Hearing Challenges

Causes and Symptoms of Meniere’s Disease

Hundreds of thousands of Americans suffer from a rare inner ear disorder called Meniere’s disease that can be debilitating to their lifestyle. If you’re experiencing symptoms of dizziness, spinning, or balance issues that isn’t caused by other identifiable conditions, you may be one of these rare people with the disease. We’ll share the common symptoms, risk factors, and treatments for Meniere’s disease.

What is Meniere’s Disease?

This simple question is one that doctors and audiologists are still figuring out. The term “disease” may not be the best word to describe it, as there is no indication of a viral infection, genetic factors, or even symptoms that accompany the condition in all patients. It is most commonly diagnosed for patients who have recurring episodes of vertigo for seemingly no other reason.

Causes of Meniere’s Disease

We don’t know what causes Meniere’s disease, but researchers suggest that a person’s genetics could play a factor. Others see a link to autoimmune disorders in which the body attacks its own cells, and still others think allergies could play a role. In some cases of Meniere’s disease, patients have abnormal amounts of fluid within the inner ear that can cause the symptoms of vertigo.

Symptoms of Meniere’s Disease

A few key characteristics of Meniere’s disease is that it’s recurrent and involves vertigo. Additional symptoms reported by patients with the condition include:

  • Feeling of fullness or pressure in the ear
  • Tinnitus
  • Hearing loss
  • Blurred vision
  • Trembling and sudden weakness
  • Nausea
  • Balance problems
  • Increased heart rate
  • Diarrhea

People can have just one or two of these symptoms during an episode of Meniere’s, which can last between 20 minutes to several hours. This is what makes the disease so debilitating, since you don’t know when an attack might happen, normal activities such as driving become dangerous to the patient and to others.

Episodes can recur over the course of several days to once every few months. If the condition is left untreated, it can intensify and become more frequent.

How to Treat Meniere’s Disease

Treating Meniere’s disease is all about treating the specific symptoms that a person is experiencing. For issues such as tinnitus and hearing loss, a comprehensive hearing evaluation can provide a hearing solution to mask or solve these problems. Patients who experience pressure or fullness may be able to benefit from a Meniett device, which is designed to equalize pressure in the middle ear and may help prevent sensations of dizziness.

Additional treatments can be more holistic, such as changing lifestyle habits like caffeine or alcohol intake, as well as treating anxiety or fear that may make Meniere’s episodes worse.

Comprehensive Auditory Care in New Jersey

At Hearing Doctors of New Jersey, our proprietary H.E.A.R. Method™ Treatment Program will help you manage the symptoms of Meniere’s disease get your life back with custom solutions that work seamlessly with your lifestyle. This program ensures you get the right tests performed regularly to fully understand your hearing health and whether your treatment is working to perfection. We focus not just on fitting and fine-tuning hearing aids, but also with understanding how your brain is hearing. Find a solution to your Meniere’s symptoms by calling our office or contacting us online today.

Hearing Loss

Four Surprising Effects of Hearing Loss

When people think about hearing loss, they often think of an older person, but hearing loss can affect people of all ages. If left untreated, it can cause several surprising consequences, so it is important to get your hearing regularly tested.

1.      Cognitive Decline

Your brain is constantly picking up on sounds, even if you are not aware of them. Faint noises like air coming through a vent are filtered out by the brain. Similarly, the brain filters sound so that you can understand the difference between the siren of an ambulance passing by and the music playing on your radio. When you have hearing loss, the brain does not get the same quality of sound and struggles to pick up on sounds that are not there. This puts stress on the brain that can increase your risk of dementia later in life by at least 200%.

2.      Stomach Problems

Your body is an interconnected system and when your brain experiences stress, this emotional reaction can have a physical effect. Hearing loss can lead to an upset stomach, muscle tension, and anxiety which translates to diarrhea, constipation, and abdominal cramps. If these problems persist, more serious conditions like irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) can develop.

3.      Mental Health Problems

The difficulty of communicating with other people when you are hard of hearing can cause depression and stress. A study from 2014 found this correlation between loss of hearing and an increase in depression in adults under 70 years old. Other mental health conditions that can develop from years of untreated hearing loss are social withdrawal, irritability, anger, lack of focus, and a pessimistic attitude.

4.      Relationship Problems

A survey from 2007 found that 35% of people with hearing loss had trouble maintaining personal relationships. That’s because you  may feel you hearing-impaired partner isn’t listening to you, which is frustrating for both sides who may not recognize your hearing impairment yet.

