A Personal Message from Erika Shakespeare, Owner at Audiology and Hearing Aid Associates
Thank you for taking the time to visit our Physician Resource page, the page provides the tools you need to help you assist your patients that are experiencing hearing difficulty or tinnitus concerns.
If you need further assistance, we are more than happy to help. Our friendly team is there to answer any questions and offer support, you can call us at (541) 612-7555.
Thank you so much for all that you do.
Are You Ready To Refer A Patient?
If you are ready to refer a patient that would benefit from our expertise, you can do so by completing this simple online form. We will then contact your patient and arrange a convenient time for them to visit us for a comprehensive hearing assessment. We can even help them explore their insurance benefits prior to their visit.
Untreated Hearing Loss and Dementia
In a study that tracked 639 adults for nearly 12 years, Johns Hopkins expert Frank Lin, M.D., Ph.D, and his colleagues found that mild hearing loss doubled dementia risk. Moderate loss tripled risk, and people with a severe hearing impairment were five times more likely to develop dementia.
Common Hearing Related Issues
Schedule a Zoom Call With Our Experts
If you have a patient with specific needs or believe it would benefit your team to attend a virtual workshop in order to help them understand the challenges patients with hearing difficulties face, then an online zoom call with the Audiology And Hearing Aid Associates Team may be the perfect option for you.
Click the link to schedule a zoom call with us and we will be in touch to arrange a convenient time.
FREE DOWNLOAD: HOW TO ENCOURAGE A STUBBORN MAN TO GET HIS HEARING TESTED
With hearing loss impacting 1 in 5 of us, the data suggests that at least one special person in our lives are struggling with hearing loss. The challenge is that it's often difficult for these people to admit that they have a challenge with their hearing or be open to seeking help.
That's why we have developed a free white-paper to help you to understand the different ways that you can support a loved one and encourage them to get the help that they need.