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Mr. John M. Burkey

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Director of Audiology

Lippy Group for Ear Nose
Phone: (330) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: j***@***.com
The Lippy Group for Ear , Nose and Throat
3893 E. Market Street
Warren, Ohio 44484
United States

Company Description: The Lippy Group for Ear, Nose & Throat. This site was designed in the spirit of information sharing for all internet users with special attention given to patients,...   more

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  • M.A.
  • Kent State University
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The Lippy Group Hearing Aid Center (Warren, Ohio), 1 Nov 2010 [cached]
John M. Burkey, M.A. is a clinical audiologist and director of audiology at the Lippy Group. He has been with the practice since 1989. Mr. Burkey is author of the books Baby Boomers and Hearing Loss: A Guide to Prevention and Care and Overcoming Hearing Aid Fears: The Road to Better Hearing. He has also authored, co-authored and contributed to numerous articles for hearing, hearing aid, and medical journals.
Baby Boomers and Hearing Loss: A Guide to Prevention and Care, 14 Sept 2013 [cached]
AUTHOR: John M. Burkey PUBLISHER: Rutgers University Press ISBN: 0-8135-3881-5
The author, John M. Burkey introduces patients and then references the patients throughout the book highlighting the many solutions employed in addition to hearing aids, to enhance communication effectiveness. A thorough explanation of the audiogram and degrees of hearing loss are enhanced by actual audiograms.
CRITIQUE: Using a title of Baby Boomers and Hearing Loss: A Guide to Prevention and Care, John M. Burkey directly entices boomers to read it yet the content serves as an excellent comprehensive guide to hearing topics for all hearing impaired adults.
John M. Burkey is the ..., 1 Mar 2003 [cached]
John M. Burkey is the director of audiology.
John M. Burkey, M.A.
John Burkey M.A., is Director of Audiology for the Lippy Group for Ear, Nose and Throat.He is a graduate of Kent State University, certified by the American Speech Language and Hearing Association and is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology.He is licensed to Practice audiology in Ohio and Pennsylvania.In addition to his clinical and supervisory duties, Mr. Burkey has authored or co-authored the following publications:
Hearing Better: Understanding Your Hearing And Ear Care Options by John M. Burkey,
AAA: Overcoming Hearing Aid Fears: The Road to Better Hearing, 14 June 2008 [cached]
AUTHOR: John M. Burkey
PUBLISHER: Rutgers University Press
ISBN: 0-8135-3309-0 (hardcover); 0-8135-3310-4 (paperback)
COST: US$44.95 (hardcover); US$17.95 (paperback) (Buy this book from
REVIEWER: The Rev. Russell Burck, Ph.D., Director, Program in Ethics and Ethics Consultation Service, Department of Religion, Health, and Human Values, Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois
SYNOPSIS: Overcoming Hearing Aid Fears: The Road to Better Hearing, by John M. Burkey, was written "to help people to keep hearing loss from affecting their quality of life."
Burkey gives a good sense of what it must mean to be constantly engaged with people who are struggling with the human tendency to make as much mis-meaning as appropriate meaning out of their needs for help.
Burkey dedicates more than a third of the book to actual examples of concerns, fears and doubts that he has heard from his clients.Adapting Kuebler-Ross's "stages" of dying to hearing loss, he provides clear examples of denial, anger, and bargaining/avoidance, but curiously, none of acceptance.Perhaps he intends to demonstrate acceptance in the case vignettes of other chapters.
But Burkey makes appropriate departures from her model and provides good examples.
The main problem of the book is that the author is not clear who his audience is.
Energy Times - Health, Vitamins, Supplements and Nutrition, 1 Sept 2011 [cached]
"The one thing that's been different for the Baby Boomers are all the years of amplified music that the generations before them did not have," says John Burkey, MA, director of audiology at the Lippy Group for Ear, Nose and Throat in Warren, Ohio, and author of Baby Boomers and Hearing Loss (Rutgers University Press). He says a third of people age 65 and older have some degree of hearing loss.
Burkey agrees, saying, "The expectation that you can hear is ingrained.
Some vacuums are loud enough to be damaging," says Burkey. Sound intensity is measured in decibels (dB).
"The mantra is, 'I'm not old enough for hearing aids.' They think the aids would be much worse than the hearing loss, and the opposite is true," says Burkey. One study found that only 14% of older adults with hearing loss used aids (Archives of Oto­laryngology 10/03). Profound deafness may be treated with cochlear implants designed to help compensate for the loss of hair cells.
Because of the connection between cardiovascular problems and hearing loss, "whatever a person can do to live a healthier lifestyle would be helpful. It's the old thing about diet and exercise," Burkey says.
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