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Staying active and hearing well with Swindon Hearing Specialists
We often get asked if you should take your hearing aids out when you are playing sport. Hearing aids today, are designed to be very resilient but they are still devices that you need to be careful with and look after. You can absolutely wear hearing aids whilst being active or playing most sports but […]
Our top tips for getting the most out of your hearing aids, every day
We love speaking with our patients about the little tips and tricks they create to make the most of their hearing and their hearing aids, whilst getting on with their daily life. When we fit a hearing aid, we advise our patients on how to care for the hearing aid and keep it working for […]
Things you need to know when you are buying a hearing aid on your own
When you start your hearing journey it is important that you understand what sounds you would like to be able to hear better. What would hearing better mean for your lifestyle and how would it affect the way you feel about everyday life? If you are starting your hearing care journey on your own, it […]
Did you know that getting a hearing aid can actually slow down hearing loss?
We understand that hearing care can be confusing so here at Swindon Hearing Specialists, we make it our mission to give you absolute clarity on how to hear better today. We have spoken with our clinical lead Audiologist Les Cavilla and he told us three things you will wish you had known about your hearing, […]
What is the best hearing aid on the market?
We wanted to address a couple of questions we receive from people enquiring about the ‘right’ hearing care. As an Independent hearing care professional, Les (our Director and clinical lead Audiologist) can select hearing devices from any of the manufacturers available and he ALWAYS selects the solution that suits the client and their lifestyle. We […]
Why people only pretend that they can hear well
We’ve all done it, sat there in a busy restaurant struggling to hear conversation over the background noise. We have tried to piece together parts of the conversation and nod knowingly, at what we thought was the appropriate time. We do this in order to avoid any embarrassment about not being able to hear. In […]