Making the Connection

Making the Connection

Hearing aids are not just hearing aids anymore. They are more than those things that used to squeal in your grandparent’s ears. Hearing aids get smaller, yet smarter and more powerful every year. The advancements in hearing aids over the years have gone from analog to...
Listen to Your Heart

Listen to Your Heart

Almost 50% of couples attribute good communication to the success of their relationship. Good communication between spouses and friends relies on communication strategies used to portray information and hearing healthcare to listen. Listening in many ways is more...
Why do my ears pop?

Why do my ears pop?

The auditory system is made up of three sections. The first is the Outer Ear which consists of the ear canal and the pinna which is the part that can be seen on the side of the head. The Middle ear consists of the eardrum, 3 bones (malleus, incus and stapes), tendons...
Can you repeat that?

Can you repeat that?

Hearing loss can greatly affect one’s ability to participate in conversations, especially in noisy environments. Using good communication strategies is key to helping those with hearing loss hear conversations accurately. First, use clear speech when talking to...
Music To My Ears

Music To My Ears

Understanding speech in a noisy environment is always a challenge.  The ability to successfully understand speech in noise is dependent on cognitive abilities and how well the brain processes sound. Advanced hearing aid technology can help with those two processes,...