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Why do people have two ears? Basically, it is to widen the scope of your hearing so you can find out where sounds are coming from, and from what distance. In reality it is not your ears that do the listening, but your brain. And to interpret sounds correctly, the information it receives must be as accurate and as detailed as possible.
Blackberry Hearing has accumulated hundreds of validated customer Facebook comments on their website www.blackberryhearing.com/testimonials. Some of the comments are below and all comments may be viewed on the Blackberry Hearing website.
Blackberry Hearing was established in 2015. John Ryan and Dave Gleeson, the founders, drew on their long business experience to provide quality solutions at the best prices with exceptional customer care.
Hearing loss affects every member of the family, not just the person who suffers from it. Communication becomes a problem and frustrations creep in, as explained by Audiology Medical Services, Ireland.
Fifty families in Mayo and Roscommon are to receive apologies from the HSE after a review of 900 child audiology cases handled by one individual showed what are described as "serious failings."
Hearing loss affects every member of the family, not just the person who suffers from it. Communication becomes a problem and frustrations creep in.
Why do people have two ears? Basically, it is to widen the scope of your hearing so you can find out where sounds are coming from, and from what distance.
Audiologist Ruairi Keogh has joined the Hidden Hearing clinic at 2A & 2B John Broderick Street, Irishtown Central, Athlone.
Michael O’Neill Hearing Aid Audiologist of O’Neill Hearing Care Clinic is an agent for all Oticon Ltd. Hearing Aid Technologies. Oticon OPN1 was voted the best European premium hearing technology at “The 10th Golden Lobe Awards” at AIHHP 2016 Hearing Expo.
Hearing is one of the five senses we rely on, but studies show that almost one in six people in Ireland experience hearing difficulties and delay seeking treatment for up to 15 years.