Hey there,

The team really hopes you’re keeping well and managing to enjoy the summer so far.

It’s over halfway through the year now, and it’s usually this point where everyone gets all excited about outdoor events: sporting events, community shows, the list goes on.

The team here at All About Hearing was talking about festivals recently when someone mentioned that the famous Huey Lewis from Huey Lewis and the News has come out about his struggles with Meniere’s disease.

If you’re not aware of what Meniere’s disease is, it’s a rather uncomfortable combination of tinnitus, vertigo, and hearing loss symptoms, which can be debilitating.

Luckily for Huey, he was smart and sought out treatment right away, which could be his savior. (You can read the full article here)

Anyway, whether you’re a fan of the “Power of Love” singer or not, his open discussion about his hearing problems has shone some much-needed light on the topic, which, for a team of audiologists, we couldn’t be happier about.

Couple that with the news at the beginning of the year that American Girl released a doll with a hearing loss, it’s safe to say that the world is opening up and the team is here for it!

So, if you or a loved one has had trouble with your hearing or hearing aids lately, don’t suffer in silence. “Do a Huey” and let us help you sort it out.

Should you wish to make an appointment with us, the team would be delighted to see you, and you can either call (432) 689–2220 or request a callback.

Some Technical Help…

In the video, you’ll get a walk-through guide of how to sync your hearing aid to an iPad or iPhone using the Bluetooth function.

Could This Be Important for You to Share?

Hearing loss affects us all in different ways. But one thing that remains consistent is how much better it is to manage when you know the facts.

Celebrity comments are wonderful. But what really makes a difference is when those who’ve experienced hearing loss feel able to discuss it openly with others who may have concerns.

This is important now as hearing loss is unfortunately on the rise in America.

Due to a myriad of factors, a lot of our nation’s young are badly affected, which means raising awareness about good hearing health practices is crucial.

A hearing test is the first step on the path to better hearing. 

The team also holds events throughout the year to raise awareness, and on July 15th, it will be ‘Cochlear Implant Evaluation Day.’

Attendees will receive an evaluation and a comprehensive assessment with a specialist to see if they’re a candidate for this lifechanging treatment.

If you want to find out more about this or have any concerns about a possible hearing loss,

If you’re concerned or know someone who is, contact the team at All About Hearing.

They’re ready to make a difference to someone’s life today!

Helpful Resources

Curbside Checks and Hearing Aid Adjustments – How we Responded to the Pandemic

From new protocols to a new curbside service launched overnight, here’s how we’ve made every effort to keep you safe through all this madness.

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New Apple iOS 14 Includes a New Feature that Listens for Us

The sound recognition capability could be particularly beneficial to those of us who have a hearing loss as it is programmed to listen on our behalf, to sounds in our immediate environments that we might miss.

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Dr. Sally Miranda

Dr. Sally Miranda

Dr. Miranda was the first doctor of audiology to qualify in Midland, TX, in 2000. She started her career working for a busy ENT practice but soon realized the pressurized environment wasn’t suitable for her, as she felt unable to give her patients the full care and attention she believed they deserved. In 2007, she founded All About Hearing. Since then, Dr. Miranda and her team have helped thousands of local people – from children to grandparents – to better care for their hearing health, through their “family approach” to patient care.