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The Bracket to Hear Better and Feel Better

By Maggie Page, HIS You don't have to be a basketball fan to participate in our March Madness Bracket: Hear Better and Feel Better! Bracket Number One: Hear Better Hearing loss is the third most common chronic physical condition in the United States according to the Centers for Disease Control. The good news is that

By |2019-03-03T21:51:00-04:00March 3rd, 2019|Hearing Loss|0 Comments

What Is Normal Hearing?

                                                                  What is Normal Hearing? What is the range of normal hearing? The definition of normal hearing is very clear, though I

By |2019-03-03T21:53:53-04:00February 12th, 2019|Hearing Loss|0 Comments

Heart Health Starts Hear

By Maggie Page, HIS We all know that the knee bone is connected to the thigh bone.  But did you know that the heart is connected to the ear? It is American Heart Month, which is the perfect time to learn about this connection.      Is heart health really connected to hearing loss? There

By |2019-02-05T00:04:37-04:00February 1st, 2019|Levine Hearing Events|6 Comments

Grateful to Hear

Every year I comment on how fast the days, weeks and months are going by.  This year was no exception. 2018 seemed to move along at a very fast pace.  I am so grateful for the opportunity I have had to serve you and help so many enjoy the sounds of everyday life.   This year

By |2018-12-02T22:52:50-04:00November 1st, 2018|Levine Hearing Events|13 Comments

Get a Free “Second Look”

 If you already wear hearing aids but are unsure if they are performing optimally, I am happy to take a "second look" for free. I usually charge $65 to adjust aids that were purchased elsewhere, but I will be waiving that fee for now. One of the perks of seeing an independent office is

By |2019-01-29T14:01:58-04:00September 27th, 2018|Levine Hearing Events|0 Comments

CHANGE YOUR FILTER

  CHANGE YOUR FILTER! Check out the FAQ that I receive below: What is a filter, you ask? Watch the video above for an in-depth tutorial. Basically, a filter is a little cap at the end of your hearing aid (where the sound comes out), that catches wax and debris, to keep it from working

By |2019-01-29T14:00:16-04:00September 11th, 2018|First Time User, Hearing Loss|0 Comments