If you have a loved one who suffers from hearing loss, getting them to see the audiologist can be a tough sell.
Aside from their assertions that they don’t have a problem at all. There’s a whole set of common fears of aging and irrelevance. Not to mention some degree of confusion about what audiologists even do in the first place.
And then, there’s the matter of picking which audiologist you should see. Or whether it’s worth seeing one at all. It’s important that after your first appointment, you have a sense of your hearing professional’s unique approach. Who they are as a medical provider and what they can offer you.
After all, every audiologist is unique.
This means that some will mesh with you or your loved one’s personality, and some will not. Some will be eager to thoroughly involve themselves in getting you the help you need. And some will speed you through the process as if you were nothing more than a number.
It’s essential that you know what you’re getting. Preferably before you pour hundreds of dollars into treatment. It’s one of the main reasons I write these emails every week.
To give prospective and past patients a sense of who I am, and why I do things the way I do.
I pride myself on being all about demystifying the treatment process for the people I serve from start to finish. My unique Clear Path™ system is designed to combine the latest technology. The highest standards of expertise and genuine care into a treatment plan that delivers long-term, meaningful results.
I’m of the belief that while it’s essential to work with someone who is experienced and knowledgeable in their field, that that actually isn’t quite enough. You need someone who can make the whole thing make sense to you, who is sincerely invested in your success at every level.
I’ve noticed that a lot of other audiologists have a list of generic questions that they ask every one of their new patients.
I find that it’s better to dive in on a more personal level. To find out what’s going on with them from a health hearing perspective. But also the ways in which it’s affecting their life the most.
It starts with an initial needs assessment. And ends with a laser-focused treatment plan tailored precisely to my patient’s requirements.
Honestly, I could dig into the nitty-gritty of every single detail, but I think it’s actually pretty simple.
The reason why so many of my patients discover lasting relief that enables them to reconnect to their loved ones and lives is because I actually care about their success. In addition to my intimate understanding of the inner workings of the auditory system.
If you or your loved one is ready to take the first step towards addressing hearing loss for good, please, give me a call at 617-934-6987 today. I’d love to hear from you!
START YOUR JOURNEY TO YOU OR YOUR LOVED ONE’S BETTER HEARING:
At Quincy Hearing Aid of Quincy, MA, we want to ensure you are confident with your decision for not only your choice in hearing loss treatment, but also for the audiology office in Metro Boston you choose to start your or your loved one’s hearing healthcare. To ensure you are completely confident in your decision, we offer a few no-obligation, no-pressure ways to get started!
1. Find out what the most important aspects are in choosing the right audiologist in Metro Boston, or the South Shore for you or your loved one by reading our free report, “What to expect during your hearing consultation.”
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3. Call 617.934.8155 to speak with a Quincy Hearing Aid team member right away!