There is a wide assortment of styles and technologies available in hearing aids today. The type that is most suitable for you is determined by your degree of hearing loss and your lifestyle. After a complete hearing test, you and your hearing health care provider will discuss the various options that would work the best for you.

The Vital Link Between Hearing Health and Cognitive Wellness

At the Hearing Clinic Group, we're committed to not just enhancing your hearing, but also to educating our community about the broader implications of hearing loss. Recent studies underscore a crucial connection between hearing health and cognitive function, shedding light on why addressing hearing loss is more important than ever. Research published in the Alzheimer's [...] Read More

Understanding Hearing Health in the Age of Advanced Technology

At the Hearing Clinic Group, we're facing new challenges due to the impact of modern technology on hearing health. The rise in exposure to high-intensity sounds, both from daily activities and technological advancements, has increased the risks to our auditory well-being. Key Points to Consider:1. Everyday SoundsRegular exposure to everyday noises, such as household appliances [...] Read More

Quick and Reliable Hearing Aid Adjustments and Repairs

Is your hearing aid not performing as expected? At our clinics, we understand the challenges of malfunctioning hearing aids and offer comprehensive services to address them. We are committed to regular maintenance to ensure optimal hearing quality and to keep your device functioning at its best. Expert Care for Your Hearing AidRegardless of where you [...] Read More

Exploring the Value of Custom-Fit Earplugs for Musicians and Beyond

Musicians often face a dilemma: playing music loud enough for audiences to enjoy while protecting their own hearing from the high decibel levels. This is where custom-fit earplugs become essential. These specialized devices are crucial for safeguarding musicians from hearing impairments such as tinnitus and general hearing loss. Why Custom Earplugs MatterTailored specifically for each [...] Read More

RIC Hearing Aids: Your Path to Enhanced Hearing and Comfort

In a world where hearing is a precious gift, the pursuit of effective solutions tailored to the needs of those experiencing hearing loss becomes increasingly vital. For individuals facing the challenges of hearing impairment, Receiver-in-Canal (RIC) hearing aids may provide the gateway to a more distinct and comfortable auditory experience. Delving into RIC Hearing AidsUnderstanding [...] Read More

Getting Comfortable with Hearing Aids: 6 Vital Tips

Adjusting to life with hearing aids can be quite a change. These devices open up a world of sound that you might not have experienced in a while. But fret not; we're here to make this transition smoother. In this blog post, we'll guide you through six straightforward ways to help you adapt to your [...] Read More

Andrew’s Story: Rediscovering the Joy of Sound with Signia Technology

Meet Andrew, a remarkable individual whose love for live shows once filled his life with joy. A Comprehensive Hearing Assessment: Understanding Andrew's Unique Hearing SituationThe first step was a comprehensive hearing assessment, where advanced techniques were used to understand Andrew's unique hearing situation. From evaluating frequency response to examining inner ears for any physical damage, [...] Read More

Reasons for Seeing an Audiologist or Hearing Specialist

Are you experiencing a sudden loss in hearing or worried that your ability to hear may have recently been affected? Before getting hearing aids, you should first visit a hearing care professional such as an audiologist or hearing instrument specialist. They are trained to help identify hearing loss and recommend the most suitable treatment for [...] Read More

Does Shingles Cause Hearing Loss?

Shingles, also known as herpes zoster, is a viral infection that affects nerves and causes a painful rash that can occur anywhere on the body. The virus that causes shingles is the same virus that causes chickenpox (called the varicella-zoster virus). Based on studies, while there is a potential link between shingles and hearing loss, [...] Read More

Why Are My Hearing Aids Whistling?

Hearing aids are wonderful devices that help many of us with hearing loss continue to communicate with the world around us. However, sometimes these devices can produce an unwanted whistling sound. Many clients come to us and ask why their hearing aids are whistling. In general, hearing aids whistle, due to feedback--and there are three [...] Read More
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