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I Have Arthritis, How Can I Handle a Hearing Aid?

I Have Arthritis, How Can I Handle a Hearing Aid?

Too often patients who have a hearing loss and arthritis are afraid that their arthritis will prevent them from being able to handle a hearing aid.  Rest assured, we have many patients with multiple health problems that create dexterity issues including arthritis....

Dining Out With a Hearing Loss

Dining Out With a Hearing Loss

One of the more challenging listening situations for individuals with hearing loss is communicating in a restaurant. Even the most elegant restaurants tend to be on the noisy side. Conversations are occurring around you, dishes and silverware are clanging, and music...

10 Signs That It’s Time to Get a Hearing Test

10 Signs That It’s Time to Get a Hearing Test

If you’re reading this post, in all likelihood either you already know you need hearing aids or you know someone who needs hearing aids.  Either way, here’s a list of 10 signs that you or they have enough of a problem to a least get a hearing test.  These signs are...

Warm Weather Tips for Hearing Aid Users

Warm Weather Tips for Hearing Aid Users

Warmer weather is coming.  Warmer weather also brings heat, humidity and air conditioning all of which can wreak havoc on hearing aids.  Moisture collects in tubing; corrosion forms on contact points and ears may produce more wax. Moisture/Water Water is a serious...

Should You Buy Your Hearing Aids Online?

Should You Buy Your Hearing Aids Online?

Recently, I had the unfortunate experience of trying to explain to a nice, but rather impatient person what was wrong with my computer over the phone.  I’m sure my attempt to explain the problem did not help him to better understand the problem, frustrating both of...

5 Common Misconceptions About Hearing Loss

5 Common Misconceptions About Hearing Loss

A misconception is a view or opinion that is incorrect because it is based on faulty thinking or facts that are incorrect.  A hearing loss can be an invisible disability which only adds to the confusion.  The problem with misconceptions is that they usually only...

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