Hearing Health Blog
Family Audiology will be closed Friday, July 3rd in observance of Independence Day. Wishing you a safe and happy holiday.
Face masks are now required in many public places to help prevent the spread of coronavirus, but for people with hearing aids this may be easier said than done. Here are a couple tips to help. Remove your mask carefully. An obvious statement, but a good reminder. The real estate behind your ear is highly valuable with your hearing aids, mask,
We have fully reopened and are now available for all in-office visits. You can schedule your appointment through Brenda at the front desk 972-339-2655 or online www.familyaud.com/schedule-now We will continue our COVID-19 safety procedures to ensure the good health of all our patients.
There is no way you missed it! A Texas spring is a lot of things, but subtle is not one of them. I hope you all were able to enjoy the soothing rains and warmer temps and avoid the hail storms, wind gusts, and general weather related chaos. Before the graduations and Mother’s Day celebrations begin, many of us will
Last week’s blog on trouble shooting brought up a couple of questions wax filters. They may not be the most glamorous component of your hearing aids, but they certainly have the power to completely shut down the functionality of your devices. Even a partially clogged filter can greatly reduce volume and impact sound quality. Click here for a refresher course on how to
You’ve just got your new hearing aids and life has been so amazing now that you are saying “what?” far less. Your spouse is happier, your kids are happier. Or, you’ve been wearing hearing aids for a while and have been humming right along with them until…. ….they stop working. The timing is terrible, too, isn’t it? You’ve got that
I saw a patient earlier this week that inspired me to create this video as a future resource for you. She originally came in before the holidays to have wax removed and was already in the need of a “Spring Cleaning”. I asked her, "How are you using these eardrops?" There is definitely a RIGHT way and a WRONG way