Dr. Lyndon Ear

Pssst …

…have I told you lately that I love you?

What? I haven’t? Well, it’s high time we changed that.

As it’s officially the month of luuurrrrrve, the team here at Physicians Hearing Care thought we’d do some love spreading of our own, starting with our most favorite, you.

See, it’s you who drives us to be our best. You put your trust in our care, and we will always rise to whatever challenge that we need to overcome

…too much? OK, let’s just say we love you and thanks.

If you would like the lovin’ to continue, book an appointment, or find out about how we can assist you, call one of our offices to speak to our friendly team here.


If there’s a problem with your eyes, you’d see an optician, right? Your teeth, a dentist, and so on…

So, it still amazes us that when there’s a problem with someone’s hearing, there is this resistance to see an audiologist! What’s that all about!?

But, that said, we know you’re smarter than that, so if you know someone in your life who may be experiencing hearing challenges, then give them the kindest, most loving (and most smart!) gift of all – an introduction to us.

And, since it’s the month of “luuuurrrrve,” we believe that anyone who is a loved one (or friend) of yours is also a friend of ours, so they will receive a COMPLIMENTARY CONSULTATION throughout all of February.


Or, if they’re an existing hearing aid wearer and purchased their devices elsewhere, then we’re happy to spread the love even further and offer them a complimentary clean and check.

All you need to do is book an appointment on their behalf by either calling us or filling out this form.

Or, they can call us themselves (just be sure to tell them to mention your name when they do!)

Isn’t that lovely?


Not only are we sharing the love for you this February, but we’re also extending our love and gratitude for our very own Dr. Kalyn Bradford as she turns another year wiser on February 16!

Happy Birthday, Dr. Kalyn! We are so lucky to have you on our team. <3

Tinnitus Awareness Month

With over 50 million Americans suffering from tinnitus, it is estimated to affect nearly 15% of the general public.

Tinnitus manifests itself differently in each individual, and each person may experience a different sensation, such as ringing in the ears or buzzing.

Above all, the condition for everyone is persistent, and there is no cure. If you suffer from tinnitus, you’ve probably become more aware of it after reading this (sorry)! 

This month is Tinnitus Awareness Month, and that’s why we aim to spread awareness on the condition, highlighting the options available and tackling it face on.

Unfortunately, as a result of the pandemic, many people are feeling more stressed, and we know that this contributes toward making tinnitus more prevalent.

Using this knowledge, our experts have carefully practiced advanced procedures that aim to reduce its severity, helping individuals have miraculous breakthroughs!

If you have any concerns about tinnitus or you have a loved one with tinnitus challenges, then please get in touch, so we can help you move forward.


Patient Resources


With our hearing experts, repairs are swift and affordable. We can fix devices remotely and on-site, often preventing the need to send devices away for repair…

Learn more…


Let’s just say you wouldn’t trust anyone but a dentist to work on your teeth now, would you?

Learn more…

Have a question or need help? We’re here for you! 

Contact one of our offices here.

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Dr. Lyndon Ear

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Dr. Kalyn Bradford Au.D.

Dr. Kalyn Bradford is the director of hearing aid services here at Physician's Hearing Care. She completed her externship with Physician's Hearing Care in 2013 and subsequently joined the practice in 2014 after graduating with her doctoral degree in audiology from Louisiana Tech University. She joined PHC as a clinical audiologist, where she performed comprehensive audiological exams and specialized in helping patients to hear better using the latest hearing aid technology available. She has carried that experience into her current role as director of hearing aid services, where she does an excellent job managing the audiologists to ensure that all patients are treated with the best hearing care possible.