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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

Giving the Gift of Hearing Never Gets Old

By Maggie Page I have had the privilege of helping people hear every day for over 19 years and it has become my passion. The path to better hearing can be traveled by so many individuals who are wanting to be part of the conversation, become less isolated and enjoy the everyday sounds of life.

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

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

Fall 2018 Hearing Aid Releases

"Should I wait to get a new hearing aid? Is something better going to be released soon?" I get asked this question all the time. The answer is yes and no. Yes, there is always something new around the corner. That is the nature of progress, but if you are always waiting then you will

Mild Hearing Loss is Not Like Mild Salsa

Mild salsa... The word “mild” can take on a meaning of its own when thinking about “mild temperatures” or “mild salsa”. But when it comes to a mild hearing loss there is nothing mild about it. A hearing loss is a partial or total inability to hear. We often hear of people accepting a mild

“Everyone deserves to hear the birds singing”- Carlton’s Story

Patient of the Month: Carlton Morris We have had the honor and privilege of getting to know Mr. Carlton Morris. Carlton was born in Lexington, NC.  He has a love of life that is contagious. Carlton enjoys bowling, country music and loves Gymnastics. Carlton has won dozens of gold medals in the Special Olympics and

The Best Decision I’ve Ever Made – Susan’s Story

Susan's favorite sound! Susan Bogarad grew up in Northern West Virginia in a small town called Weirton. She has been a Registered Nurse for 35 years, a career she views as more of her passion rather than work. She enjoys reading, crocheting and being physically active.  Susan loves spending time with her family

Hearing Gives Me Confidence – Gloria’s Story

Gloria Clark, Wilmington, NC Gloria Clark grew up in little Aberdeen, North Carolina.  She moved to Charlotte in 1957 and later graduated from UNCC to become a teacher for CMS in elementary education.  Her talents were luckily shared in the public school system for 30 years and then invested for another 11 years

Addicted to Hearing – Rob’s Story

Rob Kreisher is full of life and most recently, "addicted to hearing".  If you ask him, he will tell you that he enjoys people and loves to entertain.  He grew up in Washington, NC, which he points out is known as the Original Washington.  Rob’s journey to better hearing began two months ago but it