Welcome to another episode of The Flex Audiology Show. In this episode, we will be focusing on hearing protection and the different kinds that are available. I’ll discuss the differences between custom hearing protection and over-the-counter foam earplugs. We get...
Ashley grew up in Goldsboro, North Carolina, and went to school in Hamilton, Ohio.
As a patient care coordinator, Ashley loves to meet new people and care for others in any way she can, which makes her perfect for the role. While there isn’t one day that’s the same, Ashley is mainly responsible for greeting patients, collecting payments, scheduling appointments, answering calls, and addressing patient needs.
As the friendly face that greets you, Ashley helps our patients feel welcome and comfortable, ensuring they know everything they need to know about their appointment.
Outside of the office, Ashley spends most of her time with her daughter, going for walks, reading, and seeing friends and family.
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Single-sided hearing loss (SSHL) is more common than studies show. Many people who experience it do not seek help or tell anyone in the hopes that it will fix itself or simply go away on its own. This condition is much easier to live with than hearing loss in both...
One of the main questions I get as an audiologist is, “I don’t know anything about hearing aids, what style should I get?” Nowadays, anyone with a computer can go online and find anything they need to know about hearing aids. However, with so many different pieces of...