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Charitable efforts are often highlighted during the holiday season, but at Audio Help Hearing Centers, we make giving back a year-long mission.
Here’s a look at several of the programs our audiologists and staff have led to help local and global communities over the years.
Are you looking for a hearing aid that’s discreet but powerful? Are you sick of your current devices getting dislodged by glasses and mask straps? Then it might be time to consider investing in a pair of in-the-ear (ITE) hearing aids.
You’ve taken a big step toward improving your hearing health, and we congratulate you!
Hearing aids allow you to hear conversations with your spouse, grandkids’ giggles and group chatter around the dinner table. While it’s wonderful to be able to hear again, all those sounds can be overwhelming. Here are some tips to help you get acquainted with your hearing aids.
Your ears are responsible for more than listening and sending audio signals to your brain. The vestibular structures in your inner ear also contribute to your balance control.
What is a Balance Disorder?
It’s a condition that makes you feel dizzy or unsteady while standing, sitting or lying down. Your balance is collectively controlled by your vision, muscles, joints and inner ears. The two parts of your inner ear – the cochlea and vestibular system – are responsible for helping you maintain your spatial awareness.
Given the ongoing concerns of COVID-19, we wanted to share a few updates on precautions we are taking. The health and wellness of our patients and employees is our first priority. Your team at Audio Help is here and working to ensure you receive the care you need in a timely manner. We are increasing our vigilance in the offices, and are offering remote care, house calls, phone, and video conferencing appointment. Please chat, or call the office for assistance.
We are increasing our vigilance in the offices and are offering remote care, house calls and phone and video appointments.