Boynton Beach Blog

January 3, 2021

Tinnitus and its impact on working memory and cognitive load

By: Dr. Matthew Seldine Individuals who experience tinnitus may or may not have hearing loss. There are many cases where normal- or near-normal hearing individuals experience
January 3, 2021

Ring in the New Year with Resolutions for Better Hearing and Brain Health!

By Dr. Nimet Adam Many patients ask how can I maintain the hearing that I have and keep it from progressively getting worst? Here are my
December 1, 2020

Hearing Loss Linked with Dementia-Related Neuropathology

By Dr. Nimet Adam According to a recent study published in Neurology (, researchers from the University of California San Francisco analyzed data from 2,755 autopsies
December 1, 2020

Communication Strategies

By Dr. Michelle Looney Hearing loss greatly impacts an individual’s ability to communicate.  Especially now, during the time of wearing mask, those with hearing loss are
November 1, 2020

Diabetes Impact on Hearing

By: Dr. Michelle Looney In the United States, November is National Diabetes Month. Diabetes greatly impacts the American population with over 30 million Americans diagnosed and
November 1, 2020

What does Best Practices Mean to YOU….?

By: Dr. Matthew Seldine Audiology as a healthcare discipline has been around for over 50 years. It is relatively young compared to other healthcare disciplines like

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