Talk to me…, rather she said “speak” as she looked over to her daughter (with a smile). She was looking for feedback on how her new digital hearing devices were working. We had to laugh, imagining asking a dog to “speak or bark”. This patient is quite lively and we enjoy our visits of great conversation and laughter!
I thought about the many years in practice and how it has been such a gift to be a part of peoples lives. The close connection with others, in such wonderful and often sad times, as the years progress is a real pleasure. The richness of these connections have become a valued part of my day. I enjoy the challenges and great responsibility involved in engaging in the needs of the hearing, tinnitus, and vestibular concerns of peoples lives. I am ever confident in the care and skills of our staff to help those we serve. We can help people to hear in ways that are unfathomable, we can offer relief in the quiet moments for those suffering from tinnitus, and we can help those understand why they are feeling dizzy and unsteady and find resolve.
Let’s all stand up and Speak….woof. LOL!!!