In an effort to keep you up-to-date on the latest news concerning hearing loss and related disorders, Timpanogos Hearing & Balance frequently posts blog articles. Check back often for updates!

Hearing Services You Need

Hearing loss is a serious condition with far-reaching consequences. Proper management is necessary in order to prevent complications and ensure you continue to lead a quality life. If you’ve been diagnosed with hearing loss in Spanish Fork, you’ll need an audiologist who can provide a wide range of hearing services. Don’t worry – we’ve got […]

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Why Hearing Aids and Heat are a Dangerous Combination

With summer in full swing, if you’re like most people in American Fork, Utah, you’re probably spending a lot of time outdoors enjoying the weather. While summer sunshine is great if you’re into swimming, boating, hiking or barbecuing, it’s not such a good thing if you wear hearing aids. Heat and humidity can negatively impact […]

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Stand Up to Noise Pollution

American Fork and cities around the country have one thing in common – noise pollution. The world is full of sounds. The problem arises when these sounds become too loud. Excessive noise can pose a danger to your health and well-being according to a number of organizations including  the World Health Organization, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association […]

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Better Hearing & Speech Month

Memorial Day is almost here and you know what that means – it is Better Hearing & Speech Month! Per the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), the theme for this year’s month-long event is  “Communication for All.” While this topic is applicable to anyone in Spanish Fork or around the country with hearing loss, it is […]

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Four Reasons You Should Invest in Your Hearing Health

If you are reading this blog, it’s a pretty safe assumption that you or someone you love has hearing loss. After all, nearly 48 million people in American Fork and throughout the country suffer from it. Now, even though so many people have hearing loss, only about 20 percent actually do anything about it. While […]

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