Well, would you look at that,

…Here we are in a brand-new decade!

I truly hope you’ve had the happiest of holidays and are ready and raring to get stuck into 2020. 

The team here have had a good rest and are excited to see our patients again and to continue their excellent work. 

Now, speaking of the new decade, I don’t know about you, but “2020 vision” seems to be mentioned everywhere I look – have you seen that? 

(perfect for opticians!)

Admittedly, it is a good pun, but I do wish there was one that would relate to audiology, so I thought I’d create it…

Happy New Ear! 

That said, I encourage you to think about your hearing health this year, and, if at any point you find the quality of your hearing slipping, then know that we are here to help you with that. 

Why not do yourself a big favor and get checked nice and early? We get pretty full in January and February, so to ensure your hearing is our priority, contact us now and bask in that great feeling of being organized.

News and Resources

The Long Term Effects Of Untreated Hearing Loss

Now, we don’t want to scare you, but we do feel it’s our duty to tell you what could happen if you neglect those little old ears of yours…

Read More…

Winter Care Tips For Hearing Aid Users

Although incredible, your little hearing machines aren’t invincible, and in some cases, the cold can be their enemy! Here’s what you need to know…

Read More…

Here, Have A Hearing Health Tip On The House…

Speaking of 2020 vision, it still amazes me how many people wear sunglasses to protect their eyes, but don’t consider earplugs to protect their ears!

Well, in the spirit of Happy New Ear, let’s change that and make 2020 the year of the ear!

Don’t forget your plugs!

Provider Spotlight:

Kayln Bradford Au.D.

 

Dr. Kalyn Bradford is the director of hearing aid services 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. 

Kalyn 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.

Located at Parkwest, you can find Kalyn entertaining her colleagues and patients with her impressive 4-minute Rubix’s Cube solving skills!

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 and type, type, type!

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 New Ear!

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.