Teleaudiology Frequently Asked Questions

Teleaudiology Frequently Asked Questions

Teleaudiology Frequently Asked Questions What are Teleaudiology consultations? Essentially Teleaudiology consultations are a form of online consultation that allows patients to have hearing aid adjustments without any direct physical contact. Not only this, but...
Communication challenges during a pandemic

Communication challenges during a pandemic

Communication challenges during a pandemic As audiologists, we are equipped with the knowledge for improving communication and are always keen to impart our knowledge to any of our patients with an ear to hear us. But what happens when our advice seems to contradict...
What is cholesteatoma?

What is cholesteatoma?

What is cholesteatoma? A cholesteatoma is an abnormal growth of skin that forms a cyst in the middle part of the ear behind the eardrum. Cholesteatomas are not cancerous, but are capable of causing damage to bones and tissue in the middle ear as they grow in size....
Covid 19 and Knox Audiology

Covid 19 and Knox Audiology

How we can still help you In light of the current COVID19 situation there is a lot of uncertainty so at Knox Audiology we want to let you know we are still here to care for all your hearing and balance needs. Currently we are still open at all of our clinics,...
Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo BPPV

Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo BPPV

What is BPPV?Brief dizziness which lasts for approximately 5-10seconds (no longer than 30seconds) usually triggered by head movements. For example lying down, rolling over in bed or looking upwards.SymptomsDizziness, vertigo, light-headedness, imbalance or nausea...