Bier, Dr. Julie

186 E 76th St
New York, NY 10021
(212) 774-1971
www.myhearingexpert.com/julie-bier-audiologist.php
Business Description: http://webportal.audiology.org/Custom/DirectoryMap.aspx.
Services: Audiology
On Angie's List Since: 3/28/2011
Licensed: UNKNOWN
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Audiology Articles

Can a Traumatic Brain Injury Affect My Hearing?

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Hearing issues are often secondary to physical trauma, but the symptoms of hearing loss can lead to confusion and misdiagnosis of other injuries, says Smith.
Hearing issues are often secondary to physical trauma, but the symptoms of hearing loss can lead to confusion and misdiagnosis of other injuries, says Smith.

Hearing loss is a real and prevalent concern with any type of brain injury. One highly rated provider explains the signs and symptoms to look for.

How to prepare your child with hearing loss for back to school success

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If it’s possible, periodically volunteer to help in the classroom and on field trips to see how your hearing impaired child interacts, says Pilson. (Photo by Chris Liphart)
If it’s possible, periodically volunteer to help in the classroom and on field trips to see how your hearing impaired child interacts, says Pilson. (Photo by Chris Liphart)

Returning to school requires a lot of planning and adjustment. Help your hearing impaired child succeed with these tips to keep them safe and well-cared for.

6 tips to help you adjust to your new hearing aids

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It can take anywhere from 30 to 90 days for your brain to adjust to your new hearing aid, so don’t give up, says Dr. Anzola (Photo Courtesy of Ascent Audiology & Hearing )

Hearing aids can improve your life in many ways, but it can also be hard to adjust to them. Learn some tricks to fully enjoy and utilize your new hearing aids.

Does diabetes increase your odds of hearing loss?

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A hearing aid can help people with hearing loss overcome other problems related to their hearing problems, such as social anxiety. (Photo by John Zambito)

Research shows that high blood sugar can damage blood vessels, including in your ears. That's why audiologists urge diabetics undergo regular hearing tests.

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