Howdy there,

Dr. Lyndon Ear here!

And this month, we’re getting all hot and bothered over a rather special month in the audiology calendar…

Shall we tell you? Are you sure? 

Oh, OK then…

It’s National Audiology Awareness Month No Less! 

Can I get a “whoop whoop!”

As you can probably see, we’re a little bit excited about this, as “NAAM” is the only time of the year that we audiologists get to show you the weird and wonderful awesomeness of your ears.

Over the month, we’ll be sharing lots of interesting stuff on how to keep your hearing health healthy, along with some other exciting bits, too. 

So, if you don’t already follow us, once you’ve finished up here, get on over to our social media pages and ensure you don’t miss out on all the fun.*

(*bet you didn’t think you’d ever associate that word with your ears!)

Oh, and don’t forget, if you or a loved one is experiencing anything untoward with your hearing right now, you can always book a hearing assessment with us, so we can ensure everything’s in working order. 

Let’s hear it for NAAM!

News and Resources

4 Benefits of Visiting an Audiologist 

With NAAM in full swing, we thought we’d jump on the bandwagon and give you an excuse to come and visit us…

Read More…

How To Get A Loved One To Consider Hearing Aids

We get it can be a tough time for you and your loved one, but here’s how you can soften the blow ever so slightly…

Read More…

Here, Have A Hearing Health Tip On The House…

Raising awareness is all about going back to basics and drumming in the facts.

So, our health tip this week is about how you can prevent hearing loss from happening in the first place, and we’ll give you a clue – it ain’t rocket science!

Firstly, if you’re around loud noise, simply walk away from it.

Secondly, if you can, just turn the volume down!

Finally, if both are unavoidable, wear ear protection.

Who said staying safe needed to be complicated?

October’s Fun Fact

You know your ears are small, but did you know your ears are host to the tiniest bones in your entire body? 

Yep, the “ossicles,” which collectively are 3 little bones and are smaller than a penny, are responsible for transmitting sounds into the inner ear. 

Not bad for little guys, huh? 

(Pssst…we’ll be sharing more of these fun facts across our social media pages this month! Just saying…)

Provider Spotlight:

Jaclyn V. Drolet –  Doctor of Audiology

When asked, “What do you love most about your job?” the prize for the best answer has to go to Jaclyn with, “I just love helping people hear better…oh and ear wax removal.” After graduating from the University of Tennessee, Jaclyn started her career working in hospitals, private and ENT practices, and schools before finally joining Parkwest 2 years ago. A great personality to have around, Jaclyn honed her entertaining skills as a staff member at Disneyworld!  

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 next month’s issue where we’ll be sending more pearls of ear-based wisdom straight into your inbox.

Dr. Lyndon Ear

Oh, And Just One More Thing… 

Here’s something really neat about PHC; we are partnered with all the major insurance companies, including BCBS, Humana, Aetna, Tri Care, Cigna, and Medicare. This means that we often find that your benefits cover you for hearing care.

This is not a benefit that can be matched by many other Audiological practices; it’s really worth checking out if your insurance can cover your hearing health care.

How? Well, it’s super easy! Just follow the link below and fill out the short form to find out if you are eligible.

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 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.