As a hearing care professional, there are tips you can give your clients so they can enjoy the best bits of social gatherings – like what their loved ones are saying.
Hearing care professionals are no stranger to stigma in their daily clinical practice. Researcher Dr. Kevin Seitz-Paquette shares results of a recent literature review highlighting what needs to change during conversations with patients.
Hearing care professionals have control and flexibility when it comes to managing the feedback system in Phonak hearing aids. Here is useful guidance in setting the feedback management system in the best reasonable way, achieving the gain desired for your clients.
International experts provide evidence-based guidance on a holistic, person-centered approach that promotes physical wellness for healthy aging.
Audiologist, Richard Neale, shares how the world of coffee can teach us a few lessons about how we can better meet the hearing needs of our different clients.
Each patient is uniquely impacted by tinnitus. Dr. Ben Thompson shares 2 ways to ensure treatment addresses each patient’s individual needs and preferences.
Dr. Mike Valente shares his experience with OTCs and why he believes integrating these devices in your clinic could lead to increased patient visits and revenue.
Every patient walks into clinic with the common goal of wanting to hear better. It’s our job to help refine those goals to be relevant to real life, actionable and measurable. Here are tips to help you get this critical step right.
With the right workflow and a little charm, a lost or damaged hearing aid is a chance to deepen your client relationships and show your value.
Tinnitus expert, Dr. Ben Thompson, explains how reassurance and education can help you better engage patients in meaningful tinnitus management.
Did you know that hearing loss is nearly twice as prevalent in patients with type 2 diabetes? Researchers, Drs. Emily Urry and Elizabeth Stewart, share research findings looking at the relationship between diabetes and hearing loss.
Audiologist, Dr. Nicole Klutz, shares why 2023 is a unique one for hearing care professionals and how you can use this year to open new doors.