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Hope Hearing & Tinnitus Center provides unparalleled patient care and tinnitus treatment

Tinnitus and hearing specialist Dr. Beki Kellogg helps patients find hope and relief for tinnitus, hearing loss, hyperacusis (reduced tolerance to sound) and other hearing concerns.

The practice - Southlake’s Hope Hearing & Tinnitus Center, located close to the Southlake Town Center - includes Dr. Kellogg, Dr. Mary Allen Pollok and patient care coordinator Charmaine Walden.

For many people, tinnitus can be exceedingly bothersome, impacting their quality of life. Tinnitus involves hearing ringing, buzzing, chirping or other sounds within the ears. It can disrupt sleep and cause communication issues, anxiety, irritability, concentration difficulties, even depression. The majority of Dr. Kellogg’s and Dr. Pollok’s patients come in for tinnitus relief.

“Tinnitus is treatable,” Dr. Kellogg says. “We help people who previously thought there was no hope for their symptoms.”

A second office operates in Iowa. Dr. Kellogg previously lived in the Midwest, where she started her first practice. Texas is home, however, and the doctor says she’s happy to be back close to family, her Lone Star roots and warmer weather. She grew up in Carrollton, and her family lives in East Texas, giving her three young sons a great opportunity to spend quality time with their relatives.

Both the Southlake and Iowa offices are expanding. The Texas location is modeled after Dr. Kellogg’s Iowa practice, where she returns monthly to see patients.

She’s a Baylor University graduate who completed a four-year audiology doctoral program at the University of North Texas. Her practice provides patients with collaborative, individualized treatment options, years of practice experience to find solutions that work best for each patient, and the empathy and understanding of what patients are going through.

More than 80% of her patients experience tinnitus improvement.

“People don’t have to live with hearing issues and a constant annoying sound,” she says. “Our work is based on over 10 years of research with more than 1,000 tinnitus patients.”

This unique, research-based aspect of the practice helps drive its success and bring results that patients call life changing.

In this new year, there is new hope for patients suffering from tinnitus, hearing loss, hyperacusis and other hearing concerns.

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