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Latest Blog Posts

  • 13 Dec

    Surviving The Holidays With Hearing Loss

    The large group gatherings, bustling shopping centers and loud celebrations that go hand in hand with the holiday season are some of the toughest situations for people with hearing loss. Despite the warmth and happiness that gener...read more
    13 Aug

    Wireless Hearing Aids

    Wireless hearing aids are the most recent advancement in hearing technology. Southwestern Hearing is once again partnered with Starkey and NuEar technologies. Together we are providing excellent wireless hearing aids to the Bi-Sta...read more
  • 12 Jan

    Introducing NOW - A Hearing Revolution

    Southwestern Hearing Centers is excited to introduce all new NOW hearing technology, the most robust and consistent hearing aids on the market, at all of our 28 offices. Southwestern Hearing hopes this new and improved hearing ...read more
    02 Oct

    Making Sense of Your Audiogram

    An audiogram is the standard test to measure and understand a person’s hearing loss. An audiogram is a graph that shows the softest sounds a person can hear at different pitches or frequencies. Each sound a person hears when some...read more
  • 20 Dec

    Home Safety For Loved Ones With Hearing Loss

    Something that is seldom mentioned when hearing loss is discussed is how to ensure those with hearing loss are safe in their homes, especially if they live alone. As a hearing aid dispenser we can talk endlessly about new hearing ...read more
    13 Aug

    Hearing Loss More Likely In Diabetes Patients

    Two of the most widespread health issues in America are diabetes and hearing loss. Several studies have found that the two issues are linked, although no precise cause has been named. A study by the National Institutes of Healt...read more
  • 20 Feb

    How a Hearing Aid Works

    Hearing aids are tiny electronic devices designed to amplify sounds, so people with hearing loss can hear and communicate. After many years of technical advancements hearings aids now come in a variety of shapes and sizes with an ...read more

What Patient's Say

  • "They changed my life. I now can carry on a conversation with my family and friends, and I can hear the environment around me. Individuals who deny getting help are missing our on a big portion of their life, because you don't realize it improves every aspect of your life."

    Danny Curtis
    St. Charles, MO

  • "By wearing a hearing aid, I feel safer moving around in society, not just from a communication standpoint. I can hear sirens in traffic, I know when to pull over and when to get out of the way! I feel safer being able to hear.....it's like eyesight, it's a very critical sense you depend on."

    Michael Torrence
    St. Charles, MO

  • "It's just been wonderful, just wonderful having a hearing aid. It's really a win win. It's a win for yourself because you know what they're saying, and it's a win for your family and friends because they don't have to struggle and keep repeating things to you, so everybody's happy."

    Paulette Kapes

  • "When I got my hearing aid, I walked out the door and was on cloud nine because I could hear again. I walked out the door and I realized there where birds singing, and I had forgotten that birds sounded so beautiful. I hadn't heard it in so long....I wanted to walk back in and thank everybody, but I couldn't because I was crying so hard. I could not do it, I was on top of the world, they were and are fantastic!"

    Peggy Lukezic
    St. Peters, MO

  • "I was really impressed with how it fits in my ear...it fits nicely. Like putting my glasses on, I don't even know its there, but I know it's there, because I can hear!"

    Serafina Mesnier
    Hampton, MO