Purchasing hearing aids is the first step to improving your hearing loss, but there is often an adjustment period to go through before becoming accustomed to new sounds in your daily life.
Located in Springfield, MO., Preferred Hearing Care is a member of the Better Business Bureau and the local Chamber of Commerce.
You probably have a lot of questions when it comes to purchasing hearing aids, all of which are going to help you find the perfect device to fit your lifestyle and budget.
National Tinnitus Awareness Week will be celebrated May 19-23, in tandem with Better Speech and Hearing Month.
If you're experiencing hearing loss symptoms, it may be time to visit your audiologist.
Spring cleaning is the best time of the year to begin with a clean slate - literally and figuratively.
Hearing loss manifests in many different ways. Hearing loss comes in all degrees from mild to profound and requires different treatment depending on the severity.
Oticon Medical's latest acquisition, Neurelec, opens up a whole new set of possibilities in cochlear implant technologies.
Researchers at the University of Michigan work to uncover what benefits vitamins and minerals may have in the reversal of noise-induced hearing loss.
Many notable deaf individuals have left their mark on education, sports, music and entertainment.
New research shows exposure to lead and cadmium could contribute to hearing problems.
Depending on a person’s hearing loss and cosmetic desire, there is a style of hearing aid to meet most people’s needs from a custom completely-in-the-canal hearing aid to open-fit hearing aids.
Stress can cause a variety of health problems, including heart disease, obesity, depression, anxiety -- and hearing loss.
Changing the battery (BTE).
Changing the battery (ITE)
A short simple video on how to clean a behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aid.
Cleaning the hearing instrument (ITE).
Placing the hearing instrument (BTE).
Placing the hearing instrument (ITE).
Removing the hearing instrument (BTE).
Removing the hearing instrument (ITE)
Spring cleaning is good for our homes and outdoor spaces, but may be harmful to our hearing health.
Prolonged exposure to excessive noise is responsible for hearing loss in more than 26 million Americans.
Our ears are more than instruments to collect sound. They are also responsible for translating it into electrical impulses for the brain to interpret.