Greece Hearing Center Opens Brighton Office

Clear Choice Hearing and Balance, an audiology practice specializing in tinnitus and other hearing and imbalance disorders, recently opened a new office in Westfall Surgery Center, 1065 Senator Keating Blvd., Rochester. The hearing center expanded to Brighton to meet the growing demands of hearing loss. Since opening its Greece office on Canal Landing Boulevard in 2008, the need for diagnosis …

Hearing Conservation Through Partnership With Musicians

Most audiologists will agree that musicians are not like other patients. Clinical encounters with musicians are often and affectionately described as challenging, with the potential to be highly rewarding. Musicians often push our understanding of sound and hearing to the limits, not because they are inherently difficult, but because they live and breathe sound. Music professionals have a thorough understanding …

Article on musicians and hearing loss

Audiologist Ron D’Angelo wrote an article that was published in the January, 2017 edition of the Journal of the International Trumpet Guild. The article concerns the intelligent use of hearing conservation strategies and products for musicians and music teachers. A professional trumpet player when he is not seeing patients at our Greece and Brighton offices, Ron has experience on both sides of …

New Brighton Location

Clear Choice Hearing and Balance is excited to announce our Brighton office has moved to a new location. A stone’s throw from our current space, the new suite allows us to better serve you in an opulent, spacious environment. The office provides us with two concurrent audio test booths, improved facilities for vestibular assessment and rehabilitation, as well as hearing …

Public presentation October 7

On Friday October 7th we will be participating in the Day of Hearing at Nazareth College, sponsored by Rochester chapter of the Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA). Local audiologists will be speaking on various topic related to the ears and hearing. Ron D’Angelo, AuD will be presenting on the topic, “A new spin…vertigo, imbalance and hearing loss” from 10:15-11:00 …

Pay attention to unusual ear symptoms

A relative of one of our staff has recently been experiencing a very disruptive set of symptoms related to the ears. This 45 year-old female experiences extreme episodes of dizziness (usually spinning) following exposure to loud noises or coughing/sneezing/straining experiences. Loud noises also sound distorted, and her own voice sounds louder in her head. Her life has changed drastically, to …

Strategies to preserve your hearing

Simple strategies to preserve your hearing Many activities we enjoy or perform while working are known to be dangerous to the organs of hearing. These organs are located in the inner ear (cochlea) and are easily damaged by exposure to noise of sufficient loudness and duration. Countless patients have been diagnosed with hearing loss that is most likely caused by …

Many causes of dizziness

Many causes of dizziness Because we specialize in disorders of hearing, balance and dizziness, we see many patients with a variety of symptoms. Many have difficulty hearing, some are bothered by noises in their ears (tinnitus), some suffer disruptive dizziness, and some report poor balance. Earlier blog articles have explored the ways in which hearing, tinnitus, vertigo and imbalance can …

acquired hearing loss

Born deaf vs acquired hearing loss Those of us who deal with the ears and hearing impairment often make distinctions based on the onset of a patient’s hearing loss. There are many patients who gradually lose their hearing, due to heredity, noise exposure, aging or other factors. Some lose function more rapidly, as through disease, head trauma or sudden noise …