Start Treatment Now

Hearing loss can be detrimental to your quality of life and has a significant impact on both your physical and emotional health. However, you can improve your hearing with the affordable H.E.A.R. Method Treatment Program, offered by the expert team at the Hearing Doctors of New Jersey.

Get a Fresh Start

If you’re looking to improve your hearing and get a fresh start in your life, contact the Hearing Doctors of New Jersey to schedule a consultation today.

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Hearing Loss

3 Main Benefits of Custom Hearing Protection for Those in Trades

Did you know it may be easier to damage your hearing than you think? While a normal conversion occurs at around 60-70 dB, hearing loss can happen at just 85 dB! Taking this into account, power tools can actually reach up to 100dB or more, depending on the tool. This is loud enough to permanently damage your hearing, especially if you are around the sound on a regular basis. As you can see, it is quite easy to damage your hearing, especially if your job requires the use of loud tools. Because of this, it is vital that you use hearing protection while on the job. Read on to learn more about custom hearing protection and how it can benefit you.

They are Made to Fit and are More Effective

Custom-made ear protection is created to fit your ears perfectly. This means you won’t need to worry about them being too big or too small, or not providing the right protection for your ears. With custom ear protection, you get what you pay for, so even though they may cost more, they provide superior quality and are the most effective at preventing noise damage.

They are More Comfortable

Let’s face it, ear protection is not always comfortable. If you are not using the proper protection because it’s not comfortable, you need custom-made ear protection. Because it is made specifically for your ear, the fit and is going to be perfect!

They Can Be Technologically Advanced

Modern-day hearing protection is very high tech and comes with features like noise cancellation and ventilation so that you get a beautiful listening experience while still protecting your hearing. On the other hand, store-bought earplugs can simply dampen your overall hearing ability and make it difficult to hear the things you want while blocking out excessive noise. Opting for custom hearing protection is the superior choice.

They Are Customizable

Unlike store-bought earplugs, custom ear protection can be customized to your liking. For example, you can purchase custom ear protection in the style of your workplace or add unique designs that fit your needs. Being able to personalize your ear protection can give you more motivation to wear it.

Contact Us Today

For more information regarding custom hearing protection services, contact Hearing Doctors of New Jersey today. Using our proprietary H.E.A.R. Method™ Treatment Program, our doctors of audiology will determine the custom hearing protection that will best suit your needs and lifestyle.

Hearing Doctors of New Jersey is dedicated to protecting and preventing hearing loss. Recently, our team visited the Livingston Police Department and donated custom hearing protection to protect those who protect us.

Hearing Aids

Which Hearing Aid Style is Right For You?

When you are getting hearing aids for the first time, you may be surprised to learn that there are several styles available to choose from. Each style has its own pros and cons, and the best option for you will depend on your hearing needs, lifestyle, and more. At Hearing Doctors of New Jersey, our audiologists can help you choose your best hearing aid option.

Understanding Types of Hearing Aids

There are several different types of hearing aids, which all contain a small computer chip with an amplifier which converts sounds to code, analyzes and adjusts the sounds according to settings based on your hearing needs, and delivers the converted sound to your ear through a receiver (speaker). Hearing aid styles configure these components in different ways and can range in size, shape, and visibility when worn.

Invisible-in-Canal (IIC) hearing aids are the smallest and most inconspicuous option. These hearing aids fit securely within the ear canal.

Completely-In-Canal (CIC) hearing aids are another small option which fit within the ear canal while still offering control through an external switch.

In-the-Canal (ITC) hearing aids have custom-molded components that rest in the ear canal. They are a good option if you are concerned with hearing aids interfering with your eyewear.

In-the-Ear (ITE) hearing aids have full-shell pieces which sit just outside the ear canal. They are easily adjustable and offer excellent battery life.

Receiver-in-Canal (RIC) hearing aids are small, lightweight, and comfortable. This style allows for more advanced technology like the ability to pair to Bluetooth devices.  Another feature is that they come with a rechargeable battery for ease of use.

Behind-the-Ear (BTE) hearing aids house most of the technology in a piece behind the ear. This style, because of it’s size, offers more power and is a great option if you have a severe hearing loss.

How Do I Choose the Right Hearing Aid Style?

Choosing the right hearing aid style is dependent on your unique hearing needs, your lifestyle, and the style that best fits you. Each style has its own pluses and minuses. For example, if you wear glasses, you may be better suited to IIC, CIC, ITE, or ITC hearing aids, which do not fit along the back of your ear and will not compete with your glasses. Similarly, if you are very active or frequently spend time outdoors may be better suited to lower profile hearing aids. If you have a more severe hearing loss, you may require a larger style of hearing aid, such as a BTE device that provides more power. At Hearing Doctors of New Jersey, our Doctors of Audiology will evaluate your hearing and recommend the styles that will best meet your needs.

The H.E.A.R. Method™ Treatment Program

Our doctors of audiology use our proprietary H.E.A.R. Method™ Treatment Program to thoroughly assess your hearing health. This is the first step in fitting you with the best hearing aid option. The H.E.A.R. Method™ Treatment Program:

  1. Creates a treatment plan based on your shared hearing goals
  2. Engages with you and your family to collect better insights into your hearing needs
  3. Analyzes your hearing issues and understand measurable results
  4. Generates real, measurable results tailored to your needs

Schedule an Appointment

To learn more about your hearing aid options, schedule an appointment at Hearing Doctors of New Jersey by calling (973) 577-4100 or contacting us online.

To learn more about hearing loss and hearing aids, download our FREE Insider’s Guide on how to finally hear better.


How a Medical Advocate Can Help: My Interview with Dr. Laura Abrams

At Hearing Doctors of New Jersey, we know your hearing health and overall well-being are connected. Recently, I met with Dr. Laura Abrams, the founder of Seneca Medical Advocacy (SMA), and wanted to share with you what I learned. Dr. Laura Abrams is a board-certified internist who will help you or a loved one navigate complex medical situations to get the best care and treatment possible. Here’s what to know about SMA and how they can help you or a loved one struggling with a complicated diagnosis.

What is Seneca Medical Advocacy (SMA)?

Whether you or a loved one need short-term assistance with a confusing diagnosis or treatment path or desire longer-term support during a chronic illness, SMA can provide the guidance you and your family require to maneuver through the medical system. In short, SMA partners with you to:

  • Evaluate your medical history in the case of an unclear diagnosis
  • Research treatment options 
  • Help you make informed decisions about care
  • Find the best medical specialists
  • Facilitate communication between medical providers

SMA can help provide understanding, education, and advice about the overwhelming process of treating your life-altering medical diagnosis. In addition, SMA can investigate best practices and the latest medical research to help guide your medical journey.

Why would I need SMA’s expertise?

Do you have symptoms and testing hasn’t yet revealed a diagnosis?

SMA approaches each person in a holistic way, looking at the whole picture rather than an isolated symptom. By taking a thorough history and reviewing the latest medical research, they can determine what might be causing your symptoms and which testing modalities or specialists might be beneficial in finding the underlying cause.

Have you received conflicting opinions about treatment of your medical condition?

SMA will research the various treatment options and help you make an informed decision based on your needs and goals for care.

Do you see a lot of doctors and feel like they aren’t all on the same page about your care?

If there are many healthcare professionals involved in your care and coordination is needed, SMA will discuss your case with your providers – including your wishes regarding workup or treatment and the next steps in care, foster communication among your providers, and help bridge any gaps in care. 

How can Seneca Medical Advocacy help?

Maneuvering through the healthcare system can be frustrating during times when you’re relatively healthy. When you’re sick, however, you may feel vulnerable and the idea of navigating the medical world seems overwhelming. Dr. Abrams and the team at SMA understand that these challenging periods are when it’s most critical to have a dedicated medical professional who has the time to listen to your concerns, thoroughly answer questions, and provide guidance about the best course of action to take regarding your care. They can help you navigate the complexities of the medical system to get you the care, treatment, and results you need. 

Learn More

Whether you or a loved one need short-term assistance with a confusing diagnosis or treatment path, or desire longer-term support during a chronic illness, Seneca Medical Advocacy can provide the guidance you and your family require to maneuver through the medical system. They’re based in the New Jersey & New York Metro area and can also provide services remotely throughout the US. Want to learn more about how SMA can help you? Dr. Laura Abrams is offering a 30-minute complimentary phone consultation to help you take control of your health. For more detailed information, you can contact SMA at (973) 309-3995 or For more information, you can also visit their website.

Hearing Loss

Why Pediatric Hearing Tests Are Vital

Most people when they think of hearing loss, associate it with their older relatives who need hearing aids as their hearing degrades gradually through the years. However, there are many other types of hearing loss besides age-related hearing loss, some of which can silently or suddenly affect children.

Regular hearing tests, especially early in life, are essential to understanding your child’s hearing health and taking the right steps to support it if necessary.

