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Some of our patients have been kind enough to share their story of achieving better hearing to help others have confidence that it is possible for them too. Read more testimonials.
It was so good to see you again today. I put off updating my hearing aids much too long and my wife really put her foot down about doing something-NOW.
Getting accustomed to the new devices is going to be exciting, and I can already tell you something I discovered that is really impressive.
After supper I got on my old Airdyne exercise bike in the basement to do my daily workout. I always watch the TV news while I ride, but when I started to pedal hard I realized that the chain noise was so loud I couldn’t hear the TV at all. Thinking I would need to try to make some kind of adjustment later I just kept pedaling, but then I got a huge surprise. After twenty seconds of hearing all that chain noise it suddenly seemed that the hearing aid stopped working. It took a moment to realize that I could clearly understand every word coming from the TV and it was only the noise from the chain that was gone, almost entirely.
After going on for about ten minutes I decided to stop exercising and see what happened. It took about fifteen seconds for the hearing aids to settle back into the original configuration as before. I started to pedal again to watch closely what was happening. Here is the really peculiar part. This change came exactly as the first time but I noticed that the change happened at first only on the right side, but once the correction was fully made only then did the left side suddenly update to the same setting as the right side.
It seems that these devices take sound samples and see that the chain noise is a continuous sound, not modulating up and down as you would have in speech or music. It apparently is found to be a junk sound and is then blocked. What an extraordinary piece of technology this is!
You people are the best!
I have been with Molly for years. She always makes me feel like I am her only patient. She works until the hearing aids work the best for me! It makes wearing hearing aids almost a pleasure because she works until I can hear normally!
Dr. Parker has been very helpful. She makes one feel appreciated for doing business with her.
I started with Molly when she was at Five Points. She is a doctor you can have complete faith in her skills. A big plus is she and her staff are so pleasant. I wouldn’t go anywhere else.
Since my visit to Parker Audiology my life has improved greatly. My new hearing aids have not only greatly benefited me, but also my friends and family, especially my wife. Thank you Dr. Meinecke and the Parker Audiology staff!
I have enjoyed hearing improvement. All the new things Dr. Molly has tried have really been helpful. Makes being around people more enjoyable.
I have never been so pleased with my choice from Starkey. I hear better than I have for years. No feedback; they cancel a lot of loud noises to a minimum.
My experience with Parker Audiology has been so positive. Dr. Parker and the staff are always helpful and so concerned, and help with my hearing issues.
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