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Dr. Ed Aleo Explains Comorbidity with Hearing Health Dr. Ed Aleo, audiologist and co-founder of ClearSound Hearing Centers, dtalks about the difficulties with hearing loss associated with comorbidities- social isolation, dementia, missing the first part of words,...

What is Swimmer’s Ear?

What is Swimmer’s Ear? Swimmer’s ear (also known as otitis externa) is an infection of the outer ear canal. Symptoms of swimmer’s ear usually appear within a few days of swimming and include:• Itchiness inside the ear.• Redness and swelling of the ear.• Pain when the...

Alcohol & Hearing- Excessive Consumption Can Lead to Hearing Loss

Open a bottle of wine with dinner, share a beer with a friend, or uncork a bottle of bubbly for a special occasion. But did you know that excessive alcohol consumption can lead to hearing loss? How Does Alcohol Affect Your Hearing? There are several ways that drinking...

Dr. Raymond Catania Explains Earwax

   Dr. Raymond Catania, audiologist of ClearSound Hearing Centers, explains earwax: - What earwax is - Why it can be a problem - Some of the remedies that ClearSound can provide

ClearSound Telehealth Consultations and Quarantine Safety Protocols

Telehealth Consultations and Quarantine Safety Protocols Dr. Ed Aleo, audiologist and co-founder of ClearSound Hearing Centers, discusses some of the in-office precautions being taken during patient visits while staying open during the Covid-19 pandemic. In addition...

“Hear Your Hearing Loss” with Dr. Edward Aleo

"Hear Your Hearing Loss" with Dr. Edward Aleo   Dr. Ed Aleo, Audiologist & Co-Founder of ClearSound Hearing Centers, explains our patented process that allows patients to actually hear their hearing loss. The information provided in this article is not meant...

Hearing Loss Increases the Risk of Accidental Injuries

Hearing Loss Increases the Risk of Accidental Injuries An analysis of data from the National Health Interview Survey found that, over an eight year period (2007 – 2015), people who reported that they had “a lot of trouble” hearing ended up being twice as likely to...

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19): What You Need to Know

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19): What You Need to Know (opens in a new tab) The new coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak is a rapidly evolving situation, and we’re prepared to prevent any further potential cases that may arise in the New York area. To...

Five Reasons Why You Should Not Ignore Hearing Loss

Five Reasons Why You Should Not Ignore Hearing Loss Does this sound familiar? Either you or someone you know is just starting to deal with hearing loss, but instead of taking it seriously, you brush it aside. You can cope, you’ve decided. You’ll just turn the TV up a...

Five Things Everyone Should Know About Tinnitus

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimates that 50 million Americans experience tinnitus. That’s over 15 percent of the U.S. population, or nearly one in every six of us. So what is this condition that affects so many people — and what can tinnitus sufferers...

Doctor of Audiology, Alexandra Lewery

Dr. Lewery earned her Bachelors of Science degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences from Brooklyn College. She then went on earn her Doctorate of Audiology degree from Hofstra University.

Dr. Lewery

Dr. Lewery gained her clinical experience through rotations at Omni Rehabilitation Center, NY Audio Associates, and Manhattan Avenue Hearing Aids. She has gained experience in all areas of audiology including audiological testing, hearing aid evalautions and fittings, tinnitus evaluations and management, auditory brainstem response testing (ABR), videonystamography (VNG), counseling and aural rehabilitation. Throughout her clinical experiences, Dr. Lewery has worked with all age groups, including infants, children, adults, and the special needs population. She completed her audiological residency at SUNY Downstate Medical Center.

Dr. Lewery is affiliated with Mount Sinai Hospital working alongside ENTs Dr. Sam Huh, M.D. and Dr. Zan Mra, M.D.

Additionally, Dr. Lewery is a New York State registered hearing aid dispenser, a member of the American Speech Language Hearing Association, a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology and a member of the Academy of Doctors of Audiology.




Meet Dr. Alexandra Lewery - Schedule Your Complimentary New Patient Appointment Today

If you’re ready to get back to enjoying the sounds of the world around you, click here or call (516) 464-7148 to request your Complimentary New Patient Screening. Your no-obligation appointment includes a free hearing screening, a review of your medical history, an in-depth discussion of your hearing loss concerns and goals, and an explanation of our process.

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