Tinnitus is also known as a ringing, buzzing, humming or other similar sound that some patients can hear in their ears. It affects nearly 50 million Americans and can be very disabling. These sounds are not real sounds but can appear to be very real to the people who suffer from this condition. Baby boomers […]
Recent Graduate – Rhett Fogt Rhett graduated from Jackson Center High School in May. Hearing Professionals’ own, Jolene Fogt and husband Bruce, could not be happier. Jolene’s smile says it all…..”we have the house to ourselves!”. In all fairness, Jolene and Bruce are very proud of Rhett. Daughter, Gabby, graduated in 2015. Congratulations […]
Good morning everyone. Tricia Schmiesing here. I had a great time in Charlotte, NC for the Oticon conference this weekend. I got to meet a lot of great people in the hearing industry from all over the country. Would you believe while I was there the Taste of Charlotte festival was going […]
Hearing aids are often an essential way for those with hearing loss to communicate with those around them. Many have what is known as automatic volume control. This is often a useful option, but it has its drawbacks that are important to understanding. What Is This Option? Hearing aids typically have some form of volume […]
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