Covid19 300x200Updated April 1, 2020

At Hearing Associates, we wanted to reach out to you regarding our response to the Covid-19. We will be following all necessary protocols as set by the government/CDC and will continue to follow our cleaning/antiviral procedures after each visit. We have communicated with our team members to ensure they stay home if any symptoms of Covid-19 are experienced by them or anyone they have come in contact with.

At Hearing Associates, we are taking extra steps that we hope will help you feel safe while still caring for you hearing healthcare needs.

Effective April, Mason City Clinic will be the only office open, with hours Tuesday - Thursday 8 am - 5 pm.

Woman with ear plugIf you work in an environment with regular noise exposure, you need to consider investing in hearing protection to prevent permanent hearing loss. The good news is there’s a wide variety of options and styles, but not all hearing protection is created equal.

Let’s compare quick-fix foam earplugs and custom molds so you can decide what’s best for you.

misophoniaCertain sounds may make you uncomfortable, even send a shiver down your spine. But for other people, noises can trigger conditions like misophonia and hyperacusis. These conditions trigger a visceral reaction from people when they hear a certain sound.

concertHearing assistance technology is pushing the envelope once again, thanks to the help of musical legend Elton John. The Rocket Man himself partnered with Peex to create a concert-centric listening device that puts customizable hearing power in your hands. This is great news for those with hearing loss who may miss out on live performances.

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Your hearing devices are your gateway for hearing the world around you. That’s why it’s important to make sure they are doing everything they can for your hearing.

Here are some reasons why it may be time for you to update your hearing devices: