Doctor of Audiology Tinnitus Holland MI

Congratulations Dr. Crossland!

Did you hear? Dr. Natalie Crossland has successfully completed the American Board of Audiology Tinnitus certification! Tinnitus (ringing/buzzing in the ears) is something that can have significant negative effects of daily life and, in some cases, can be a sign of other pathology. Assessing tinnitus and helping you improve it is something we take very seriously. We take pride in …

9/11 Cancer and Ototoxicity for FIrst responders

9/11

On another somber anniversary of 9/11, we would like to remember the first responders: 343 firefighters, 71 police officers, 8 EMTs and paramedics sacrificed their lives to help others. Thousands more rushed to Ground Zero to help, breathing in toxic carcinogenic dust. Over 2500 now have cancer. Among other problems, ototoxicity from chemotherapy treatments is causing hearing loss and tinnitus. …

Fireworks Hearing Loss and Tinnitus Safety Precautions Holland Doctors of Audiology

Happy & Safe 4th!

This 4th of July most big fireworks shows have been cancelled due to COVID. However, it is very likely that most of us will have some fireworks going off nearby. Beyond any social distancing safety precautions, don’t forget that sound levels from fireworks can reach levels that cause hearing problems and ringing in the ears. Some sound safety tips to …

Tinnitus Anxiety Stress Management and Reduction

Is tinnitus better, worse or the same during this challenging time?

The American Tinnitus Association’s Spring issue on mental health offers wonderful insights and helpful advice. Timing couldn’t be better and, especially now, we can all benefit from managing stress and anxiety! Calming the mind is relevant, whether you have tinnitus or not, so please share with anyone who may be struggling during this time. Stay well. Click Here for the full …

pets can help with tinnitus therapy for ringing in the ears - Holland Doctors of Audiology

Pets can help your Tinnitus Therapy!

Stella was at BestPals Animal Rescue Center for over a year. Now, she is completely devoted to her 9 year old human, who can’t imagine life without her. Even if you don’t decorate pictures you take of your pet 😉  there is no doubt that our furry friends make us feel better! Pets can not only show empathy and understand our emotions, but …

Tinnitus Treatment and therapy Holland Audiology

“Ringing in the New Year”: Tinnitus in 2020.

Tinnitus is the perception of sound in the absence of an external sound. While there is no cure for over 50 million Americans who experience tinnitus, many effective management options are available. Our support group is led by Audiologists Dr. Stelios Dokianakis and Dr. Natalie Crossland. Participants are encouraged to share their personal experiences and discuss with the group. This …

Groundbreaking Tinnitus Treatment Research

Ground Breaking Tinnitus Research from U of M!

Drs. Shore and Crossland at the Michigan Audiology Coalition conference. Dr. Shore does groundbreaking Tinnitus research at the University of Michigan. Dr. Crossland and Dr. Dokianakis are excited to learn and bring you the newest advances in Tinnitus management. Dr. Shore shared some of her latest research: “The brain, specifically the region of the brainstem called the dorsal cochlear nucleus, …

Tinnitus & Pets:

ADOPT ME!!! l will offer unconditional companionship and tons of affection to my human! 😻 The benefits of animal companionship and relaxation in tinnitus management are significant. This month we are happy to SPONSOR one ADOPTION of an adult cat from Best Pals Animal Rescue Center​. Find the right furry companion and we will cover the adoption fees! Check out …

Coffee Buzz: “Summer Activities and Tinnitus”

Tinnitus is the perception of sound in the absence of an external sound. While there is no cure for over 50 million Americans who experience tinnitus, many effective management options are available.  Our support group is led by Audiologists Dr. Stelios Dokianakis and Dr. Natalie Crossland. Participants are encouraged to share their personal experiences and discuss with the group. This …