Meg received her doctor of audiology degree from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in 2011. She has a strong background in counseling patients on a variety of hearing-related issues. She is dedicated to providing quality, evidenced-based hearing care and improving patient outcomes through appropriate amplification. Meg also has a Bachelor's degree in Spanish. In her free time she enjoys reading, crochet, typography, exploring our wonderful state, and enjoying our friendly local culture.
What an interesting question! As noted by others, there is no known way to reverse the damage other than what the ear may repair itself. There have been some really interesting... Read more