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Your Hearing

Hearing Loss Treatment in Longmont Colorado

Your Hearing

Hearing Loss Treatment in Longmont Colorado

The first step to better hearing is to obtain a diagnostic hearing evaluation. Through this comprehensive testing, our audiologist is able to make medical and rehabilitative recommendations. We can assess your individual communication needs and make specific recommendations to improve the quality of your hearing and the quality of your life!

Our Audiologist believes that every person, regardless of age, should benefit from the best hearing possible.  We believe you are entitled to products, services and counseling to help you function more effectively in social, educational and occupational environments.

Effects Of Untreated Hearing Loss

Many people put off getting help for their hearing loss because they think it’s insignificant – something they can deal with by simply turning the TV louder or asking friends to repeat themselves. But research has linked untreated hearing loss to significant issues such as:

  • Irritability, negativism and anger
  • Fatigue, tension, stress and depression
  • Avoidance or withdrawal from social situations
  • Social rejection and loneliness
  • Reduced alertness and increased risk to personal safety
  • Impaired memory and ability to learn new tasks
  • Reduced job performance and earning power
  • Diminished psychological and overall health
    *Information from betterhearing.org

You Are Not Alone

Did you know that hearing loss affects one in every 10 Americans? The good news is that today, with the latest advances in hearing aid technology, most forms of hearing loss can be successfully treated.

  • Only one in five people who could benefit from a hearing aid wears one
  • 10 million Americans have suffered noise-induced hearing loss
  • Hearing decline starts as early as 40 years of age
  • 65% of people with hearing loss are below retirement age

The Solution Is Simple

Communication is critical in life. Your job and social interactions are all more rewarding when you can communicate confidently – and hearing is vital to that. Research shows that people who get hearing aids benefit from:

  • Fewer instances of confusion and disorientation
  • Increased ability to concentrate and multitask
  • Better memory skills and a greater ability to learn new tasks
  • Alertness and awareness of their personal safety
  • Increased earning power and more control over their lives

Call us today to make an appointment (303) 776-7770