My wife’s voice was much clearer. The music is very distinct and audible in full perspective, if you know what I mean. He went on to say that since he received new digital hearing aids, the lows and highs and the movement in stereo has been amazing! It has been so long since he’s heard music in this way….the way it was meant to be. We may take this for granted, but hearing the way patients describe their new life hearing experiences, allows me to enter into their world in much more understandable ways.
Written by Richard
Dr. Reikowski earned his Masters degree from the University of Akron and completed his Doctorate of Audiology from the Arizona School of Health Sciences in 2004. He began his career working with Dr. Lippy and the Lippy Group in Warren, Ohio. He is now the Owner and Director of Audiology for his private practices in Akron, Northfield, and Parma Ohio. Dr. Reikowski is a member of the Ohio Academy of Audiology, the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association and the American Academy of Audiology. Dr. Reikowski remains up-to-date with the most current hearing aid technology to better assist his patients and is an advocate for hearing loss education and awareness of the impact of hearing loss on the quality of life. He believes that education is the key in helping those with hearing loss. He has given numerous speeches and seminars to groups, hospitals, and agencies such as the Ohio Rehabilitation Services Commission. Dr. Reikowski is the recipient of the 2009 Ohio Academy of Audiology Clinical Excellence Award