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Myths about Hearing Loss Debunked

Myth #1:  Hearing loss only Affects "old people" There are 48 million people with hearing loss (in at least 1 ear) and 32 million are under the age of 65. Included are teens and young adults who have damaged their hearing with unsafe use of aduio devices. Myth #2:  Hearing loss is a an isolated issue and does not affect my overall health

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Virto B

High-performing technology and first-class design By incorporating a high-tech material for Virto B-Titanium, we’ve created hearing aids that reflect our passion for innovation and ingenious engineering design that combines performance, functionality, and aesthetics.  

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My Phonak App

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Virto Marvel Black

  The smallest Phonak custom hearing aid is now even more discreet. Made from medical grade titanium, it is durable and light weight.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

McCollum Hearing Center is taking the COVID-19 pandemic very seriously and we are closely monitoring and following all recommendations from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) as well as all local and federal authorities.  The health and safety of our employees and patients is our top priority.  We are adhering to all regulations within CDC guidelines for our center in order to safeguard the health

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Risk of Falling

Falls are responsible for numerous injuries and deaths among Americans 65 and older. Older people commonly experience brain injuries, hip and other bone fractures after a fall. Beyond the human cost, these serious conditions generate billions of dollars in healthcare expenses due to extended hospital stays, surgical interventions, and related treatments.  Download additional info about your risk of falling here.  

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Depression related to Hearing Loss?

The link between hearing loss and depression has been reinforced by recent studies. Several studies have been conducted on the link between depression and hearing loss. Recent findings indicate that of the groups studied, women of all ages and adults age 18 to 69 with hearing loss are more likely to experience "significant depression" than hearing loss sufferers over 70.  Download More Info here.  

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Hearing Loss and Diabetes

Physicians have another reason to recommend patients report their hearing loss. Researchers have discovered a higher rate of hearing loss in people with diabetes.

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