Lora Lieb, Au.D., CCC-A
Dr. Lieb joined the Blue Ridge Hearing Aids and Audiology team in 2022. She received her Bachelor of Arts in English as a Second Language and Linguistics from Liberty University in 2018 and her Doctor of Audiology from Ohio State University in 2022. Prior to joining Blue Ridge Hearing Aids and Audiology she was employed…
Get Your Professional Voice Back
For many people, speaking naturally and with confidence is key in a professional setting. Many professions such as those of managers, lawyers, performers and others need their speaking voice to remain at its best. Unfortunately, certain medical conditions or injuries might affect your ability to keep your professional voice at its best. That’s where an…
What is Noise Induced Hearing Loss?
Noise induced hearing loss is the second most common form of hearing loss (ranking behind presbycusis, hearing loss related to normal aging), and is the most preventable type. How Can Sounds Hurt Your Ears? Background sound is a constant in our busy lives. Normally, background noises are at safe levels that won’t impact our hearing….
What is Sudden Hearing Loss?
For most people who experience hearing loss, the condition comes on gradually over a period of years. In rare cases, an abrupt loss of hearing occurs with little or no warning. This condition is known as sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSHL). What is Sudden Deafness? Sudden deafness is defined as a hearing reduction of 30…
What is Unilateral Hearing Loss?
What is Single Sided Deafness? Sometimes referred to as unilateral hearing loss, single sided deafness is a condition in which an individual experiences hearing loss in only one ear but can hear normally out of the other ear. While the majority of patients with a hearing impairment suffer from bilateral (two-sided) hearing loss, SSD is…
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Prescription Refill Requests
Generally you need to have been seen by a Blue Ridge Ear, Nose, Throat & Plastic Surgery physician within the past year for your refill request to be granted. Your Blue Ridge Ear, Nose, Throat & Plastic Surgery physician must have written the original prescription. Allow a minimum of three working days for processing your…