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Mental Health and Hearing Loss: How to Help

Hearing Loss Recently, my aunt planned a birthday party and invited me and some of our other family. After two years apart, I was excited to see my aunt and spend quality time with her. My aunt is the type of person who enjoys hosting, cooking, and entertaining. It’s...

COVID-19 and Tinnitus – Are They Related?

COVID-19 and Tinnitus – Are They Related? If you experience ringing or buzzing in one or both ears, you may have tinnitus. In my other article, I discuss the different causes and treatment for tinnitus. The purpose of this article is to investigate research that...

Communicating With Someone With Hearing Loss

Communicating With Someone With Hearing Loss Communication is an important and powerful tool that either strengthens or harms your relationships with others. When hearing starts to fail, so does their ability to communicate. The following are some tips to help you...

Age-Related Hearing Loss and Cognitive Decline

Age-related hearing loss and cognitive decline. The potential mechanisms linking the two. Dementia: One of the largest modifiable risk factor for dementia. Mid-life hearing loss, if eliminated, might reduce the risk of dementia by 9%. Theory: Hearing loss causes the...

Age-Related Hearing Loss & Communication

How do aging and age-related hearing loss affect the ability to communicate effectively in challenging communicative conditions? • The 1000 to 3000 Hz frequency range is rich with acoustic cues. Even a mild hearing loss only in this area can affect how well speech is...


“I used to worry about my dad. I live out of state and call home weekly. On the phone, Dad didn’t seem like himself. He was aloof and sometimes unresponsive. I used to worry that he wasn’t following me on the phone or participating at family gatherings because of...

Your Top-Rated & New Favorite Audiologists in Tempe, AZ

"My experience in 10 + years is nothing less than excellent. Allen and Amy are very knowledgeable in diagnosing your hearing needs and fitting with the right quality product for it. They always answer all your questions."

- Nancy M.

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"Friendly and courteous staff, they didn't waste time with things I already had done and had everything set up ready for me. The place isn't hard to find and the office is clean and everyone was very efficient. Definitely recommend!"

- Jennifer K.

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"Dr. Rohe and staff are very caring and professional. I have been a patient of Dr Rohe for 3 years and have nothing but praise for for his help with my tinnitus and hearing problems. I highly recommend him."

- Christina M.

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"The Doctor spent 2 hours with me and I feel better and hear better already! I have never been treated so well by any doctors. He is very knowledgeable and puts his training to work and the results are amazing!"

- James M.

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*The reviews listed are from actual patients of Tinnitus & Hearing Center of Arizona. Individual results may vary. Reviews are not claimed to represent results for everyone.

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