Dr. Goyne practice's audiology in a manner that blends practical solutions and the latest science. He is licensed to practice audiology in Pennsylvania and is a Visiting Lecturer at Salus University. He has served in leadership positions with the Academy of Doctors of Audiology and the Pennsylvania Academy of Audiology.
For first-time users, hearing aids will often sound “tinny” or “amplified” or even seemingly too loud for the first few days of use. This is because for most first-time users,... Read more
Several factors come into consideration when considering what hearing aids to choose from. It is important to find a knowledgeable and experienced hearing health professional... Read more
As of March, 2016, Medicare does not cover hearing aids, nor does Medicare cover hearing tests done solely for the purposes of hearing aid selection and programming. However,... Read more
Similar to a public address system, a hearing aid can hum, whistle, or ring when amplified sound comes out of the hearing aid’s loudspeaker and is picked up by the microphone... Read more