When Was The Last Time That You Had Your Hearing Tested?
We all regularly have yearly physicians, regular dental appointments, and annual blood pressure tests, yet hardly any of us regularly test our hearing.
One of our biggest frustrations as hearing care professionals is that we often spend far too much of our time caring for people when it’s too late – with studies suggesting that the average person waits seven years from noticing first signs of a hearing loss to having their first hearing test, their level of hearing loss gradually worsens throughout this period.
But if they would have acted on the first signs of hearing loss and had their hearing tested right away, we could have done something about it and helped.
We’re living in a world that is becoming increasingly nosier – from being exposed to louder music through headphones than ever before to sporting events and hobbies – as a result, a new report from the National Institute of Deafness and other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) approximates that 28.8 million adults in the United States have some type of hearing loss.
If you believe that you or a loved one are experiencing signs of hearing loss, whether struggling to hear conversations in noisy environments or needing to have the television louder than those around you, then be sure to schedule a hearing test as soon as possible.
Please ensure you do not fall into the statistic of waiting years to act on your hearing loss. Call us today at 432-689-2220.
Are you ready to take your first step and schedule your hearing assessment?
What Previous Patients Have Said:
“It was not the easiest decision to admit that I needed hearing aids, but after a good hard cry and with the support of my family, I made my appointment. Dr. Price was just WONDERFUL – so patient and kind! And he truly LISTENED to my concerns! From the hearing tests to understanding my results to deciding to get my hearing aids – Dr. Price walked me through every step of the process. The office staff is wonderful, and I am just SO glad that I found their ad in the newspaper and called them! Something that was such a worry turned into a warm and happy experience!! I LOVE my “new” ears!!!”
When I learned that I would lose all hearing in one ear due to a brain tumor, Sally adjusted my current hearing aid to compensate immediately. The next few months we had to wait for technology to catch up to my need. The first system we tried did not work out, but as soon as Sally heard about a new one, she contacted me to try it and we have never looked back.
When I awoke one day unable to hear much of anything, Sally got me in to see an Ear, Nose, Throat doctor ASAP. All About Hearing staff have always gone above and beyond for me. I wouldn’t use any place else.
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