What are Pediatric Hearing Assessments?

Hearing assessments at any age consist of an array of tests such as audiograms, physical examination of the ears, and other hearing tests that reveal your child’s hearing ability. We tailor pediatric hearing tests to make it more comfortable and easier for a child to communicate their experience no matter how old they are.

All our hearing assessments are performed using our H.E.A.R. Method™ to fully understand how the brain is hearing sound. Our proprietary treatment process is focused on the most accurate diagnosis of your or your loved ones’ hearing ability to ensure you get the right solution that fits your family and daily lifestyle. When it comes to children’s hearing health, nothing is more important than an early, accurate diagnosis, which is why we take such special care at the Hearing Doctors of New Jersey.

Signs of Pediatric Hearing Loss

Young children often don’t have the language or awareness of hearing loss to describe their internal environment. Symptoms of hearing loss look different at different ages. For example, signs of hearing loss shortly after birth include:

  • Not reacting to a parent’s voice
  • Not being startled by loud noises
  • Not turning to face toward sounds
  • Not trying to make their own sounds by a year old

As children grow, their hearing can change even if it starts out normally. For older kids, hearing loss symptoms can include:

  • Trouble understanding conversations in loud environments
  • Not responding when called by their name
  • Complaints of ringing or other tinnitus symptoms
  • Listening to music or other media at a louder-than-normal volume

Treating Hearing Loss in Children

Hearing loss can be conductive or sensorineural (or both). Conductive hearing loss is due to sound not reaching the organs of the inner ear due to a physical issue like an ear infection, fluid buildup, or blockage in the outer ear. This is usually easily treatable with antibiotics or removal of ear wax, for example.

Sensorineural hearing loss is another type of hearing loss. Depending on the diagnosis we come up with during a child’s hearing test, there are multiple forms of treatment available. Most commonly, the treatment for mild to moderate hearing loss is a well-fitted, child-friendly hearing aid. With our proprietary H.E.A.R. Method™, through testing we find the customized hearing solution for your child. Once your child is hearing well, we make sure to schedule regular appointments to monitor their hearing and ensure your child continues to hear to their fullest potential.

Comprehensive Hearing Care For Children in New Jersey

Regular hearing tests throughout your child’s early life are essential for their hearing and overall health and well-being because hearing well means living and growing well. In many situations, kids aren’t able to express their own hearing ability until far after it’s begun affecting their development, which is why we use proactive methods to fully see an accurate picture of their hearing ability. Start your child’s comfortable and comprehensive hearing health evaluation by calling our offices or contacting us online today.

To learn more about hearing loss and hearing aids, download our FREE Insider’s Guide on how to finally hear better.

Hearing Challenges

5 Reasons to Get a Hearing Assessment

It can be easy to let a hearing assessment fall lower on your to-do list. It’s also likely not the first thing you think of when it comes to checking up on your health. However, hearing assessments are a very important part of making sure you can live a long and fulfilling life. Adult hearing assessments can flag any hearing problems before they progress, and your Doctor of Audiology can help you explore your treatment options with a personalized approach. Here are 5 benefits to adult hearing assessments and why you should add one to your schedule.

Untreated Hearing Loss Is Linked to Memory Loss

Research has found that untreated hearing loss makes you at least 200% more likely to develop dementia and cognitive issues. Hearing loss may affect the structure of your brain in a way that contributes to cognitive problems. Brain imaging studies show that older adults with hearing loss have less grey matter in the part of their brain that receives, and processes sound from your ears.  That’s because certain structures of brain cells can shrink when they don’t get enough stimulation. This lack of stimulation due to hearing loss has been linked to memory loss.

Hearing Loss Increases Your Risk of Falling

Untreated hearing loss puts you at a three-fold risk of falling.  In the ear, balance and hearing are directly connected. What you hear, and don’t hear directly affects your balance and when you have hearing loss, you are more likely to fall and get hurt.

You Can Flag Other Health Issues

Hearing loss can sometimes be a symptom of other health issues, and your Doctor of Audiology might be able to identify more serious health concerns like diabetes, cardiovascular disease, or kidney disease. Additionally, hearing loss tends to occur simultaneously with mood disorders like depression or conditions like dementia. Knowing this can allow you to seek the treatment you need for other health concerns.

Your Relationships Will Improve

Hearing loss can make social situations even more difficult to navigate. If you can’t hear well because of background noise, it can be difficult to keep up with conversations. This can sometimes give the impression that you’re aloof, standoffish, or not paying attention. By treating your hearing loss, you can more easily form relationships and maintain the ones you already have.

