Press release January 30, 2019
Manhattan Audiology Presents Community Tinnitus and Hearing Event
New York, NY January 30, 2019. Manhattan Audiology announced today that they will be holding a tinnitus and hearing event on January 30th, 2019 featuring the Otoharmonics Levo System and Signia brand hearing aids.
The event will run from 9 am to 5 pm at Manhattan Audiology, which is located at 210 East 64th Street, 3rd Floor (Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital) in New York City, and will include free hearing screenings. Signia hearing aid trials will also be available so that attendees can experience the benefits of Signia’s latest technology for themselves.
A complimentary lunch will be included as part of this free event. Space is limited, so anyone interested in attending is encouraged to call (212) 792-3900 to reserve their spot right away.
“Hearing loss is the second most prevalent health issue globally. Approximately 90 percent of tinnitus cases (ringing in the ear) occur with underlying hearing loss. The prevalence of tinnitus is usually correlated with level or degree of hearing loss.
Tinnitus affects 20 percent and hearing loss occurs in 90 percent of those cases. Additionally, statistics show even those patients with a mild hearing loss are twice as likely to develop dementia.
We welcome you to come to learn about proven technologies, tools and therapies that can minimize the burden of tinnitus and hearing loss and improve the quality of your life.” said Dr. Roufos from Manhattan Audiology.
Dr. Joanna Roufos
About Manhattan Audiology
Dr. Joanna Roufos, Audiologist, has over 25 years of experience working with pediatrics through geriatrics. Former Executive Director of Lexington Hearing & Speech Center of the Lexington School for the Deaf and Adjunct Professor of Doctoral Studies at Saint John’s University, Dr. Roufos has extensive experience in both the clinical and business aspects of audiology and a compassionate nature to serve those with communication difficulties. Dr. Roufos's primary office, Manhattan Audiology, is located in the Upper East Side at 210 East 64th Street within the Manhattan Eye Ear and Throat Hospital. Dr. Roufos can communicate in Greek and American Sign Language.
For more information, visit: http://manhattanaudiology.com/.