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[05/06/20] We are excited to announce, after what seems like an eternity, we are reopening!! This Monday the 11th we will be opening to service and care for you again! This has been a difficult season and we are ready to get back to work. The schedule will be limited, and until further guidelines are given it will be by appointment only. Please give us a call to help you with your hearing needs. 479-890-4327
[03/19/20] We are living in very unprecedented times. As of Tuesday 3-17 Sound Advice Corporate has decided to temporarily close all 300+ clinics until April 6th. This is unfortunate to all of my patients, but I know it is for the best and will help the greater cause of minimizing spread and keeping people safe. My prayer is that in closing our clinics we can help lower the “curve” of spread and get back to business faster bc we did our part in slowing this down. My patients are my family and it hurts me greatly to close my doors on you. Please know this decision is out of my control and for the greater good. If you need anything please message me here and I will personally respond or email me directly at [email protected]. I pray for our Nation and our World to see God’s goodness and light during these dark and unique times. God bless and be safe. - Dr. Rachel Horne
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We're so glad to have Sound Advice Hearing Doctors partner with RVN to help keep our news free. #news #partner
When was your last hearing test? Helping your hearing can be life changing for more than just you!
We have moved!!!! We absolutely love the new space and location. Come see us and grab a cookie and coffee!! 106 S Inglewood Ave. We are beside Millard Henry, two buildings behind Rose Drug
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There are 4 common reasons that people wait so long to get hearing aids. These include denial, cost, appearance, and comfort. Do you feel like any of these reasons are holding you back? We are here to walk you through every step, so you don't feel like anything is keeping you from rediscovering sounds like never before!
This is truly amazing! That giggle is heart melting!
"I'm crying, you're crying, everyone is crying": Watch this baby girl get her first hearing aids – and giggle uncontrollably at the sound of her big sister's voice 💗 https://cbsn.ws/2spCdyh
Can anyone else relate?
October is National Hearing Protection Month! At least 10 million adults in the U.S. (6 percent of the population) under age 70—and perhaps as many as 40 million adults (24 percent)—may have hearing loss from noise in one or both ears. The good news is that you can take steps to protect your hearing. If you or know someone that may be experiencing symptoms of hearing loss, give us a call today...it all starts with a simple hearing evaluation. https://www.soundadvicehearing.com/services/custom-hearing-protection/
School is back in full swing and so are the activities your child or grandchild may be participating in! Get ready for the long days and nights at practice and games with rechargeable hearing aids. Hear every moment and be ready for life on the go. Come talk to me about upgrading your hearing aids or if you are due for a hearing test.
Music can be loud, regardless of genre, and musicians’ valuable ears are in the direct line of fire.
hearsmart.org Musicians are a special breed. They create incredible sounds that have the power to impact body and soul, whether that’s sending us to the dance floor or moving us to tears. Not too surprisingly, research has also shown that musicians, as a group, have pretty special ears.
Tips for going back to school with hearing loss. http://www.hearinglikeme.com/tips-going-back-school-hearing-loss/
hearinglikeme.com A new school year can be exciting, but it can also be overwhelming, especially for deaf students. Here are tips for going Back to School with Hearing Loss
If you mow your lawn weekly you might still be jeopardizing your hearing. Personal ear protection is essential for those who do regular yard work with loud mowers, weed-eaters and blowers, or for those who work regularly with power tools.
Being a teacher with hearing loss gives you a unique opportunity to teach students about empathy and hearing loss awareness from a young age.
hearinglikeme.com As a teacher with hearing loss, here are a few tips that I picked up during my time in the classroom to make your teaching experience the best it can be.
As an audiologist, I don't just sell you hearing aids. As a professional, I provide you with quality, professional care, and attention that makes your hearing experience in life more clear and enjoyable. Contact me today to schedule an appointment. Let's chat!
