While it’s a common question, there are many factors to consider when upgrading to new hearing devices. That’s why we’ve put together this list of factors to help you decide if you should update your current hearing aids. Continue reading When Should I Update My Hearing Aids?
The 4-day series, put on by the Senior Coalition of Solano County, featured engaging, highly-skilled local physicians and other medical specialists that discussed ways to manage health, fielded questions and included interactive activities that complemented the discussion.
This award-winning educational program has been said to change people’s behaviors and lives by allowing them to take power and control of their health and by teaching them how to age with vitality. Continue reading Hearing & Aging With Vitality
Hearing loss is a common health problem amongst Americans. In fact, 48 million people experience some level of hearing loss in the U.S. alone. That is why the American Speech-Language Hearing Association has dedicated the month of May as Better Hearing and Speech Month, in order to raise awareness of hearing loss.
Untreated hearing loss may seem like an inconvenience, but it has been linked to a number of other health problems including depression, dementia, and Alzheimer’s disease. That is why audiologists urge people to see a hearing specialist right away if they are experiencing any level of hearing loss. Continue reading Better Hearing Month Spotlights Hearing Loss
This past February, the team from Creekside Hearing Aid Service traveled from coast to coast to attend the 2017 AHAA Convention in Orlando, Florida.
The conference is held every year to give hearing care providers a better understanding of the issues in the industry and to give recommendations on how to better serve patients.
Vision 2020 was the overall theme for the conference, and many of the seminars and workshops focused on planning ahead for the future. With technology and trends rapidly changing and developing, Creekside understands how important it is to stay ahead of the curve.
From learning about optimizing patient care, improving practice efficiency and making the offices more patient-friendly, Creekside returned with valuable insight to grow and improve. Continue reading Creekside Attends Hearing Health Conference
The readers of The Daily Republic voted Creekside Hearing the “Best Hearing Center,” for 2017 in the 25th annual Reader’s Choice edition. A few months ago, Creekside was also voted the “#1 Hearing Aid Specialist’ for the eighth year in a row, from the readers of The Reporter.
The quality and care during all our interactions with patients, from the initial appointment to a simple hearing aid cleaning; can be coined, the best care. But what exactly makes Creekside Hearing Aid Service the best?
The readers of The Reporter have spoken and voted Creekside Hearing Aid Service in Vacaville, CA, the Best Hearing Aid Specialist of Solano County for 2016! This marks the eighth consecutive year Creekside Hearing has been recognized with the reader’s choice award.
“We are honored to be selected as the premier hearing provider in the area,” says the staff at Creekside. “It’s humbling to know that we’re respected in our field and enjoy an excellent reputation in our community.”
Creekside Hearing Aid Service creates a successful practice by providing personalized care based on individual needs. We take the time to listen to those needs and create a specific solution for each patient.
Creekside Hearing Aid Service is proud to be recognized as a Lyric hearing aid provider. Lyric hearing aids offer technologically advanced, virtually invisible devices.
What is Lyric?
Branded as “contact lenses for your ears,” Lyric hearing aids are:
- 100% invisible – once placed by your hearing health care provider, the devices can’t be seen.
- Effortless – with 24/7 access to sound, the Lyric can be used during all daily activities, like exercising, showering and even sleeping.
- Battery freedom – there are no batteries to change, no maintenance needed, and no daily removal or storage required.
- Natural – placed deep in the ear canal, these hearing aids direct sound naturally, which reduces background noise and feedback, and provides unparalleled sound quality.
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Boom Magazine Oct./Nov. Issue
Presented by Cynthia M. Peffers, ACA, BC-HIS
Despite the rapid growth of hearing loss — which is now the third most common health condition in the United States — there remains little national attention to good hearing and its long-term benefits.
Multiple studies confirm the importance of good hearing health in attaining whole body health — emotional and physical — as we age. The significant findings of these studies suggest that, just as there are routine standards for eye care and dentistry, hearing health care should also be routine.
Major shifts in hearing aid technology happen more often than you might think. Recently, Oticon released its newest hearing aid, the Oticon Opn.
These are the top 3 reasons Creekside Hearing is excited to offer this new device, which makes communication a breeze! Continue reading Oticon Opn Makes Listening Easier