What Causes Fall Allergies?
What Causes Fall Allergies?

What Causes Fall Allergies?

What Causes Fall Allergies? Ragweed is the biggest allergy trigger in the fall. Though it usually starts to release pollen with cool nights and warm days in August, it can last into September and October. About 75% of people allergic to spring plants also have reactions to ragweed.
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Same Day and Next Day Care

Same Day and Next Day Care

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Don't Forget Your Mask
Don't Forget Your Mask

Don't Forget Your Mask

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Back-To-School Hearing Tests
Back-To-School Hearing Tests

Back-To-School Hearing Tests

School is just around the corner and with online classes it is more important than ever to make sure your child can hear and understand their teacher. Is your child’s speech hard for other people to understand? Does your child seem to misunderstand instructions frequently? Is your child not turning their head or responding to sounds? ENT & Allergy Associate's Hearing Center is here to help, call 715-847-2021 to schedule a hearing test with one of our Audiologists today!
Allergy season starts up, causing a variety of allergies
Allergy season starts up, causing a variety of allergies

Allergy season starts up, causing a variety of allergies

WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) - It’s the time when pollen levels rise for the final time, causing the fall seasonal allergies.

“We’re entering the final pollen season of the year, which is weeds and ragweed,” Dr. Todd Hostetler, an allergist for ENT Allergy and Associates in Wausau, said.

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 ENT & Allergy Associates Hearing Center
ENT & Allergy Associates Hearing Center

ENT & Allergy Associates Hearing Center

Dr. Sarah Rosicky received her Bachelor of Science degree for Speech, Language, Hearing Sciences from Northern Michigan University in Marquette, MI. Dr. Rosicky obtained her Doctorate of Audiology from the joint audiology program between the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point and Madison in 2018, graduating from the Stevens Point campus. She completed her audiology residency at Marshfield Clinic – Eau Claire and Chippewa Falls, WI. Dr. Rosicky is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology.