The Hearing Group of New Mexico5005 Prospect Ave. NE Suite C
Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87110
HearUSA and Tinnitus Treatment Solutions partner up to provide more resources and options for tinnitus sufferers
NIOSH research delves into work-related hearing loss and tinnitus.
New research compiled from the CDC concludes hearing loss a serious risk for many workers.
A study conducted by researchers at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) found that older adults who used a hearing aid performed significantly better on cognitive tests…
Researchers look to gain a better understanding of tinnitus.
Sneezes, coughs and sniffles may have started sooner than ever before this year, thanks to an early spring allergy season that may wreak havoc on the health of millions of…
Rechargeable hearing aid enables iOS and Android device as a remote control and exchange of data with the hearing aids as well as streaming audio and voice directly.
Visit Audioscan at booth #709 to experience the latest in verification technology from North America’s #1 fitting system manufacturer.
Visit the Ida Institute booth and participate in AudiologyNOW! selfies
WHO reports link between Zika virus and infant hearing loss.
Occupational hearing loss is one of the most common work-related illnesses in the United States.
Through a continued partnership, the NFLPA and EarQ are able to meet the growing hearing healthcare needs of former professional football players.
Barbara Kelley has been appointed the new executive director of HLAA
Open technology hearing aids solve those problems as they are not custom made and have a variety of small domes with holes on the tips of the hearing aids.
MU researcher develops program to help patients adjust to hearing aids, increase overall use
Global launch of ReSound ENZO2a?? allows people to hear more, do more and be more than ever thought possible
Sivantos workshop in May geared towards active kids and teens!
Signia introduces primax, the first hearing aids clinically proven to reduce listening effort
New research shows tinnitus sufferers are able to retrain their brains to help cope with constant ringing.
Program to provide in-depth specialized education in health-care interpretation currently unavailable to interpreters