Hearing Aids

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 safely clean the more delicate areas of hearing…

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Free Lunch & Learn in Fort Lupton

Join us for a free, educational seminar discussing hearing health on Tuesday, July 24th Presented by Michelle Gross with Columbine Hearing and guest speaker Dr. Barbara J. Madden, this educational seminar will examine hearing health, hearing loss and how today’s hearing instruments could help you improve your quality of life with better hearing. Various brands of hearing aids will be available…

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The Top Five Things to Consider when Purchasing Hearing Aids

Evolving technology within the hearing industry has allowed us to make remarkable changes and improvements to hearing solutions over the years. From traditional, analog instruments to more advanced devices, today’s hearing aids can offer benefits for your unique hearing loss needs. Aside from price, here are our top five recommendations for things to consider when…

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Sensorineural Hearing Loss & the Common Causes

Hearing loss caused by damage to the inner ear or to the nerve pathway from the inner ear to the brain is referred to as sensorineural hearing loss. Over 90% of all hearing loss can be attributed to this with over 200,000 cases in the United States per year. It is considered a chronic hearing…

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Tips for Exercising with Hearing Aids

Exercising with Hearing Aids

Everyday routines like exercising can cause a bit of anxiety when you first start wearing hearing aids. Don’t let it become an excuse to skip the gym or not join a local rec team sport. Here’s how to keep your hearing aids in shape while you keep yourself in shape. Keep Your Hearing Aids Dry…

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