Gebbie Clinic

Ringing in the ears? It could be tinnitus

Nov 1, 2015
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Many people experience noise or ringing in the head or ears called tinnitus, but what happens when this noise impacts our daily lives? This week on “Take Care,” we discuss tinnitus with Dr. Tammy Kordas.

Dr. Tammy Kordas is an audiologist and clinical instructor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Syracuse University. Dr. Kordas is also a supervising audiologist at the Gebbie Speech Language Hearing Clinic at Syracuse University.

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For the last 40 years, the Gebbie Speech, Language Hearing Clinic at Syracuse University has been making a difference in the lives of people with speech and hearing problems across central New York. This weekend, the clinic will celebrate its 40th anniversary with the grand opening of new facilities, while showcasing the work they’ve done.

Hearing loss: likely, but not inevitable

Aug 11, 2013
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As we get older, we can lose our hair, our eyesight, but the affect aging has on our hearing can be less apparent. And how can we stop hearing loss? This week on “Take Care,” we talk to Dr. Joseph Pellegrino, assistant professor and director of audiology at the Gebbie Hearing Clinic at Syracuse University, about age-related hearing disorders.

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Gradual hearing loss is one of those conditions a lot of us will face as we get older, but it may be hard to realize it’s happening. Lorraine Rapp and Linda Lowen, hosts of WRVO's health and wellness show "Take Care," recently spoke with Joseph Pellegrino, director of audiology at the Gebbie Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic at Syracuse University, about how hearing loss happens and some new technologies that help people cope with hearing loss.

Lorraine Rapp: Is hearing loss inevitable as we age and what happens physically to cause it?