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Dr. Eric Hagberg N.

President

Academy of Doctors of Audiology

HQ Phone: (859) 271-0607

Academy of Doctors of Audiology

3493 Lansdowne Drive Suite 2

Lexington, Kentucky 40517

United States

Company Description

Established in 1977, the Academy of Doctors of Audiology (ADA) is the only national organization dedicated to audiologists in autonomous practice. ADA and its members strive to epitomize practitioner excellence, high ethical standards, professional autono ... more

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Employment History

Board Member
Agentis Management Inc

Founder and Owner
Neuro-Communication Services Inc

Affiliations

Fellow
American Academy of Audiology

Education

Bachelor Degree

State University of New York at Buffalo

Masters Degree
Audiology
Kent State University

Ph.D.

Web References (152 Total References)


Eric N. Hagberg, ...

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Eric N. Hagberg, Au.D.

Dr. Hagberg has been serving the hearing impaired of the Mahoning Valley since 1975. Dr. Hagberg received his Doctor of Audiology degree from the Arizona School of Health Sciences, a division of the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine. He is Board Certified in Audiology and a Fellow of the Academy of Doctors Audiology and the American Academy of Audiology. Dr. Hagberg is a past president of the Academy of Doctors of Audiology. He is a preceptor for students of the Northeast Ohio Audiology Consortium, the Doctor of Audiology program of Kent State, University of Akron, and the Cleveland Clinic. Dr. Hagberg co-authored the first hearing aid prescription fitting method and has multiple publications in respected Audiology journals.
Dr. Hagberg is the recipient of numerous ACE awards for continuing education. By continually upgrading his knowledge, Dr. Hagberg is always able to provide patients with the best correction for their specific hearing loss and lifestyle.


The Academy Of Doctors Of Audiology Warns Consumers Against Obtaining Hearing Aids Without Proper Diagnosis, Treatment And Counseling - Atlanta, GA Georgia - Atlanta Hearing Associates

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"Even when hearing loss is detected through a comprehensive examination, hearing aids are not always a recommended course of treatment," said ADA President Eric Hagberg, Au.D., "The purchase and use of a hearing aid without a proper examination, diagnosis and counseling is a recipe for poor treatment outcomes and increased risks."

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"This undermines every good practice with regard to hearing healthcare as this diagnosis and delivery model is unsound, unsafe and unreliable," said Dr. Hagberg.


Hearing Updates | BalanceMD

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(4/6) "The New Old Age" blog, Susan Seliger recounts her parents' reluctance to get hearing aids and notes that according to Dr. Eric Hagberg, an audiologist in Youngstown, Ohio, and president of the Academy of Doctors of Audiology, "the average person has been having trouble hearing for 7 to 10 years before they come in." Furthermore, "of the 26.7 million people over age 50 with a hearing impairment, only one in seven, a meager 14 percent, use a hearing aid," says Dr. Frank Lin, assistant professor of otolaryngology and epidemiology at Johns Hopkins University.


Medical & Healthcare | The ElderHub

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"The average person has been having trouble hearing for 7 to 10 years before they come in - they say it's only been a few months, but we've found it's years," said Dr. Eric Hagberg, an audiologist in Youngstown, Ohio, and president of the Academy of Doctors of Audiology.

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"Men think, 'It's a sign of weakness,' and women think, 'It's showing my age,' " said Dr. Hagberg.
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"Stop being a living hearing aid," Dr. Hagberg advised. "Everybody has one - a seemingly helpful caregiver, husband or wife who feeds back the information so the other person doesn't need to seek help."
Second, "I tell patients who deny they have a problem, even after testing, to go home and pay attention to every time they say, 'What?' or they miss the punchline on TV or ask people to repeat something," said Dr. Hagberg.


Blog | The ElderHub - Part 3

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"The average person has been having trouble hearing for 7 to 10 years before they come in - they say it's only been a few months, but we've found it's years," said Dr. Eric Hagberg, an audiologist in Youngstown, Ohio, and president of the Academy of Doctors of Audiology.

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"Men think, 'It's a sign of weakness,' and women think, 'It's showing my age,' " said Dr. Hagberg.
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"Stop being a living hearing aid," Dr. Hagberg advised. "Everybody has one - a seemingly helpful caregiver, husband or wife who feeds back the information so the other person doesn't need to seek help."
Second, "I tell patients who deny they have a problem, even after testing, to go home and pay attention to every time they say, 'What?' or they miss the punchline on TV or ask people to repeat something," said Dr. Hagberg.

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