You Can Hear Your Favorite Sounds Again

You might be surprised to learn that not hearing the little things can directly impact your day-to-day wellness. Hearing loss can take away whole ranges of sounds, so you may no longer be able to hear things like your favorite clock ticking, the birds outside, or your grandkids’ laughter. Hearing these sounds again can transform your outlook and help lift your mood over time.

Schedule an Appointment

At Hearing Doctors of New Jersey, we can perform a comprehensive hearing assessment using our proprietary H.E.A.R. MethodTM to help you live your best, most healthy life. To meet with our Doctors of Audiology, schedule an appointment by calling our Livingston office or filling out our online contact form.

To learn more about hearing loss and hearing aids, download our FREE Insider’s Guide on how to finally hear better.

Hearing Loss

What Are My Options for Hearing Loss Treatment?

For many people, hearing loss can occur as we get older. For others, hearing loss can occur much sooner. Whatever your circumstances, treating your hearing loss is extremely important – in fact, research has found that treating your hearing loss can delay the onset of dementia, reduce the impact of depression and anxiety, reduce loneliness, and improve your overall quality of life. There are many different treatment options available for hearing loss and at Hearing Doctors of New Jersey, treatment is never a one-size-fits-all approach. Here’s what to know about your hearing loss treatment options and how you can benefit from the help of our team.

Hearing Aids

Hearing aids are one of the most common and effective ways to treat your hearing loss. They work by amplifying sounds directly into the ear canal while minimizing background noise. Although they don’t cure hearing loss, they can make it easier to navigate your day-to-day life by allowing you to hear everyday sounds and conversations. There are many different types of hearing aids which now include cutting edge technologies like Bluetooth connectivity, noise cancellation, rechargeable batteries, automatic adjustment, and artificial intelligence. So, rest assured that there’s a hearing aid that will work best for you, your lifestyle, and your preferences.

Bone-Anchored Hearing Systems

A step above hearing aids, bone-anchored hearing systems are implantable devices that can treat hearing loss. They work by picking up and sending sound vibrations through the bone to the inner ear, meaning they don’t actually amplify noise. They are very sophisticated systems that can be a great option if you aren’t a good candidate for hearing aids. As with hearing aids, they can come with a variety of sophisticated features. They’re surgically implanted in the mastoid bone and although the devices and procedure can be much more expensive than hearing aids, they can last for the long term.

Cochlear Implants

Cochlear implants are another type of implantable device that works by stimulating your auditory nerve to provide sound. With a cochlear implant, you can learn to adapt to a new way of “hearing” and go about daily activities. Cochlear implants require surgical implantation and are often reserved for those who have severely impacted hearing or who are deaf. You may require a few follow-up appointments after implantation to fine-tune and adjust the implant so it works according to your needs, but cochlear implants generally last a lifetime.

Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs)

While you may or may not benefit from hearing aids or implantable devices can still have unique needs when it comes to hearing certain sounds. Assistive listening devices are accessories that can help you compensate for difficulties hearing things like television, phone calls, or music. Using advanced technology, ALDs can connect to your device and help you hear more clearly while you navigate everyday activities.

Schedule an Appointment

At Hearing Doctors of New Jersey, we offer a unique approach to hearing loss treatment. Using our proprietary H.E.A.R. MethodTM, our Doctors of Audiology focus on your brain-hearing ability and develop a comprehensive treatment plan that is personalized based on your unique goals and needs. To learn more about hearing loss and hearing aids, download our FREE Insider’s Guide on how to finally hear better now.

Hearing Challenges

The Top 5 Reasons You Are Avoiding Seeing A Hearing Care Specialist

1. You are afraid/embarrassed/see it as a sign of aging

Fear is the #1 reason most people avoid treating their hearing loss. Often, people will deny themselves medical treatment of their hearing for fear of being seen as ‘old’ by others. Trust me when I say this – not treating your hearing loss, not being part of the conversation, always saying ‘what’ and ‘huh’ when others speak – that makes you look old!

2. You are afraid it is going to cost too much

New treatment options for addressing hearing, tinnitus, and associated cognitive decline are now more affordable than ever. Our practice offers payment plan options which makes the treatment you need affordable.

3. You are afraid it is going to take too long/miss too much work

Modern technology and telehealth allow us to work around your schedule AND be efficient with your time. Our modern technology allows for an efficient diagnostic and treatment process to make the most of your time in the office.

