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Pacific Northwest Audiology Sponsors Another Hearing Aid Luncheon in Bend Oregon

Pacific Northwest Audiology had a another successful “Dine and Demo” luncheon at Gregg’s Grill in Bend Oregon on October 26, co-hosted by Unitron. 

So, what is a Dine and Demo Luncheon? Simply put, it’s an opportunity for guests to sample the latest hearing enhancement technology in a real world environment over lunch. 

Greggs GrilThis event was NOT designed to meet a sales quota. Guests learned important facts about hearing loss while sampling the advantages of new hearing technology…hearing aids that push the limits of hearing!

Dine and Demo luncheons are limited to only 14 invited guests. The event was designed to be relatively small, informative, and friendly, a learning environment that allowed each guest to evaluate new hearing solutions with no outside stresses or obligations. 

For those selected to participate in the event we tested their hearing (or used their latest hearing test of record) and then fitted them with personally customized Flex:Trial hearing aids, diagnostic instruments that can be programed to different technology levels to suit the needs of individual patients. Flex:Trial hearing aids are particularly well suited for increased sound clarity in otherwise noisy environments like a busy restaurant, so our guests were able to verify the technology claims…which they did!

The picture (below) shows Dr. Li (Pacific Northwest Audiology, bottom panels) and Felipe Ovando (Unitron, top panel) discussing new technology to alleviate hearing loss while enhancing hearing and communication. The middle two panels show Dr. Odgear and Grace Gardner (both from Pacific Northwest Audiology) answering general questions from our guests. Grace is completing her externship with Pacific Northwest Audiology prior to becoming a full-fledged Doctor of Audiology.

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We were very pleased with the outcome of this event…the food was high quality, everyone had their questions answered, and all of us had a great time!

There will be one more Dine and Demo event this year: November 30. Call now if you want a seat… 541-678-5698-5698.

 

Pacific Northwest Audiology Hearing Aid Luncheon in Bend OR

Pacific Northwest Audiology had a very successful “Dine and Demo” luncheon at Gregg’s Grill in Bend Oregon on October 11, co-hosted by Widex High Definition Hearing. 

So, what is a Dine and Demo Luncheon? Simply put, it’s an opportunity for guests to sample the latest hearing enhancement technology in a real world environment over lunch. 

Greggs GrilBut we’re not talking about yesterday’s hearing tech. Guests sampled hearing aids that push the limits of hearing!

Dine and Demo luncheons are limited to only 14 guests. The event was designed to be relatively small, informative, and friendly, a learning environment that allows each guest to evaluate new hearing solutions with no outside stresses or obligations. 

For those selected for the event we tested their hearing (or used their latest hearing test of record) and then fitted them with state-of-art hearing aids so they could experience ground-breaking sound clarity in the real world.

The picture (below) shows Dr. Li (Pacific Northwest Audiology) and Dr. Antonio (Widex) discussing new technology approaches to hearing loss. The food was high quality, everyone learned what they came for, and all of us had a great time!

 

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We will have two more Dine and Demo events this year: October 26 and November 30. Call to confirm your place.  541-678-5698.

 

The View from Tomorrow

This was a wildly successful event …87 registered…15 on standby…engaging speakers, a highly responsive audience, and dancing during the breaks!

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What we learned…

  • Tomorrow’s hearing technology is available today!
  • Hearing loss no longer means the end of a good life!
  • Hearing loss is no longer stigmatized!
  • Hearing technology is cool…even desirable!
  • Hearing care options have never been better!

What is the View from Tomorrow?

  • Streaming audio from HDTV, iOS, Android, and other devises
  • Connecting without wires to an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch
  • Controlling hearing aid settings with a smart phone
  • Communicating in any environment
  • Using Apps to enrich our hearing
  • And much more!

We still have special promotional deals from this event, and we are preregistering for future events…call 541-678-5698

Look for our Open House at the end of August…more to follow!

Bend Area Residents Invited to Invisible Hearing Aids Information Party

Pacific Northwest Audiology and Lyric will highlight invisible hearing aid technology on Oct 30…from 10 am to 5 pm…and you’re invited.

