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How to Safely Enjoy Music

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Understanding Voice Disorders

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Computer Vision Syndrome: Eye Care in an Online World

Over the last few decades, our lives have become more online than ever before, and it has taken a toll on our eyes. This constant and often...

How to Safely Enjoy Music

Music is a universal language that enriches our lives in countless ways, from providing relaxation and inspiration to fostering connection and joy....

Understanding Voice Disorders

Voice disorders are when there is a difference in quality, pitch, and loudness that is considered inappropriate for an individual’s age,...

Do I Have Astigmatism?

If you have been struggling with unexplained blurry vision or eye strain, it is possible that you may have astigmatism, a condition caused by an...

Personalized Features in Modern Hearing Aids

Gone are the days when hearing aids were simply amplifiers.Today's modern hearing aids come equipped with many personalized features tailored...

The Eye Institute’s Collaboration with Head Start Programs

For over 35 years, The Eye Institute (TEI) of Salus University has maintained a partnership with Head Start programs in the Philadelphia area.

Low Vision Rehab and Research Conference

The Envision Conference East 2024 held at the Elkins Park, Pennsylvania campus of Salus University was an opportunity to keep up with the latest...

Inclusive Communication for Autism Acceptance

April marks Autism Acceptance Month, a dedicated holiday to help foster better awareness and inclusion surrounding individuals with autism. Also...

Meet Our Residency Class of 2024-2025

It was a day filled with anticipation and excitement as we await our residency placements. For Pennsylvania College of Optometry (PCO) fourth-year...

Aural Rehabilitation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology

In this podcast, Rebecca Blaha, AuD, lead audiologist at the Pennsylvania Ear Institute (PEI) of Salus University and Robert Serianni,...

Safety First When it Comes to Viewing the Eclipse

If you’re going to observe the upcoming solar eclipse on Monday, April 8, Pennsylvania College of Optometry (PCO) at Salus University faculty...

How Albinism Affects the Eyes

Albinism is a group of heritable disorders affecting the skin, hair, and eyes, caused by a lack of melanin. While albinism is popularly...

Neurodiverse Speech-Language Care at We Rock the Spectrum

Did you know that We Rock the Spectrum kids gym not only provides an inclusive play environment for all kids, but also guided speech-language...

Fashion Friday: Audiology Faculty

A dog, hearing aid, drag queen, love sign, and crossfit. Although topics seemingly unrelated, these items make up Rebecca Blaha’s, AuD,...

Behind the Scenes at the Pennsylvania Ear Institute

In this podcast, we talk to Lindsay Bondurant, PhD, CCC-A, director of the Pennsylvania Ear Institute (PEI) about everything her role as director...

Learn More About Managing Diabetes With Free Real World Diabetes Workshops

Beginning in March, The Eye Institute (TEI) of Salus University will be partnering with the Temple Diabetes Program (part of Temple University...

Speak Up! For Parkinson’s Speech Support

Speech-language pathologists at the Speech-Language Institute (SLI) can support clients to maintain and even improve these communication skills. In...

All Things Cochlear Implant: Q&A with an Audiologist

February 25th marks International Cochlear Implant Day, making it a great time to spread awareness about the hearing assistance these incredible...

Winter Sports Safety: Are You Wearing Your Helmet Correctly?

With low temperatures bringing some of the first extended cold weather this year, winter sports are in full swing. While these activities are a...

Behind the Scenes at the Speech-Language Institute

In this podcast, we'll be discussing all things clinical for the Speech-Language Pathology (SLP) program at Salus University.

Overactive Thyroid? Keep an Eye Out for Thyroid Eye Disease

January was Thyroid Awareness Month, which makes it a great time to spread awareness about the eye concerns that can come with an overactive...

Moebius Syndrome Awareness

According to the Moebius Syndrome Foundation, Moebius syndrome is a rare congenital, non-progressive form of facial paralysis combined with...

Low Vision Services for Glaucoma

Erin Kenny, OD ‘15, Resident ‘16, FAAO, chief of the William Feinbloom Vision Rehabilitation Center, shares five low vision tips that...

The 2024 New Year's Resolution: Stop Using Q-Tips for Ear Wax Removal

Need any last-minute New Year’s resolutions? 2024 is the perfect year to begin (or continue) protecting your ear health! To start the year...