Hearing Loss Resources

The Hearing Place cares about giving you all the information needed to stay informed. That’s why we put together hearing loss resources in one place. You can find out more about hearing loss and its effects by following the links below.

The Hearing Place CoVID-19 Protocol

As concerns about the coronavirus continue to grow, we want to keep you informed about the measures The Hearing Place is taking to safeguard our patients' and employees' health and safety, as well as manage business operations in the event of a local epidemic. Your...

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How to Care for Your Hearing Aids

Hearing aids are certainly an investment but one that is well worth it to improve your quality of life. It is important to have your hearing care provider clean and check your hearing aids and associated devices regularly. At The Hearing Place, our staff is trained to...

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Audiologists: Who They Are and What They Do

Audiologists: Who They Are and What They Do

Audiology, the science of hearing, is an expanding field that has helped people understand how they hear, and why some things (like high or low pitch noises) are harder or easier for them to hear. But what is an audiologist and what do they do?  At The Hearing Place,...

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Ear Wax Blockage and How to Safely Remove It

Ear Wax Blockage and How to Safely Remove It

In modest amounts, earwax, something many of us would rather avoid, is actually rather important. It's a natural cleanser since it flows outward from the ear canal, collecting dead skin cells, hair, and debris. However, the feeling of an ear wax blockage is not only...

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Hearing Aid Chargers vs Batteries

What are the differences between a hearing aid charger or hearing aid batteries?  Hearing aids can be life-changing, but they don't help if they don't have the battery power they need to keep up with your busy life. Some hearing aids require batteries, and others use...

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The Hearing Place, Trusted by the Experts

As Greeley’s premier private practice audiology clinic with over 30 years of experience, we are honored to be endorsed by Dr. Robert Traynor – former owner and audiology practitioner of Audiology Associates of Greeley, Inc. for more than 40 years. Retired from...

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How to Care for Your Hearing Aids in the Cold Weather

Today’s hearing aids are designed to keep you doing what you love, but there are some environmental factors that might affect their functioning. Cold weather is one of those factors! It can cause some minor issues with your hearing aids, but they can all be cared for...

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Experience Better Hearing on Your Terms

Did you know that 38.2 million Americans suffer from some degree of hearing loss? This doesn’t include the millions of family members and loved ones who are also affected. Hearing loss affects everything from family game night to holidays and everything in between....

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What to Consider When Choosing a Hearing Aid

Once your hearing loss has been diagnosed and amplification has been recommended by your audiologist, it is time to start the process of choosing a hearing aid. There are several styles to choose from, and you will need the advice of your hearing care provider to make...

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Types of Hearing Aids, Cost and Service Questions to Ask

Put simply, there are two types of traditional hearing aids – in the ear (custom) and behind the ear. The decision between these two types can be based on the factors listed above especially cosmetics, hearing loss severity and features. Keep in mind that hearing aid...

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How to Help Hearing Loss Exhaustion

Life can be tiring, especially with hearing loss. What is hearing loss exhaustion? Hearing loss exhaustion can also be referred to as listening fatigue. Most people would say we hear with our ears but really we hear with our ears AND our brains. This “team” of our...

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