Hearing Health Solutions Featured on NBC4’s Daytime Columbus TV Program

Hearing Health Solutions Featured on NBC4’s Daytime Columbus TV Program














Darryl Will Appears on Daytime Columbus Hosted by Gail Hogan

Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) September 30, 2013

Daytime Columbus host Gail Hogan helps educate local residents about hearing loss and possible solutions in her interview with Columbus audiologist Darryl Will of Hearing Health Solutions. Darryl appeared on the daytime talk TV program to help raise awareness about hearing health and to share alarming data about its prevalence among the elderly, veterans and teenagers. The video recording of the program can be viewed on the Hearing Health Solutions website and YouTube channel.

In the interview, Darryl Will discusses hearing loss, the common signs of hearing loss, and modern hearing aid options for those suffering. Darryl indicates that many people suffering from hearing loss don’t even realize it’s a problem because it happens so gradually and they don’t notice a difference day to day. In many cases, the family members are the first to notice that hearing ability is declining. For example, when a loved one notices the TV volume gradually getting louder or recurring requests to repeat what is being said, Hearing Health Solutions suggests a comprehensive hearing evaluation. Not all hearing losses are treated with hearing aids. Sometimes simply removing wax build-up can restore normal hearing. However, many people avoid scheduling a hearing test, because they assume that the audiologist will recommend hearing aids. There can be many causes of hearing loss and just as many solutions that will be determined after the evaluation.

Where appropriate, Hearing Health Solutions provides a wide range of hearing aids to accommodate the unique needs of each patient. Solutions can include traditional styles behind the ear and hearing aids that are placed down in the ear canal. A new “invisible” hearing aid by Lyric is also offered by Hearing Health Solutions and is an extended-wear hearing aid that can be worn in the shower, during exercise, and for up to 3 months at a time.

Darryl Will encourages those that suspect they are experiencing some hearing loss to go see an audiologist in Columbus for an evaluation to determine the exact cause and the best solution.

About Darryl Will:

Audiologist, Darryl Will, received both his Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech and Hearing Science and Master of Arts degree from The Ohio State University. He was a co-founder of Hearing Health Solutions in 1983. He has 30+ years experience in the field of audiology and specializes in the identification and rehabilitation of hearing loss through amplification. Darryl is also a member of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association and the American Academy of Audiology.

About Hearing Health Solutions:

Hearing Health Solutions includes three locations in Columbus as well as locations in the Delaware, Dublin and Westerville communities in Ohio. Since 1983, Hearing Health Solutions has served individuals in Columbus and the surrounding area.

The company’s nine audiologists and board certified hearing instrument specialists work with customers to determine the degree of hearing loss and find potential solutions – whether a client needs one hearing aid or two, and whether they’re interested in digital or analog technology – to fit a customer’s preferences and lifestyle. All employees have graduate-level degrees in audiology or communication disorders and have years of experience helping clients to improve their hearing.

These professionals can work with customers to determine the cause of hearing issues, like tinnitus, and help customers to control their symptoms. Hearing Health Solutions offers hearing aid fitting and evaluation services as well as adjustment and maintenance services. Customers can bring their hearing devices in for ear wax removal or service anytime after their purchase.

For those who are concerned about perceived hearing loss, or dealing with a ringing in the ears, whether a customer is looking for a first hearing aid or searching for a replacement, Hearing Health Solutions has a variety of options from digital or analog hearing aids to cell phone accessories and earplugs designed to help customers to hear the world as clearly as possible.

Contact:

Mr. Jim Barlow

http://hearinghealthsolutions.com

Hearing Health Solutions

974 Bethel Road

Columbus, Ohio, 43214

(614) 335-4127

Hearing Health Solutions

4300 Clime Road

Columbus, OH 43228

(614) 335-4301

Hearing Health Solutions

6499 East Broad Street

Columbus, OH 43213

(614) 335-4098

Hearing Health Solutions

801 OhioHealth Blvd Ste. 220

Delaware, OH 43015

(614) 335-4387

Hearing Health Solutions

6670 Perimeter Drive, Ste. 120

Dublin, OH 43016

(614) 335-4101

Hearing Health Solutions

477 Cooper Road, Ste 480

Westerville, OH 43081

(614) 335-4302













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Hidden Hearing Issue Advice on Cleaning Ears

Hidden Hearing Issue Advice on Cleaning Ears















(PRWEB UK) 7 June 2013

Following an increase in enquiries, Hidden Hearing has issued advice on cleaning ears and preventing long term hearing loss in the process.

The ear canal has cells within it that produce cerumen, otherwise known as ear wax, but a build up of this can sometimes lead to temporary hearing loss and pain. Hidden Hearing explains how this can be dealt with safely:


    The amount of ear wax produced by the ear varies from person to person and some people will experience build up at a much faster rate. Ear wax should naturally fall out of its own accord but excessive build up can be removed by a GP with a painless process called syringing.

    It is important to remember that nothing should be inserted into the ears to remove dirt, debris or wax – including cotton buds. According to the head of the Ear Nose and Throat department at St Barthlomew’s in London, 25-50% of cases are ‘traumatic perforations’ caused by direct injury such as a cotton bud being used to clean the ears.

    The outer ear, (the viable part) should be cleaned with a wet facecloth. The ear canal (non-visible) does not need to be cleaned in most cases and will be naturally loosened by water during hair washes and showers.

    Hearing aids should be regularly cleaned of wax according to care instructions.

With more than 40 years’ experience in treating hearing loss, Hidden Hearing is entrusted with the care of more than 100,000 people each year. The firm has 84 hearing centres across the UK, all catering for a range of needs and budgets. Specialising in hearing tests and hearing aids, the company also offer a variety of hearing aid accessories and in 2005, became the first dedicated hearing retailer to be recognised as an Investor in People.























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