Howdy there,

Dr. Lyndon Ear here.

Now, forgive me, I know there’s something special about this edition, but I just can’t put my finger on it…

Something timely and smells a bit like roast turkey…

Aha, of course, it’s Thanksgiving!

Thanks a million

Oh my oh my, my lil pumpkin pie!

As you can probably fathom, the team here at PHC is just a little bit excited about Thanksgiving.

Not only do we get a day to celebrate and give thanks to all that’s good in our world, but, we’ve also made it a part of our culture in the office to practice gratitude to our patients too, as, after all, without you, we wouldn’t be able to help people get the joy of their hearing back.

Thank you.

So, in the spirit of gratitude, we thought we’d dedicate this issue to everyone who might struggle with their hearing over Thanksgiving by introducing you to our…

“Hear for the Holidays Competition!”

After the overwhelming success of last year’s competition, where the lucky nominee received premium hearing technology absolutely free, we’re delighted to open the doors to nominations again.

So, if you know someone who could benefit from having life-changing hearing aids, now’s your chance to help them get it! Nominate Here.

News and Resources

How To Survive Thanksgiving With Hearing Loss

 

Relentless noise, scattered conversation…and that’s before the appetizers come out. Here, read this and ensure you make the most of Thanksgiving this year…

Read More…

Latest Apple iOS 13 Causing Connectivity Issues for Hearing Aid Users

If your iPhone & hearing aids are not working together as well as they used to, you’re not alone. Rest assured your hearing aids are not the problem…

Read More…

Here, Have A Hearing Health Tip On The House…

Don’t over-cook the turkey.

Oh, sorry, you wanted a “hearing” health tip. My mistake.

Here we go…

As one of the hardest things to cope with in social situations is the constant influx of noise, it’s important your hearing aids are primed and ready for this.

Select the setting that filters out background noise, and this way you can focus on 1-2-1 conversations without the background distractions.

Provider Spotlight:

Katie McFalls (Au.D.)-  Doctor of Audiology

 

With a doctorate from the University of Southern Mississippi and 8 years’ experience as an ENT for adults and pediatric ENT specialist, Katie has been a clinical audiologist with us at Parkwest for over 2 years, and has been making a positive impact ever since. With a real warmth towards her patients, Katie is a shining example of an audiologist, confirmed by her love for helping people on their journey to better hearing. When she’s not saving the world from ear-related issues, Katie enjoys the quieter things in life, such as sewing, knitting, and gardening.

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.

Don’t forget to nominate your special person who could receive life-changing hearing tech in our Hear for the Holidays campaign!

Stay cool, and have yourself a very Happy Thanksgiving!

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.