Your Hearing Health Care Team

April 24, 2018 • Newsletter, Spring 2018

Good hearing health care is based on teamwork — the partnership between you and us, your hearing health care provider.

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Your Healthy Hearing Check-up

April 10, 2018 • Newsletter, Spring 2018

Regular hearing health check-ups are an important pare of good hearing health care.

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Does Medicare pay for hearing aids?

April 1, 2018 • Ask the Audiologists, Newsletter

Although several bills have been filed to mandate financial coverage for hearing aids through Medicare, the answer remains “No”.

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Slow Down, You Talk Too Fast

March 27, 2018 • Newsletter, Spring 2018

Difficulty understanding rapid speech is one of the most common hearing complaints of older adults—including those with normal hearing.

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Sound Reasoning

March 25, 2018 • In The News, News

Bankoski Chunyk said she first became intrigued by the broad field of audiology when she developed an interest in sign language when she was in high school.

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Can surgery restore my hearing?

March 1, 2018 • Ask the Audiologists, Newsletter

For adults with hearing loss, only about 5% can be treated with ear surgery. However, surgical procedures are available, depending on the type and degree of hearing loss. Although Audiologists are not medical doctors, we are trained to provide a thorough diagnostic hearing evaluation. Based on the test results, we will advise you of your […]

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Changing hearing aid batteries is a nuisance. Is there another option?

February 1, 2018 • Ask the Audiologists, Newsletter

This offers you the convenience of placing your hearing aids into a charging unit at bedtime and receiving a full day of hearing aid use!

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FAQ’s about Hearing and Hearing Aids

January 24, 2018 • Newsletter, Winter 2018

Let your ears and your brain develop the habit of hearing as well as possible full-time by using your hearing aids full-time.

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Depression, Social Isolation, and Untreated Hearing Loss

January 16, 2018 • Newsletter, Winter 2018

For individuals older than 60 years, more than one third of the risk of dementia was associated with hearing loss.

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Check Your Smoke Alarm

January 8, 2018 • Newsletter, Winter 2018

The typical smoke alarm produces a high-pitched tone, which is the pitch where most people with hearing loss have the greatest loss of hearing.

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