Welcome. Dr. Scott Marquardt here bringing you our monthly newsletter.
Take the leap!
Not only is it Valentine’s month, but a leap year, too. It seems to be a big month for love!
And when it comes to love, communication is key.
Having an undiagnosed hearing loss can put a strain on your relationships. Perhaps you don’t want to burden your loved one with your concerns, or maybe it’s your significant other who doesn’t feel listened to.
But, if you have concerns about your or a loved one’s hearing, it is essential to share your thoughts with them so that you can both find a solution together on how to seek help.
Ignoring hearing loss can have a detrimental effect on long-term auditory health and may lead to physical and mental conditions.
If you’re struggling with where to start with your journey to better hearing, then why not start with us? Don’t wait another four years to get a hearing test. Please do it for you, for your loved ones, and your relationships.
Contact us today to show your ears some love this Valentine’s Day!
How Can I Help a Loved One with Hearing Loss?
Questions left unanswered, misunderstandings, and disjointed conversations can become increasingly common as your loved one loses more and more of their ability to hear…
How To Clean Your Hearing Aids and Why it Matters
Are your hearing aids acting up? Are you experiencing poor sound quality or feedback? They are probably due for a good cleaning…
The Marquardt Hearing Foundation, Inc
And now, here’s your chance to play a role in our life-changing endeavors in two very special ways. Kindly consider making a financial donation to the foundation so that we can continue to improve many more lives. If you would like to help, phone us at 936-273-4437.
Secondly, consider donating your devices when you purchase new hearing aids. Sometimes we can use them for our foundation, and sometimes we send them on to a Foundation that works in other countries.
Alternatively, if you know of someone who could benefit from hearing aids but simply can’t afford them, please encourage them to contact us, and we’ll see if we can help them out.
Hearing Health Tip
Sudden loud sounds that can be unavoidable. These include things like fireworks, ambulances, telephones ringing, gunshots, explosions, alarms, and car horns.
We know a sound is too loud when it causes us to cringe or cover our ears – and this level of noise can cause immediate damage to the ears.
Take protective action. When possible, avoid loud noises altogether. But also keep protective ear wear handy since you never know when life will get noisy.
New Patient Feedback
There really is no greater feeling than waking up and knowing we’ve improved someone’s life. Just take a look at what one of our wonderful patients has had to say:
“Top-notch customer service. I can not begin to explain or go into enough detail on Dr. Hawkins and her level of professionalism. She literally treated me like I was part of her family. (That’s how I felt anyway.) The level of service I received is like nothing I’ve experienced before. So much so that I had my dad visit, Dr. Hawkins, when he drove down for a visit from Tulsa. He wasn’t happy with his hearing aid provider in Oklahoma. Thank you Dr. Hawkins and your amazing staff. Thank you for setting an amazing standard of service that is unfortunately not standard in this day and age. You’re amazing!!”
– Ben Adams
If you have a review that you would like to share with us, we would love it if you could click here and help us spread the positive word! Your review could be featured in next month’s newsletter!
And That’s a Wrap!
Thank you for taking the time to read our newsletter – we hope it’s been an enjoyable read. If you have any suggestions for our next newsletter, feel free to reply to this email and let us know.
As always, if you have any concerns about your family’s ear health, book an appointment by calling us at (936) 273-4437 or clicking the button below.
Oh, and one last thing…
We know the whole insurance side of things is a total minefield. Where do you even start? Fear not, we will look at your insurance on your behalf and tell you whether it covers your audiological costs.
Until next time then!
Dr. Scott Marquardt