Blog Posts tagged with: hearing test

Test Your Knowledge

How much do you know about your ears and hearing health? Take the quiz to find out! 1. The unit used to describe the volume of sound is the _________. 2. When listened to for 8 hours or more, sound at this level can damage your hearing. 3. The frequency, or pitch, of a sound … Continue reading Test Your Knowledge

What Rhymes with Ear?

March is always a tough month to feel motivated, so we wanted to have a bit of fun and write a poem with some helpful facts about hearing health! When we think of how we hear, We think about our ears. And often when we’re struggling, We brush it off for years. But hearing health … Continue reading What Rhymes with Ear?

Hearing Well This Festive Season

The festive season is in full swing, and for the team at The Hearing Specialists, that means helping our patients communicate and celebrate with their families during this special time. With parties, family dinners and lots of Bing Crosby playing in the background, your hearing system is really put to the test. These environments are … Continue reading Hearing Well This Festive Season

Listening Fatigue

Hearing loss is more than just not being able to hear what someone is saying or not hearing environmental sounds. We hear with our brain and as a result we use several areas of the brain during a simple conversation. A hard of hearing person has to think, concentrate and work much harder than a … Continue reading Listening Fatigue

Referral Program

A referral is one of the biggest compliments from our patients. The best way for our practice to continue to grow is through the referrals we receive from our satisfied clients. If you know someone who needs a hearing evaluation, tinnitus assessment, custom hearing protection, or a hearing aid assessment refer them to us and … Continue reading Referral Program

I Don’t Have a Hearing Loss, Why do I Need an Audiologist? Part 1 – Custom Noise Protection

You should not wait until you have a hearing loss to get your hearing tested. By being proactive and having your hearing tested routinely, we can establish a baseline to use as a reference if you notice a change in the future. As with all aspects of health care, prevention and early detection of hearing … Continue reading I Don’t Have a Hearing Loss, Why do I Need an Audiologist? Part 1 – Custom Noise Protection