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With theTelephone Solutions for Hearing Impaired One of the main activities of every day life is making phone calls on the telephone. Hearing on the telephone can be especially difficult for the hearing impaired due to absence of visual cues. One example of a visual...read more
Should I just buy over the counter hearing aids? There’s been a lot of information about over the counter hearing aids becoming available over the counter. Meaning going alone to pickup without any prior professional feedback. Not to mention these are also available...read more
Hidden Hearing Loss Do you have this? It is hearing loss that is not readily detectable by the standard audiogram, or hearing test. Results for pure tones (“push the button when you hear the beep”), and for speech testing in a quiet booth are ‘normal’. People with HHL...read more
Technology – of all sorts – is advancing at an incredible pace and hearing aids are no exception. Nearly every year there are changes in hearing aid features. With such frequent additions and changes it can be difficult to keep track of what they all mean. Some of the...read more
Don’t let your doggie get a hold of your hearing aids… and other helpful tips for hearing aid users... When we fit a patient with new hearing aids, we give them a lot of information on what to expect from the experience upon which they are about to embark....read more
Did you know Diabetes can affect hearing loss? As the prevalence of hearing loss is ever-increasing in today’s society, so is the prevalence of diabetes. According to the American Diabetes Association, “nearly 30 million people in the U.S. have diabetes, and an...read more
Do you think you hear fine in most situations, but struggle to follow conversation at a party, meeting, or at a restaurant? If you feel you've been experiencing this, it might be time to go for noise testing. First let's talk about your hearing... About...read more
Use it or lose it? As we meet with people to develop treatment plans for hearing loss, we are frequently asked this: Does wearing hearing aids create a dependency and actually make the ears ‘lazy’, resulting in greater problems with hearing? No, it doesn't! In...read more
I’m the one who has been diagnosed with a hearing loss. This only affects me, right? Actually, NO. Your hearing loss affects every person around you. Most notably those closest to you, particularly your spouse. We see patients every day who are unaware of how their...read more
Hearing Aid Compatibility with Cell Phones As technology ever-increasingly advances, so does its emergence in the world of communications. Because of these technological improvements, we are now seeing a trend of countless people carrying around personalized cell...read more
FREE GUIDE: 8 Mistakes to Avoid While Shopping for Hearing Aids.
Before you purchase your new hearing aid, be sure to avoid making these common mistakes.