Hello there,

It’s Tracy here with the February newsletter.

This month is all about love and the special people in our lives. At Audicles Hearing Services, this includes our wonderful patients.

So, at the beginning of February, we decided to do something different – we let you do the talking!

For the first 14 days of February, we shared our patients’ stories, videos, and testimonials on our Facebook page.

We were moved by their heartwarming stories and we hope their kind words have boosted the confidence in those who are currently struggling with an untreated treating hearing loss to come in and see us for a hearing test.

Visit our Facebook page to find out about our exciting Valentine’s Day announcement!

Share the Love

You can share the love further by talking to your loved ones about getting a head start on their hearing health – even if they think their hearing is good.

A baseline test will mark the beginning of their new hearing journey and give us something to compare their hearing to at future visits. This way, we can address the slightest of problems before they become large ones.

Yes, the gift of good hearing is the perfect way to say “I love you” this month, and we would be pleased to meet those dearest to you.

Your loved ones will be in good hands and they’ll be grateful for your encouragement and support.

Simply give us a call to book an appointment today.

Latest Patient Resources

How To Help A Loved One With Hearing Loss

Here are some tips for communicating with your loved ones about their hearing loss in an empathetic and supportive way.

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Troubleshooting Common Hearing Aid Problems

Resolve any hearing aid glitches with these easy to follow steps.

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Hearing Health Tip

Loud noises, such as rock concerts and machinery, can damage our hearing over time, but did you know that wind can, too?

That’s right – cruising in your convertible, racing down a hill on your bicycle, or riding your motorcycle can affect your hearing due to the noise created by wind at high speeds.

Research shows that long exposure to buffeting winds while riding in a top-down convertible or on a motorcycle can cause hearing damage. Noise increases by about 15 dB, which means that hearing damage can start at 55 mph.

Additionally, cyclists can face an eardrum rupture just by riding their bicycle on flat terrain daily. However, if you’re into serious racing, the wind’s sound levels can reach as much as 120 dB if racing downhill. 120 dB means immediate danger to your ears.

The solution? Wearing appropriate ear protection will prevent ear damage and let you stay on the road enjoying your ride.

Team Member Spotlight:

Diane Cowen

Each month, we shine the spotlight on an Audicles’ team member. This month, it’s Diane Cowen’s time to shine.

Diane started working at Audicles in 1991 as an Administrative Assistant. She was born in West Germany and came to the U.S. when she was three. She played basketball throughout college and played softball throughout high school. She enjoys reading and watching Longhorn football games. She has two children and three grandchildren who keep her busy.

Patient Reviews

We love seeing our patients, and we love your positive feedback, too!

If you’ve visited us recently, we would love to hear about your experience. You just may inspire someone to begin their journey to better hearing. Click here to leave a review.

And That’s A Wrap!

Thank you for taking the time to read our newsletter – we hope it’s been useful to you.

As a reminder, we are always on your side. If you have any concerns about your or your family’s hearing, book an appointment by calling us at (210) 820-0525, or you can request a callback by clicking here.

   Until next month,

Dr. Tracey Board and the Audicles Team 

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Dr. Tracy Board

Dr. Tracy Board

Tracy began her career in audiology after completing her undergraduate degree at The University of Texas at Austin and the doctoral program at The University of Texas at Dallas. She has been fortunate to work in a plethora of healthcare and educational settings. As a result, she has perfected the art of effective adult and pediatric treatment. When she is not at the clinic, Tracy works directly with her state and national organizations to not only improve the quality of audiological healthcare in Texas, but also to advocate for her patients. Tracy and her husband Michael are parents to a little girl named Olivia who keeps them very busy!