements for treating this difficult hearing problem! What Is Tinnitus Imagine hearing persistent sounds that only you Read more..
We are fortunate to meet so many interesting people in our work. One of our most fascinating patients, is Dr. Dale Carrison. His life story could be turned in to a movie. He’s an emergency room physician so being able to hear is critical for treating patients in the fast paced ER. We asked Dale Read more..
Dr. Dale Carrison is an emergency room physician at the University Medical Center in Las Vegas and a hearing aid patient in our Summerlin office. His background makes for a great read: struggled at school, found discipline in the Navy, worked in law enforcement, joined the family auto parts business and then decided to go Read more..
Dr. Dale Carrison is an emergency room physician at The University Medical Center here in Las Vegas. After serving in the Navy, a stint in law enforcement and working in the family business, Dale Carrison decided to go to medical school. The community of Las Vegas is better off for his decision, as he’s treated Read more..
Spending time with grandchildren is one of life’s greatest gifts. For many its difficult to hear and understand what they are saying. In this video, Dr. Dale Carrison talks abouthearing his grandchildren and why it is important for him.
Today we reflect. First, as it is the 73rd anniversary of the Invasion of Normandy. It’s hard not to think of the brave men that stormed the beaches of France to push back the advance of the Nazis. What a different world it would be were it not for their courageous D-Day mission. Secondly, we Read more..
Earlier we introduced you to Grant, a tinnitus patient who is eager to discuss his personal struggles, not to seek pity, but to offer hope for tinnitus sufferers. This is the next chapter of his story. Grant was recently fit with hearing aids from Oticon. His hearing loss isn’t severe, but it is a high Read more..