This article by the Better Hearing Institute has important information for all “Baby Boomers”. For a variety of economic reasons, Boomers are working well beyond their retirement age. At the same time, hearing loss increases naturally as a function of advancing age. Therefore, it is becoming increasingly important for boomers to routinely get their hearing … Read more
There are a number of studies that show the negative physical and psychological effects of hearing loss. The really dramatic aspect of this study indicates that Americans over 65 feel that hearing impairment has a more profound effect on their lifestyle than hypertension, osteoporosis, or stroke! This underscores a message that we repeat often…the importance … Read more
Dr. Li-Korotky has volunteered her professional services to the Volunteers in Medicine Clinic of the Cascades (VIM). VIM provides free healthcare to working adults in Deschutes County with no medical insurance or means to pay for care. Dr. Li-Korotky will join 450 in-clinic volunteers and 350 local medical partners in a community effort to collaborate … Read more
Pacific Northwest Audiology is now a member of the Bend Chamber of Commerce and a Ribbon Cutting event will be held from 4:30 to 6:00 PM on Thursday, October 25th. Please join us for a celebration of our Grand Opening and a tour of our beautiful clinic. We look forward to meeting you!
Pacific Northwest Audiology was a proud sponsor of the “For the Health of It” Wellness and Fitness Fair in the Bend Senior Center, on Thursday, September 20. Numerous people stopped at our booth for free consultations on hearing loss and tinnitus (ringing in the ears), hearing aid cleaning and trouble shooting, or volume testing/adjustments of … Read more
Raising Awareness of the Link between Depression and Unaddressed Hearing Loss Pacific Northwest Audiology is joining the Better Hearing Institute (BHI) in raising awareness of the link between depression and untreated hearing loss in recognition of World Mental Health Day (October 10), National Depression Screening Day® (October 11), and Mental Illness Awareness Week (October 7-13). … Read more
We will refresh this Blog at least once every week…more often twice a week. The Blog will contain relevant and newsworthy information and events, and we will enhance the blog with photos, videos, and audio. Blog content will include: Upcoming events of interest and a “look back” at important events. Informational articles, presentations, and videos … Read more