If you’re noticing you don’t hear as well as you once did, chances are, you’ve been experiencing a certain level of hearing loss for quite some time. That’s one of the frustrating aspects of hearing loss – it’s gradual. Which means, in most cases, your hearing continues to worsen each day until it slowly reaches a tipping point.
Until the volume on your television is louder than it should be.
Until you miss key words, then entire phrases, within the context of your daily conversations.
Or until the thought of going to dinner with family and friends no longer seems appetizing. We know. Our patients have told us restaurants present a unique set of challenges for those with hearing loss. So, rest assured, you are not alone.
At some point, most everyone with hearing loss recognizes their hearing will never improve without help from a hearing health professional. The fact that you are reading this blog indicates you are interested in learning more about hearing loss and, more importantly, how to correct it.
You’ve taken the most important step by acknowledging the fact that you have hearing loss. And there’s more good news, because the next step is easier than you think. We’re here to answer all of your questions and provide you with the information you need to make the decisions that are right for you.
As one of the area’s leading audiology practices, we have the expertise and resources to not only effectively diagnose and treat your hearing loss, but to do it in such a way that makes you comfortable. Like all medical specialties, technology has greatly advanced the field of audiology. Today’s hearing solutions are vastly different than they were only a short time ago.To learn more about all the possibilities available to help you hear again, please visit our resources page. We have helped thousands of people who were experiencing the same uncertainty you’re feeling now. And we can help you, too.