Monthly Archives:March 2016

One of the most persistent myths about hearing loss is that people only need a hearing aid in one ear. While it is possible to lose hearing only in one ear, a lot of the hearing problems that require hearing aids affect both ears. Even when you don’t have significant bilateral hearing loss, your audiologist…

Opencare.com, a Website that helps connect the public with health care providers, has named Intermountain Audiology one of its Top 3 audiologists in St. George, based on its Saint George Audiology Rankings. How Providers Are Ranked Opencare performs an annual review of health care providers and evaluates more than five audiology clinics in St. George.…

Hearing aids are complex devices that amplify sounds for people perceiving words, music and other noise. They gather sound energy and direct it into the ear canal, allowing user’s to better understand and interpret sounds. While this principal hasn’t changed since their inception, new technologies deliver users far superior results from their hearing aids with…

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