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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...

The Role of Speech-Language Therapy in Post-Concussion Syndrome

Concussions are a common brain injury leading to issues ranging from headaches to concentration problems, but did you know that concussions may...

Sleighing the Holiday Season Includes the Annual Door Decorating Contest

The Pediatric Team Room won top honors at The Eye Institute (TEI), The Eye Institute at Chestnut Hill was first among the Chestnut...

Hearing Loss During the Holidays

The holidays can be difficult for individuals with hearing loss, as communication in large group settings can be challenging at times.

Gifts to Boost Communication Skills this Holiday Season

The holiday season is one of festivities, family time, and warm tidings. For many, it also brings the annual gift whirlwind of what to buy and for...

Megan Patterson ‘25OD is the 2023 Toland Scholarship Winner

Megan Patterson was named the 2023 Joseph C. Toland Memorial Scholarship winner.

Salus University Health Volunteers at Special Olympics Fall Fest

On Saturday, November 4th, volunteers at the Special Olympics Fall Festival event were able to provide eye and ear screenings to over a hundred...

Pennsylvania Ear Institute Celebrates 19 Years of Growth

PEI opened on Nov. 19, 2004 to serve as the main clinical facility for Salus University Doctor of Audiology (AuD) students, and since then has...

Looking Out for Kids Gala Honors Founder Dr. Susan Oleszewski

The Eye Institute and Pennsylvania Ear Institute's vision and hearing screenings program received a big boost at the 16th annual Looking Out...

Inside the Life of Optometry Dean: Dr. Melissa Trego

So, just what does a day in the life of the dean of PCO/Salus look like? Well, it’s pretty exciting, according to Dr. Melissa Trego. She...

Last Minute Clinic Tips to Keep Halloween Safe and Spooky for Everyone

With Halloween lurking right around the corner, children and adults alike are preparing to gear up in their best costumes, don their cutest plastic...

NBC10’s Johnny Archer to Once Against Host Annual Children’s Fundraiser

Johnny Archer, reporter and anchor for Philadelphia’s NBC10, will host Salus University’s annual “Looking Out for Kids”...

Tips to Prevent Sports-Related Eye Injuries

According to the National Eye Institute, eye injuries are a leading cause of blindness in children in the United States. Most of these eye injuries...

ICYMI: October 2023 Events

The Salus University Clinics have been busy over the month of October! Here are the events they have been to this past month.

Developmental Milestones for a Child’s Speech & Language Skills: Kindergarten to Second Grade

Seven Developmental Milestones Parents Can Look for to Gauge their Child’s Speech and Language Skills.

Always Looking Out for Kids: Charity Fundraiser Has Grown and Evolved Over the Years

Thomas Falkowski remembered the day Dr. Susan Oleszewski walked into his office in 2006 at The Eye Institute with an idea.