Take Care of Your Ears

Take Care of Your Ears

You take care of your eyes and teeth. Do you take care of your ears? Most of us visit an Optometrist and Dentist on a regular basis for preventive care. Most people don’t see an Audiologist until there’s a problem. And sometimes it is too late. Hearing...
Connecting With Your Audiologist

Connecting With Your Audiologist

As we shelter in place, there are challenges to get even the simplest tasks done. The one thing to  remember is that if you need help with your hearing aids, call your Audiologist. Even though we  are not physically in the office, most issues can be resolved...
How It Feels to Have a Hearing Loss

How It Feels to Have a Hearing Loss

The experience of being home has certainly changed the way we live and the way we  communicate. Socializing is now done at a distance and is limited at best. Modern technology  has provided us with the ability to communicate virtually. This wonderful...
It’s Music to My Ears

It’s Music to My Ears

Now more than ever, it’s important to focus on maintaining good health. Adding music to your  life is one way to lessen everyday worries. Did you know that playing an instrument, listening to  music, and singing can have positive health benefits?...
Wax Removal. Can I Do It Myself?

Wax Removal. Can I Do It Myself?

Ear wax, otherwise known as cerumen, is naturally produced for three reasons. First is to lubricateĀ  the delicate tissue in the ear canal from drying out. Second is to protect from foreign bodies andĀ  infection. Lastly, wax protects your eardrum from outside...
Wearing a Mask with Hearing Aids

Wearing a Mask with Hearing Aids

Behind the ear hearing aids can pose a greater risk for loss. Removing glasses, flipping off a hat  or hood, or removing a scarf are examples of how hearing aids can go flying off the ear. An  active adult or child may forget to check that the hearing aid is...