Hearing Health Blog
You know, you always hear about doctors who have good bedside manner. But, when was the last time your doctor arrived at your front door and actually helped you by your bedside, not an office examination table? Unless you grew up during Little House on the Prarie times (doubt it) or you are confusing your mom who brings you chicken
Imagine this. You’re up on stage (It can be at a huge concert venue or a small local hangout.) and you’re attempting to sing, but all you can hear is the sound of the crowd echoing in your ears. It makes it difficult when you can't hear the background music, doesn’t it? Well, Ears 4 U, Inc. can solve your
We’ve all experienced it at least once, that annoying ringing in your ears. Most probably, the symptom occurred after you were around a loud noise, like a rock concert, a fireworks show, or a gun range. Luckily, the ringing is usually temporary. But what if it doesn’t go away? Perhaps its time to make an appointment with an ear doctor,
Hey, you finally took charge of your life. Awesome; good for you! No more worrying that you missed important information from a conversation you couldn’t quite hear. No more being the only one at a party who didn’t laugh at a joke because you couldn’t hear the punchline. You finally went to an audiologist and got fitted for hearing aids.
Gone are the days of Granny sitting in a rocking chair, holding an ear trumpet, and saying, “Eh, Sonny. Speak up.” Today’s clients have a choice of hearing aids that either go in-the-ear (ITE), in-the-canal (ITC), completely-in-canal (CIC), or behind-the-ear (BTE). But which product is right for you? Hearing aids are custom made to fit each individual’s ears, delivering an