This will be an information-rich party…we will provide food, drinks, and great prizes…including Bose® QuietComfort® 15 Acoustic Noise Cancelling® Headphones, special product discounts, and professional service giveaways.

Kevin Haslam from Lyric will present important information on invisible hearing aid technology in the morning…then we will offer certificates for 30 day risk-free trials of Lyric Invisible Hearing Aids. Lyric is the industry leader in this exciting new technology so this will be a great chance for you to interact with experts to get all of your questions answered.

A day of learning, interaction, and opportunity…hope to see you there!

See the video…below

Call us at 541-678-5698 to RSVP. You can also book an appointment online for a free trial.

This is a risk-free opportunity for you to experience a life changing technology!

36 Million Americans Suffer Hearing Loss …May is Better Hearing Month

Dr. Li-Korotky wants you to know that hearing loss currently affects more than 36 million Americans. Although hearing problems are commonly associated with normal aging, more than half of all hearing-impaired individuals are younger than 65. With the increased use of personal music players (MP3s) and earbuds, the number of Americans experiencing hearing loss at a younger age is growing.

Most Americans consider hearing loss a condition that is simply associated with aging, and don’t know how to recognize the condition or who is qualified to diagnose and treat the condition. In an effort to raise public awareness for the growing number of Americans suffering from hearing loss, the American Academy of Audiology in conjunction with Pacific Northwest Audiology is acknowledging Better Hearing Month this May. As part of Better Hearing Month, Pacific Northwest Audiology in Bend OR encourages consumers to be more aware of their hearing health.

Hearing loss can be caused by exposure to loud noises; ear infections, trauma, or ear disease; harm to the inner ear and ear drum; illness or certain medications; and deterioration due to the normal aging process.

An audiologist is a highly educated and clinically experienced health-care professional who specialize in evaluating, diagnosing, and treating people with hearing loss and balance disorders. Hearing loss can affect patients of all ages…newborns, infants, babies, toddlers, children, teens, adults, and the elderly.

If you have trouble hearing conversation in a noisy environment such as a restaurant, are unable to hear people talk to you without looking at them, or have a constant ringing or pain in your ears, you may have a problem with your hearing. The first step in treatment of a hearing problem is a hearing evaluation by an audiologist.

Dr. Li-Korotky has specialized training in many areas, including, but not limited to:

  • Evaluating hearing loss for all age group
  • Prescribing and fitting hearing aids
  • Tinnitus evaluation and management
  • Designing and implementing hearing conservation programs and newborn hearing screening programs
  • Providing hearing rehabilitation training for hearing loss and tinnitus

Although most hearing loss is permanent, Dr. Li-Korotky can determine the best options to meet your hearing loss, lifestyle choices, and budget. These treatment may include hearing aids, assistive listening devices, and hearing rehabilitation.

In recognition of Better Hearing Month, we welcome you to book an appointment online, here, for a free comprehensive hearing exam and consultation.

Pacific Northwest Audiology Seeks Volunteers For a Free Trial of Invisible Hearing Aids.

The first 6 people to register for a free trial will participate in a Lyric Special Event on January 16. We will have a representative of Lyric on board both days to answer your questions about this exciting new hearing aid technology!

Don’t worry if you can’t make it on January 16…we will set you up for a free trial during a time that works best for you.

Advantages of Lyric Hearing Aids

  • Lyric invisible hearing aids can be worn 24/7 while sleeping, talking on the phone, exercising, or even while showering.
  • Lasts for up to 4 months without changing batteries.
  • Delivers exceptional sound quality by working with your ear’s natural anatomy.
  • Completely disappears from sight.
  • Gives you the benefits of automatic technology upgrades

Free Trial Details

  • Book an appointment online and we will help you complete a simple form for your risk-free certificate.
  • Dr. Li-Korotky will assess your hearing profile and determine whether you are a good candidate for Lyric. After the assessment, Dr. Li-Korotky will counsel you on your treatment options.
  • If Lyric is a good personal option…try Lyric risk-free for 30 days
  • You have no obligation to purchase when the trial period ends.

Reserve a Spot During The Lyric Special Event