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Every individual’s hearing loss is as unique as their fingerprint.

 The human auditory system is endlessly complex and infinitely nuanced. Multiply that by the natural variance in human physiology, and you can begin to understand how your presentation of hearing loss is objectively, fundamentally different from that of every other person on the planet.

 Yet, every other week or so, I get a comment from a new patient, discouraged that their hearing aids haven’t changed their lives overnight. “My friend never had this trouble,” they’ll say, “I don’t know what’s taking so long!”

 It’s important to me that my patients understand that their hearing loss is unlike their friend’s, their spouse’s, their grandpa’s, or absolutely anybody else. 90 percent of hearing loss occurs naturally over time, sure, but the way it happens is always different. This fact is further compounded when you factor in the communication difficulties and ensuing coping mechanisms that each individual develops naturally on their own.

 This is why untangling your unique bundle of hearing issues will take time, effort, and a little bit of patience.

 Think of treating your hearing loss as implementing a healthy change in your life. It’s like weight loss — you can’t expect to lose 40 pounds overnight. Instead, you have to change the way you act and think on a daily basis. It’s a positive shift that begins at the deepest level, and slowly spreads throughout every aspect of your day-to-day.

 But I’m not going to lie. It can be a challenge. That’s why it’s so essential to have the support you need for lasting success. You need someone in your corner with the expertise and empathy necessary to offer you real solutions, to alleviate concerns when they arise, and to guide you along the path to a new, better, more engaged life. Someone who understands you as a person, not just as another number in their monthly metrics.

 If you’re ready to work with an audiologist who will work tirelessly to understand your unique needs and goals, give me a call at 617-934-6987, or click the link below to schedule your complimentary consultation. You’re an individual, with your own way of interacting with the world — it’s time you found a medical professional that treated you as such.



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!

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