4. You don’t see the need to act now

Untreated and undertreated hearing loss (i.e.., people who use poorly fit traditional hearing aids or over-the-counter hearing aids) can significantly decrease their quality of life and increase their risk of dementia, falls, isolation, and premature death. In fact, not properly addressing your hearing loss and tinnitus can lead to a loss of independence. If you have early signs of hearing loss and tinnitus you need to act, NOW.

5. You know someone who got hearing aids in the past and it didn’t work

Let’s face it, not all hearing healthcare providers are created equal. That’s why I developed a proprietary H.E.A.R. MethodTM which takes the guesswork out of figuring out what is the best hearing aid for you. I do this by testing your hearing and evaluating which hearing aid will help you hear the most clearly in background noise.

Schedule An Appointment

What’s your excuse? Get help now. The team at Hearing Doctors of New Jersey takes a holistic approach to hearing healthcare. It’s not about selling you a solution, or making you feel like a number. Our Doctors of Audiology practice the H.E.A.R. Method, which assesses your hearing and cognitive health to ensure you never miss another word – guaranteed.

To learn more about hearing loss and hearing aids, download our FREE Insider’s Guide on how to finally hear better.

Hearing Aids

Follow These Steps If You Lose Your Hearing Aid

Follow These Steps If You Lose Your Hearing Aid

Because hearing aids are small, they can be easy to misplace, especially if you take them out throughout the day. If you rely on a hearing aids for improved hearing and believe you have lost your hearing aid, don’t panic! This is actually a common occurrence, and there are some first steps you can take to help locate your hearing aids. Read on to learn more about these steps, plus tips on how to prevent losing your hearing aids in the future.

I Can’t Find My Hearing Aid; Now What?

If you have noticed that your hearing aid is missing, taking the following steps may help you to locate them!

Consult your hearing aid app

Some hearing aids come with cell phone apps that can help you locate your hearing aid. If this is the case for your hearing aids, checking the location of your hearing aids on your app can help you find them quickly.

Retrace your steps

If your hearing aids do not come with a tracking app, you should try retracing your steps from earlier that day. For example, if you were out of the house when you noticed your hearing aid was missing, you could try calling up the venues that you visited to see if they have been turned in or go there yourself to search. Enlisting the help of family and friends to find your hearing aid can also be helpful!

Contact your hearing aid provider

If you cannot find your hearing aid after consulting your hearing aid app or retracing your steps, you should contact your hearing aid provider. Some hearing aids are covered with a one-time loss or damage warranty.

Tips to Prevent Losing a Hearing Aid

If you are concerned about losing a hearing aid, there are some steps that you can take to prevent losing a hearing aid in the first place, including:

  • Ensure that your hearing aids are properly placed in your ear.
  • Do not leave your hearing aids laying around, especially within reach of pets or children.
  • Store your hearing aids in the same place every night so that you remember where they are each morning.
  • Wear your hearing aids all day long and try to avoid taking them out frequently as they have a higher chance of being misplaced.
  • If you participate in athletics or outdoor activities, you may benefit from special clips that can help to better secure your hearing aids.

Why Choose Hearing Doctors of New Jersey?

Are you concerned regarding the quality of your hearing and believe that you may need hearing aids? If so, contact Hearing Doctors of New Jersey today for quality service. Unlike other practices, our doctors of audiology follow our proprietary H.E.A.R. Method™, which assesses your hearing and cognitive health to ensure you receive the best care possible.

The Proprietary H.E.A.R. Method™ consists of the following:

H – Hearing goals – a creative treatment plan with shared goals builds enthusiasm and motivation to take the steps required to be successful in this process.

E – Engagement with you and your family in your treatment plan leads to better insights into different communication situations from both perspectives.  Incorporating family input creates a strong supportive network for you where you need it most.

Each hearing loss journey is unique.  A one-size-fits-all approach does not work.  We focus on high-priority items to boost your satisfaction and compliance with a personalized treatment plan.

A – Analytics are imperative to understanding absolute thresholds for measurable results. These results allow us to address your critical hearing issues through focused planning and setting realistic expectations.

R – Real results that are tailored and measurable ensure that you experienced improved hearing.

Contact Us Today

If you have any questions regarding hearing aids or our offered services, please contact Hearing Doctors of New Jersey today!  Our friendly team will be happy to assist you.\

To learn more about hearing loss and hearing aids, download our FREE Insider’s Guide on how to finally hear better.