Hello and good day to you.

It’s so very nearly the holiday season. THANK GOODNESS FOR THAT.

But, for us here at PHC Tennessee, “nearly” isn’t good enough. So, how would you like to start the celebrations early with an ultra-special, truly magical giveaway?

Though it’s true the holidays are typically a time for gathering with family and close friends when someone cannot hear, they miss so much.

That said, as we LOVE to see people being able to fully re-engage with their lives through much-improved hearing, we’ve decided to give away one pair of hearing aids as part of our 3rd annual November “Hear for the Holidays” competition!

This very special giveaway means that one deserving person in our community will receive the help they deserve in time for the holidays and beyond, which, I’m sure you’d agree, would be the perfect end to a tough year.

SO, HOW CAN YOU ENTER?

“Hear for the Holidays” works through a nomination process, where you put someone’s name forward who you feel could benefit from new technology.

So, if your friend, loved one, or co-worker has ever mentioned a hearing challenge, now is a great time to give them a chance of winning!

You do this by filling out a short form on our website – giving a few details about your nominee and why they deserve to win.

We’ll close the nominations at the end of November, and soon after, we’ll let the deserving person know that they’ve won this life-changing opportunity.

They’ll then be invited to a comprehensive hearing assessment, where they will be fit with their new devices, so they’re ready for the holidays.

UPDATES OF INTEREST FROM THE PHC OFFICE

Oh, this is a useful one for you…

We’ve got to let you know that right now is a great time to let us check your insurance benefits before the year’s out!

Loads (and I mean loads) of people have met deductibles this far into the year, so don’t wait to claim what you deserve, as insurances take time to process hearing aid benefits through 3rd parties.

Android Sound Notifications Can Help Those with a Hearing Loss

It’s such a relief for us to see the big boys making the necessary tweaks to their tech to accommodate those with a hearing loss – it really is.

So, what’s new then?

Well, Google has just introduced the “sound notification” feature, which provides push notifications for critical sounds around you that you may not have otherwise heard.

Sounds like fire alarms, beeping appliances, a door knock, and much more. This is a brilliant feature designed to aid the estimated 466 million people in the world who suffer from a hearing loss.

Interested to read more? Then here you go!

New Patient Resources

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THE IMPORTANCE OF CHOOSING AN AUDIOLOGIST FOR YOUR HEARING HEALTH

In the same way you’d see a dentist for your teeth, and a podiatrist for your feet, you need an audiologist for your ears, and here’s why…

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MEET THE WINNER OF THE 2019 ‘HEAR FOR THE HOLIDAYS’ COMPETITION

Here’s a throwback to last year’s Hear for the Holidays competition winner! We hope this serves as a reminder of the huge difference this competition can make in a special somebody’s life…

Read more…

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

Contact one of our offices here.

Have a great Thanksgiving! We are thankful for you!

Dr. Lyndon Ear

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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.