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Is Cognitive Development Affected in Deaf Babies?

What happens during a baby’s first few months of life is nothing short of extraordinary. He begins to take in the world around him through all of his senses; learning more about his environment with everything he sees, hears, tastes, and touches. But what happens when...

Middle Ear Testing – What you need to know

Middle Ear Testing – What you need to know

Hearing loss occurs in a variety of people, and for many different reasons. Problems in the middle ear, however, often cause hearing changes in children aged 3 to 5. Fortunately, there are specific tests designed to diagnose middle ear problems. This then gives...

Ear Candling – A Safe Earwax Removal Technique, or Not?

Ear Candling – A Safe Earwax Removal Technique, or Not?

Today’s society is built around independence, with a strong push towards Do-It-Yourself projects. When it comes to health issues, however, using DIY techniques such as ear candling, can often prove to be ineffective and sometimes even cause additional problems. What...

Hearing Loss Linked to Many Health and Lifestyle Triggers

Hearing Loss Linked to Many Health and Lifestyle Triggers

Hearing loss has long been accepted as a sure sign of aging. With approximately 48 million Americans experiencing hearing impairment, it’s more than likely you know a senior citizen or two who wears hearing aids. But did you know that there are MANY factors, in...

Is it Time to Talk to Your Parents About Hearing Aids?

Is it Time to Talk to Your Parents About Hearing Aids?

One of the unique aspects of human existence is the role reversal that comes with aging – your parents used to take care of you and provide for your every need, but as you both get older, you find yourself taking care of them. Maybe it hasn’t progressed that far yet,...

Is There a Connection Between Diabetes and Hearing Loss?

Is There a Connection Between Diabetes and Hearing Loss?

If you’re one of the more than 30 million Americans who have diabetes, you are likely familiar with some of the complications of the disease – neuropathy (nerve damage), retinopathy (eye damage), kidney malfunction, and cardiovascular disease are just a few of them....

Hearing Testing 101 – Part 2: What to Do After a Hearing Test

Hearing Testing 101 – Part 2: What to Do After a Hearing Test

If you read last month’s blog, you learned about hearing testing – what a hearing test shows, who needs one, and why it’s important. Now that you or a loved one has had a hearing test, can you just sit back and relax? Not so much. What you do next depends a little on...

Hearing Protection for Hunting and Shooting Sports

Hearing Protection for Hunting and Shooting Sports

When hunting season rolls around each year, hunting enthusiasts across the country make last minute preparations to ensure they have everything they need; hunting licenses, the proper firearm, a place to hunt, special clothing for enduring the elements and hiding from...

Hearing Testing 101 – Part 1

Hearing Testing 101 – Part 1

What? Can you repeat that? Turn up the volume! If these are common sayings around your household, it’s likely someone has a hearing problem. People often choose to get a hearing test (or their spouse makes them get one!) when symptoms like these start to show up....

Happy Patients:

We want to thank Dr. Johnson and the staff at the South Scottsdale office, for their prompt service, when I had a problem, with one of my hearing aids. They saw me within an hour of my call to their office and resolved the problem, in a few minutes. We appreciate a business that is so helpful and caring.

Lisa B.

As a person who was just diagnosed with tinnitus and some hearing loss, I decided to see Dr. Gary Johnson and discuss if hearing aids would be beneficial to me. Dr. Johnson gave me a thorough examination and evaluation and recommended hearing aids for me to help with the hearing loss and help quiet the tinnitus. I have been wearing my new hearing aids for about 2 months now and I am so happy with them. Dr. Johnson did a wonderful job evaluating what would work for me. He is very pleasant, listens to the needs of the patient, answers all questions and makes you feel very comfortable. I have been helped with the hearing aids for both my tinnitus and hearing loss. Don’t hesitate to go see Dr. Johnson if you are in need of someone who can help with your tinnitus and hearing problems. He is the best in the business.

Laura S.

I had a hearing aid quit on me. I went into the Mesa location and was greeted by a pleasant young lady and was promptly helped to get my hearing aid working again. And there was no charge !!Great service and pleasant staff. What a great experience !!

Gordon O.

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News was last modified: December 10th, 2017 by Olivia