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Certain Head and Body Movements Make Me Dizzy! Could It Be BBPV?

Do you feel yourself or the world spinning when you roll over in bed? When you turn your head? Or maybe when you lie down or sit up? What you are feeling could be a result of Benign Paroxysmal Position Vertigo (BPPV). BPPV is a condition that affects the balance organ in the inner ear, which creates the false sensation of… [Read More]

My Ear Rings, My hearing is down and I’m Dizzy!: Could it be a Tumor

An acoustic neuroma is a condition that can cause dizziness, tinnitus (noises in the ear), and gradual hearing loss. An acoustic neuroma is a benign tumor that typically originates from the hearing and balance nerve. It is non-life threatening, but can cause aggravating symptoms! One in every 100,000 people are diagnosed with an acoustic neuroma…. [Read More]

Phonak’s Roger Mic II for Hearing Aids

Phonak’s Roger Mic II is one of Phonak’s newest accessories that is compatible with the latest line of Paradise and Marvel hearing aids. The Roger Mic II can allow for easier listening in noisy environments, either outdoors or indoors. Although the Roger Mic II can be versatile in many situations, it is most known for being able to help hearing aid users… [Read More]

Starkey Livio 1000 Hearing Aid Review.

The Livio 1000, Starkey’s entry level hearing aid model, is a device that can bring back sounds that patients may miss due to their hearing loss. The Livio 1000 is what is known as an essential product. This model of hearing aid may be a budget-friendly option, however it will still offer recent technology within the internal components of the hearing aid.   According to consumer… [Read More]

Patient reviews of Phonak CROS Hearing Aid

Phonak’s CROS system is a great solution for patients who have one ear with normal hearing and one “unaidable” ear with hearing loss. A CROS system consists of two devices, one transmitter and one receiver. The transmitter is worn on the unaidable ear with hearing loss. The transmitter acts as a microphone, picks up the sound from the “bad” ear side… [Read More]

See a Hearing Doctor, not a Salesman for Proper Hearing Test in Tampa, FL

Have you been noticing that your hearing has changed? Are people sounding like they are mumbling or talking too softly? It might be time to test your hearing. At Gardner Audiology, our fully trained and qualified Doctors of Audiology would be happy to facilitate your journey to better hearing!   Our doctors will review your medical history before they complete a comprehensive hearing evaluation. A comprehensive hearing… [Read More]