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"The people in the office were so nice and courteous. I could not believe what I had been missing. My hearing wasn't muffled anymore. I could understand sounds and words that I could not understand before. They have worked so well for me. I go in for check-ups and free batteries for two years. These instruments have enhanced my life and the lives of my loved ones." - Peggy S.
"I thought the happiest day of my life was when that 747 plane took off from Vietnam on Nov 10, 1967, and the second time when Pat and I got married. But I was wrong both times. When Bruce helped me put my hearing aids in my ears and I could hear my wife talk to me without talking loud AND hearing the birds singing. THAT day on October 6, 2009 was the happiest day of my life." - Charles S.
"We so much appreciate your wonderful attentiveness to Dad and his needs. From the initial consultation, to your ongoing care, not just for his hearing, but all around well-being, we are so grateful! Thanks for being the caring professional you are!" - Eugene A.
"I want to thank you for your letter offering me a complimentary hearing test and the change to try out a hearing aid. Some years ago I lost some hearing in my right ear due to a virus. I have managed very well with my one good ear but have noticed some changes when in a crowd with background noise. I saw Bruce Powell and I was very impressed with his knowledge and expertise." - Joan E.
"I was treated so well I felt like a close family member. It seem to me that your main concern was that I was comfortable and understood everything that was being done. You showed great patience and understanding and answered all my questions. I never felt rushed but, relaxed comfortable and truly enjoyed every phase of my visit to your facility." - Thomas E.
"If I were in a room with background noise I could not hear conversation at my own table. The genuine care shown by the technicians to help me, also the willingness to spend as much time as necessary to get it right [impacted me about the specialist I saw and the care I received]. It has improved my quality of life." - Ron G.
Hearing loss has been linked with a variety of medical, social and cognitive ills, including dementia. However, a new study led by a Johns Hopkins researcher suggests that hearing loss may also be a risk factor for another huge public health problem: falls.