August 15, 2017

Is Your Child Hearing Clearly?

Unlike the visual system which continues to evolve during the first few months of life, the hearing system is fully developed at birth.

Marie-Josée Paul
July 13, 2017

Are Smart Phones Bad for Your Hearing?

Fifteen or so years ago, cell phones were mostly used to make phone calls. But are they dangerous for our ears?

Marie-Josée Paul
June 7, 2017

Preventing Swimmer’s Ear

While taking a dip can be greatly relaxing and fun, it can also bring on unwanted outer ear infections, also known as swimmer’s ear.

Marie-Josée Paul
May 9, 2017

May is Speech and Hearing Awareness Month

The Focus is on Prevention and Intervention.

Marie-Josée Paul
April 20, 2017

What is sudden hearing loss?

Sudden hearing takes place over a period ranging from a few seconds to three days and involves hearing damage in the order of 30 decibels.

Marie-Josée Paul
March 13, 2017

Presbycusis or Age-Related Hearing Loss

The onset of presbycusis typically occurs around 60 years old. This natural phenomenon is the result of cell generation in the ear.

Marie-Josée Paul
February 20, 2017

Technology and Hearing Health: A Winning Combination

Nowadays, a simple remote control actually allows you to pair your hearing aids to your electronic devices to improve your hearing.

Marie-Josée Paul
January 16, 2017

Detecting Hearing Loss in Children

Hearing is essential to child development. Childhood language skills generally start developing during a child's first 24 months of life.

Marie-Josée Paul
December 5, 2016

The Right Strategies to Improve Listening and Communication

The right listening and communication strategies can help improve the performance of your hearing aids.

Marie-Josée Paul
November 7, 2016

Hearing Loss and Isolation: Breaking the Cycle

Hearing loss often leads to severe psychological problems, including isolation.

Marie-Josée Paul
October 11, 2016

New Clinic in Saint-Sauveur: Now Closer Than Ever!

The citizens of Saint-Sauveur and neighbouring municipalities now benefit from expert local care.

Marie-Josée Paul
September 19, 2016

6 Things to Know About Occupational Hearing Loss

Industrial deafness, or occupational hearing loss, is the most common work-related disease.

Marie-Josée Paul
August 18, 2016

Add Hearing Care to Your Back-to-School Checklist!

Hearing care should be given the same importance as dental and vision care to make sure our children are ready for classes.

Marie-Josée Paul
July 4, 2016

Which Specialist is Right for You?

Here's a quick overview of the main professions who care about your audition!

Marie-Josée Paul
June 28, 2016

A Human Approach at the Heart of our Practice!

My passion was born from a desire to help those close to me. Thirty years later, the flame is still alive.

Marie-Josée Paul
June 2, 2016

Tinnitus in 10 Questions

Tinnitus is a perception of sound in absence of an external source. This physical condition is caused by a fault in the hearing system.

Marie-Josée Paul
May 11, 2016

Teens: Beware of High Decibels!

By raising awareness among young people about a few ground rules, teens will be able to keep enjoying their music without harming their ears

Marie-Josée Paul