Howdy there!

Can you see that?

…I believe that’s the look of love.

So, we’re now in Valentine’s season, and what a season it’s been!

We’ve just finished “14 Days of Love” on our Facebook page, where over 14 days, we shared a little snippet of “love” a patient has given us.

Our aim for this was to show our community that we really do care about our patients and that their hearing health comes before everything… aww, we’re such old romantics.

Anyway, with love all around us, how could I possibly pass up this opportunity and not encourage you to let us give your ears some love?

If you’ve been experiencing any changes to your hearing lately, or you’ve noticed it in a loved one, now’s the best time to let us help you.

Contact us now and let us help you hear the language of love again.

News and Resources

Get Help With Your Hearing Loss To Improve Your Relationships

If communication is the key to love, then it can get pretty hard when one of you can’t hear like you used to…

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If you’ve noticed any changes to your hearing lately, you don’t want to miss this…

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Here, Have A Hearing Health Tip On The House…

As we’ve already admitted to being old romantics, let’s just say nothing beats a romantic meal for two during the month of love.

Finding a quiet restaurant, however, can be a challenge…

Fear not, there are now two apps that can help you out. They can identify local restaurants and cafes that are gentler on the ears. Here’s a brief look at them: 

Soundprint: View a map of local restaurants along with their sound decibel rating. You can also test the decibel levels at the restaurant you’re at to see if the environment is too loud. Share your findings by uploading them to the app. To find out more and to download, click here. 

iHearU: Find ear-friendly restaurants worldwide. Any location rated four noise bars, or less is considered a safe environment. You can also find establishments that offer assistive hearing systems.

Additionally, you can report on quiet locations and add them to the app. Going to a livelier restaurant? Find out just how noisy it is and then decide if you want to wear ear protection. To learn more and to download, click here.  

We Want To Show You Some Love…

 It wouldn’t be Valentine’s without a nod to the ones we love, so here are a few of our staff’s loved ones…

You Know You Love Us, So…

Do you know how you’re always putting smiles on our faces whenever we see you? Would you be so kind as to put a smile on our faces when you’re not in the room, too?

If so, we’d love you to write us a friendly review of how we’ve helped you.

Just CLICK HERE.

So Long, Farewell… 

And that’s us for another month. 

Watch out for our next issue, where we’ll be sending more pearls of ear-based wisdom straight into your inbox.

Stay cool, and from all of us here at PHC Tennessee, Happy Valentine’s!

Dr. Lyndon Ear

Oh, And Just One More Thing… 

Were you aware we have 4 different health care packages for you to choose from?

Oh yes, we do, and each one is designed to help you at whatever stage you’re at with your hearing loss, as well as to suit your budget.

Have a peek at our packages page, and see which one best suits you!

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Dr. Kalyn Bradford Au.D.

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.