Your Hearing

PACIFIC HEARING SERVICE

Your Hearing

There are two big misconceptions that many people make about hearing loss.

The first misconception is that hearing loss is a sign of being broken. This is wrong.

The truth is, hearing loss is often a sign that you’ve lived an abundant, rich life and experienced so many great things that your ears have struggled to keep up with you.

In the same way that driving your car fast will result in you having to change the tires sooner, hearing loss is often a result of leading a fast-paced life.

At Pacific Hearing Service, this often results in incredible people walking through our door with a story to share, and it often results in us being fortunate enough to not just care for people’s hearing but to also make new friends in the process.

The second misconception is that hearing devices alone are the solution to a hearing loss.

Great hearing technology is certainly a critical part of the equation but a small part of the puzzle when compared to the importance of working with the right experts.

As our community knows better than most, technology without human intelligence does not change the world. The combination of the two does.

With over 40 years’ experience caring for tens of thousands of patients throughout Silicon Valley, Pacific Hearing Service is trusted by patients, physicians, and many local organizations.

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Dr. Jane Baxter & Dr. Deborah Clark

A young woman having a hearing evaluation at Pacific Hearing Service

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When Was Your Last Hearing Test?

Although we all regularly have our teeth checked, our cholesterol tested, and get a yearly physical, hardly any of us regularly test our hearing.

Yet with 1 in 8 Americans now having some form of hearing loss, we’re passionate about raising awareness of healthy hearing and of the first signs of hearing loss.

Hearing aids presentation by Pacific Hearing Service

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The Advancements in Hearing Technology

People are often surprised to learn that today’s hearing technology is very different from what they expect.

Hearing technology has progressed at the same pace as much of the technology that our community is famous for. Gone are the obtrusive devices of yesteryear. Now, with small and discreet designs, incredible sound quality, and features including smartphone connectivity and rechargeability, hearing devices are tiny technological marvels.

Tinnitus Treatment

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Speak to a Hearing Professional about Tinnitus

The perception of sound in our head or ears affects most of us at one time in our lives. Persistent ringing, humming, hissing, or buzzing can be one of the most frustrating issues. But there is hope.

We’ve developed a thorough diagnostic hearing and tinnitus evaluation to determine not only the causes, but to develop a plan using a multiplicity of available therapies. No one has to accept the old adage, “You’ll just have to live with it.”

What Our Patients

Have To say

"They have taken the protocol for COVID so seriously"

by Mary

"It is such a lovely, friendly place to come to. Thank you Pacific Hearing Service"

by Molly

"It is far better to have something to help you hear that to have nothing"

by Virginia

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FREE DOWNLOAD: THE SEVEN WAYS YOU CAN HELP THE MAN (OR ANYONE) IN YOUR LIFE WITH A HEARING LOSS

With hearing loss impacting 1 in 5 of us, the data suggests that at least one special person in our lives are struggling with hearing loss. The challenge is that it's often difficult for these people to admit that they have a challenge with their hearing or be open to seeking help.

That's why we have developed a free white-paper to help you to understand the different ways that you can support a loved one and encourage them to get the help that they need.

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