What’s New at Advanced Hearing Services
We have a new look…
During the first part of May 2017, the clinic underwent a complete remodel and make over. The clinic now expresses a natural look and feel.
Our logo was also updated to better represent the clinic. The new logo represents a vision Susan has had for many years. She is passionate about naturally restoring your hearing, loves horses and nature.
Enter our Drawing to receive $500 off a pair of new technology, Opn 1.
(no appointment needed to enter drawing)
Come celebrate with us and check out the remodel July 10-14.
Call and reserve your complimentary appointment with Susan (970) 221-5249.
If you are like most people, you invest time and effort in taking care of your health. You visit your Dentist. You get your eyes examined. You see your medical doctor. You might even keep your body in shape with physical exercise. But you are missing one part of the overall health picture. Your Hearing Health.
Untreated hearing loss can have two serious impacts on our health. One is the loss of hearing itself. Having to strain in conversations can lead to life becoming more stressful and challenging.
The other impact is your brain’s cognitive health. “A new study shows there is a higher risk of accelerated cognitive decline due to withdrawal from social activities for individuals with hearing loss who do not actively use hearing aids”. www.oticon.com.
Higher risk of accelerated cognitive decline due to withdrawal from social activities for individuals with hearing loss.
Better Hearing Means Better Overall Wellness
- Heart and cardiovascular disease: The negative influence of impaired cardiovascular health on both the peripheral and central auditory system has the potential to affect an individual’s capacity to hear.
- Diabetes: Hearing loss is about twice as common in adults with diabetes.
- Cognitive function, dementia, and Alzheimer’s disease: Studies show that older people with hearing loss are more likely to develop dementia, and that hearing loss is associated with a faster rate of cognitive decline.
- Depression and anxiety: Hearing loss can lead to isolation and other emotional conditions that can affect both quality of life and mental health.
- Chronic kidney disease: Research has shown that people with moderate chronic kidney disease have a higher prevalence of hearing loss.
I grew up in Southern California, always knowing that I wanted to become an equine veterinarian. After junior college graduation, I moved to Fort Collins, CO to attend CSU’s Equine Sciences program. In my junior undergraduate year, I realized that horses were my passion and my hobby and I really did not want to “work” my hobby. I needed to find a career that I felt the same passion for. In 1999, I began working at a hearing clinic as the receptionist. Within a few months, I knew helping people restore their hearing was my career passion. I went back to school, studied under my mentor, received my Certification in Hearing Healthcare in 2004. In July 2010, I purchased Advanced Hearing Services and have been helping people regain their natural hearing for 18 years.
I believe that what sets me apart from others in my field, is that I am the owner and provider at Advanced Hearing Services. I am not owned by a large corporation that dictates what I can provide for my patients.
Thank you to everyone who trusts me with your hearing healthcare.
Are you tired of changing batteries once a week? Oticon Opn will have a rechargeable option releasing June 2017. If you already wear Oticon Opn, good news, this option is available with a quick change of battery door, batteries, and software upgrade. Call (970) 221-5249 to learn more.