The dramatic impact of hearing loss on our well being.

Dr Frank Linn at Johns Hopkins has done extensive research on the impact of hearing loss on the brain.  His articles have clearly shown how hearing loss affects our brain and interaction in the world in multiple ways.  His studies have helped me to truly understand the impact of hearing loss, and it is why […]

Sore throats – Why does it keep happening.

There are many causes of sore throats.  Probably the most common people think of is often called Strep throat and they think antibiotics are warranted.  However, since many upper respiratory tract illnesses or chronic problems can cause sore throat, it is important to get evaluated by a physician and in many cases an ENT specialist. […]

Sinus problems – Do I have a infection that needs antibiotics

As we head into the fall and winter months and stay inside more, exposure to infections becomes more prominent and people start developing nasal and sinus problems It’s not easy to decide if one has a viral infection which needs to run it’s course or antibiotics are needed.  Viruses can get worse for 3 to […]

Untreated hearing loss affects our memory and cognition – Hearing aids help prevent the problem

Our knowledge about hearing loss and it’s impact on us has improved dramatically over the past few years.  Hearing loss is often slowly progressive and as a result people don’t realize the significant hearing loss they have.  We are now much more aware of how hearing loss affects the brain and this study along with […]

Keeping your medical care costs under control -the educated consumer

There have been many changes to insurance and the coverage provided patients over the past 20 or more years.  The Accountable Care Act, also known as ObamaCare helped those people who didn’t have medical care to acquire it.  However, in that process the costs of insurance to patients who already had insurance coverage dramatically increased.  […]

Treating ENT problems in the most effective way.

We all know how medicine has changed dramatically over the past few years.  Much of the medical care is provided by the physicians at the big institutions,  particularly in Cleveland.  There is no question of the quality of care provided once you can be seen.  However gaining access to the physician is often difficult due […]

It’s not just hearing loss

The newest research on hearing loss and it’s effects have identified the significant impact of hearing loss on our brain and why someone should treat their hearing loss as soon as the problem is identified.  Click on the link below for a nice article that explains what is going on.  We are dedicated to helping […]

What is “Hay Fever”?

Allergic rhinitis is commonly referred to as “hay fever” and is a chronic nasal problem in adolescents and young adults. Allergies to inhalants like pollen, dust, and animal dander can begin to cause sinus and nasal symptoms in early childhood. Infants and young children are especially susceptible to allergic sensitivity to foods and indoor allergens. […]

Children And Hearing Loss

A Child’s Hearing Loss Are you the parent of a child with newly diagnosed hearing loss? If so, you will have many questions and concerns regarding the nature of this problem, its effects on your child’s future, treatment options, and resources. This article will provide you with necessary initial information and guidance about the availability […]

Dr. Bert Brown Offers New HALO – Made for iPhone© Hearing Aids

Got Hearing Loss? Dr. Bert Brown and Physician Hearing Centers Offer the Latest Technology in Hearing Aids, the iPhone© Compatible HALO Cleveland, Ohio, June 26, 2014 –Treating hearing loss can be a challenge when attempting to reach out to the technologically savvy, style conscious Baby Boomer generation, a demographic that may experience the onset of […]