Treating hearing loss is not always a quick fix

Treating hearing loss is not always a quick fix
Putting on a pair of hearing aids is not like putting on a pair of eyeglasses. Most people expect that hearing aids will allow them to hear the way they did in their youth. It doesn’t work that way. Correcting hearing can be complicated and requires the skill of an Audiologist who is artful in... Read more »

Anyone unhappy with the way they are hearing?

Anyone unhappy with the way they are hearing?
We all know that one person who struggles with their hearing. It doesn’t have to be that way. If you think of someone who is dissatisfied with the way they are hearing, an Audiologist can change that. It doesn’t matter where the hearing aids were purchased or if hearing was evaluated at another clinic. Making... Read more »

My hearing aid is dead

One of the most common calls we get is when a hearing aid stops working. For many of our patients, a dead hearing aid is much more than an inconvenience. Thankfully most of the time, a non functioning hearing aid can be revived. Here are some of the most common problems we encounter and some... Read more »
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When Hearing Aids Aren't Enough

When Hearing Aids Aren't Enough
Patients enter our practice when they notice that something has changed with their hearing and the treatment of choice is commonly the fitting of hearing aids. Each of us have unique challenges, some which require more assistance than the hearing aids are capable of providing. Even with the best fit of hearing aids, there will... Read more »

It's Music to My Ears

It's Music to My Ears
Now more than ever, it’s important to put focus on maintaining good health. Adding music to your life is one way to lessen the everyday worries. Did you know that playing an instrument, listening to music and singing can have positive health benefits? Listening to music can help reduce anxiety and has shown to lower... Read more »

Interview Your Provider

Interview Your Provider
As with any health care provider, make certain that when you schedule an appointment to see an Audiologist, that you are at ease with the practice and provider you choose. It is a personal relationship that can last a lifetime and it’s important to feel comfortable where you go for care. It also helps to... Read more »
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Listening vs Hearing

Listening vs Hearing
We hear with our ears, but how we understand happens at the level of the brain. Research has proven that hearing loss causes changes to the brain. And not in a good way. As an Audiologist, maintaining normal brain function is the most important reason to treat the mildest of hearing losses with hearing aids.... Read more »

It's No Secret. Better Hearing Has Positive Benefits.

It's No Secret. Better Hearing Has Positive Benefits.
Most of us wait too many years before we decide that it is time to take charge and do something about our hearing. Changes to hearing can happen very gradually. Most often we are the last ones to realize that there is something that needs to be done. The good news is that when steps... Read more »

As Always, One Patient at a Time

As Always, One Patient at a Time
Reopening a business that has revolving door of opportunities will certainly operate at a different pace. Starting this week, we will allow one masked person to enter at a time. I’m proud to say that even though we operated without any direct physical contact since mid March, we took care of what was important; our... Read more »
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Learning to Say No with a Yes

Learning to Say No with a Yes
Saying no to a patient, is certainly one of the most difficult things for us, as hearing health care providers to do. At our practice, the answer is always a resounding, yes! No matter what. We personally accommodate individual needs and agendas by squeezing patients in to fit their schedules. We stay late, we start... Read more »