Invisibility is awesome at any age! Hearing aids are not just for seniors. Conditions such as tinnitus and hereditary hearing loss are common in adults. Discreet, practically invisible in-ear hearing aids could be the answer. https://www.soundadvicehearing.com/hearing-aids/
Everything is relative. Nearly all patients who believe that they have one "good" ear actually have two "bad" ears. http://www.betterhearing.org/hearingpedia/myths-about-hearing-loss
betterhearing.org Common myths about hearing loss can be misleading and discourage people from seeking treatment or getting hearing aids. Get the facts on hearing loss here.
Cotton swabs, pencils, ear buds, fingers and even DIY ear molds.
hearphonak.com Cotton swabs, pencils, ear buds, fingers and even DIY ear molds … there are a lot of items people like to stick in their ears. However, the need to stick items in ears can also lead to serious injuries, infections and even permanent hearing loss.
Incredible example for what hearing loss sounds like to our loved ones.
Make sure you get a baseline test of your hearing. Know what you’re missing.
Listen to this Flintstones video to hear how speech becomes more and more distorted with hearing changes: from a slight loss to a severe hearing loss. A person with a hearing loss may still hear some sounds, but will have trouble understanding speech. If you are 55+ schedule a baseline hearing test from an audiologist! Healthy Hearing starts with you!
Did Fido eat your hearing aid? Dogs getting to your device is more common than you think. 1. Contact your vet immediately as your pet's safety is a concern. 2. Call me to schedule an appointment. #ItSometimesHappens #SoundAdviceHearing https://www.soundadvicehearing.com/services/hearing-aid-repairs/
According to a newly released study, hearing aids could prevent more hospital trips for older adults.
hearinglikeme.com A new study by the University of Michigan about hearing aids and older adults suggest that hard of hearing older adults using hearing aids may have fewer hospital visits.
There's still plenty of days left to enjoy the water this summer. Don't forget to remove your hearing aids before jumping in! If by chance you got too excited...remove the aid from the water as quickly as possible – the less water that’s in it in the first place, the better chance it has to work again. Please give us a call for advice or if you are concerned your devices need to be repaired.
“So, like TV and movie captions, it’s worth exploring different podcast platforms to see which, if any, are captioned or provide a transcript. If there is no access, advocate.”
hearinglikeme.com Let’s face it; podcasts are part of the digital media frontier of accessibility for deaf and hard of hearing people. So what are we deaf folks to do?
What is that ringing in your ear? Did you know tinnitus has many causes including head and neck injuries, earwax build-up, noise exposure, and certain medications? While there is no cure for tinnitus, it is treatable. We offer tinnitus evaluation and management programs to help you through this diagnoses
Researchers found that women that followed the Alternate Mediterranean diet (AMED) and the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) diet lowered their risk of hearing loss by 30 percent compared to women who did not follow either one of those diets.
hearinglikeme.com A new study by Brigham and Women's Hospital found that the risk of hearing loss for women can decrease by eating a healthy diet.
Go out on the town with your hearing aids! New automatic hearing aid technology (auto sense) filters unwanted sound and allows you to hear what you really want and need to hear.
Sound Advice Hearing Doctors
Our Russellville clinic offers the best opportunities for clients to explore the range of possibilities that exist and go beyond the standard screenings that others offer. Our unparalleled approach ensures the best experience and care possible, providing the right solution custom fit for each client.
Dr. Rachel Horne received her Doctorate in Audiology from Missouri State University and finished her 4th year residency at Northwest Arkansas ENT, in Bentonville. She has over ten (10) years of clinical and patient experience. Dr. Horne is originally from Hot Springs and received her Bachelors of Science in Speech Language Pathology from Ouachita Baptist University. Dr. Horne has a broad scope of experience including Vestibular, Cochlear Implants, and Electrophysiology, but her passion is Hearing Aids. She has seen firsthand the results and understands the ability of hearing aids changing people’s lives in effective and positive ways. Dr. Horne is extremely knowledgeable in the newest technology; allowing her to effectively provide for each patient’s specific needs. The desire to help others is what drives her work ethic, and business. Since Dr. Horne both lives and practices in Russellville, she’s very excited to be serving her community and the residents of the River Valley.
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