A personal message from Dr. Shannon Frymark and Dr. Emil Frymark, Owners, and Doctors of Audiology at Aim Hearing and Audiology Services.
Our Physicians Resource page will provide the tools you need for you to support patients that have been experiencing challenges with their hearing or struggling with balance or tinnitus concerns.
If you need any further assistance or have any questions for our team, please call us at (336) 295-1064, we will be happy to take your call.
Thank you for all that you do.
The Connection Between Untreated Hearing Loss and Dementia
In a study that tracked 639 adults for nearly 12 years, Johns Hopkins expert Frank Lin, M.D., Ph.D, and his colleagues found that mild hearing loss doubled dementia risk. Moderate loss tripled risk, and people with a severe hearing impairment were five times more likely to develop dementia.
Are you Ready to Refer a Patient? Complete Our Online Form.
If one of your patients would benefit from our help, you can refer them to us by completing a simple form by clicking the link below. The team at Aim Hearing and Audiology Services can even provide support to your patient by helping them explore their insurance benefits prior to carrying out their comprehensive hearing assessment and sharing our recommendations and findings with them.
Would You Like to Schedule a Zoom Meeting With Our Team of Experts?
If you would like to talk to us about a specific patient’s needs, or maybe you feel it would be beneficial for your team to attend one of our virtual workshops which can help your staff understand the challenges your patients with hearing difficulties face. Please click the link to schedule a zoom meeting with the Aim Hearing and Audiology Services Team and we will be in touch to arrange a mutually convenient time.
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Hearing Health Resources
Articles To Help You With Patient Challenges
Because it develops slowly, many of my patients are unaware of their hearing loss until it becomes a severe issue. The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) indicates that untreated hearing loss doubles the risk of developing depression and increases the...
Hearing loss tends to sneak up on us gradually. Because of this, it is pretty common for the person experiencing a hearing loss to be the last to know about it. Family members and close friends usually recognize the signs and symptoms of hearing loss early on, but...
We have a tendency to take hearing for granted when we are young, but it starts to get our attention as we age. Although hearing loss most often accompanies old age, it can affect the young under certain circumstances. In order to properly diagnose and treat hearing...