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Can Noise Contribute to Hearing Loss?

Published under Hearing Loss on 11/25/2014

The answer is yes! Sounds which are too loud can be harmful, even if you are only exposed for a brief time. When noise has been a contributing factor in the development of hearing loss, it is called Noise Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL). NIHL can occur in people of any age. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Continue Reading »

Cedar City Clinic Pictures

Published under News on 11/17/2014

Here’s a look at our newest clinic in Cedar City and a map to help you find us for your next appointment. We’re conveniently located by Valley View Medical Center. Call to schedule your appointment now by calling Justin Bateman at (435) 690-9836. Appointments are available from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. As always, we offer free Continue Reading »

Our Newest Clinic – Cedar City

Published under News on 11/07/2014

Nilsson Hearing Clinics has been serving Southern Utah for 33 years and we are excited to bring the same level of care, compassion, and mission to the residents of Iron County. Eric Nilsson will be returning to Cedar City after 6 years to bring the largest hearing healthcare practice to his college town where he played on a collegiate golf Continue Reading »

Richfield’s Newest Hearing Instrument Provider

Published under News on 11/06/2014

Jamie Wilkerson is our full time hearing instrument provider in Richfield having just completed her direct supervision internship and is now fully credentialed to provider hearing healthcare independently. She has been with Nilsson Hearing Clinics since 2012 and a resident of Sevier County for many years. Jamie says she’s very excited about the new position. Having her here at all Continue Reading »

Hearing is a Brain Function: Use Oticon Alta with BrainHearing™ Technology

Published under Oticon Hearing Aids on 10/27/2014

We like to think that our ears do all the work of hearing. But, while they do a fantastic job of channeling the sounds of life, the hard work is really done by all that’s in between–the brain! Once sound is registered in the ears, the brain does all the hard work of translating those noises into information. And, like Continue Reading »