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Beware – Don’t Fall For The Three Card Trick!… Is It Really Magic?

Issue 13.17

I have always been fascinated by magic. It is so interesting to see the card you have chosen shown up when you think there is no way that it could. Or someone “magically” transported from one place to another. Or to see a person that gets cut in half but then […]

Dementia: How Is Hearing Loss Connected?

Issue 27.16

Too many times as audiologists we have people tell us that they have decided not to treat their hearing loss at this time. There are many reasons why they choose not to pursue treatment. Some of these reasons include that they aren’t ready, or that they don’t think that the hearing […]

“Magical” Advertising

Issue 5.16

I have always been fascinated by magic. It is so interesting to see the card you have chosen shown up when you think there is no way that it could. Or someone “magically” transported from one place to another. Or to see a person that gets cut in half but then […]

Reunion Memories

Issue 28.15

The start of each summer causes me to reflect on a number of items. One of those items is that I’m glad that I live in Cedar City and not St. George. Growing up in St. George the heat didn’t seem to affect me as much as it does now. It […]

Exciting New Advances In Hearing Instrument Technology

Issue 18.14

I would like to discuss some exciting new advances in hearing instrument technology. As I reflect on the hearing instrument technology that was available when I first graduated from college (16 years ago) and compare it to what is available now I am truly amazed. Back when I graduated we still […]

Dementia: How Is Hearing Loss Connected?

Issue 4.14

Too many times as audiologists we have people tell us that they have decided not to treat their hearing loss at this time. There are many reasons why they choose not to pursue treatment. Some of these reasons include that they aren’t ready, or that they don’t think that the hearing […]

Ear Candling: Good Or Bad?

Issue 42.12

Ear candling. I have had a lot of people ask me if this procedure actually works to remove wax from the ear canals. Ear candling is also called coning. The premise is that by putting a burning, cone-shaped candle in your ear that it will create negative pressure that will then […]

Two Premier Audiology Practices Join Forces

Issue 12.12

The start of a new year seems to always bring changes and this year was no exception for us. Many of you may have already heard about the changes but for those that haven’t let me tell you. On the 1st of January 2012 the two premier audiology practices in central […]