Monthly Archives: January 2012

Jodi vs Jodi vs Jodi…


Hearing aid suction devices are vacuum pumps specifically designed to clean cerumen and debris from hearing instrument receiver and microphone ports. Most are designed for use by the dispensing audiologist in the clinical environment although some models have been specifically designed … Continue reading

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2011 in Review


Once again, the stats helper monkeys at WordPress.com reviewed how my blog performed in 2011 and here is the quick update. The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people.  My blog was viewed approximately 30,000 times in … Continue reading

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Visually Represent Audiology in Your Office!


Spruce up your office in the new year with some audiology-related artwork.  The Art of Hearing is a series of bright, colorful, and educational images of the ear designed to be displayed in your clinical practice as a  unique means of educating your patient’s understanding … Continue reading

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Making the Best of My Limited Hobbies – guest post by Gus Mueller


It’s the start of another New Year, and of course that’s the time when one thinks (at least a little, maybe) about making lifestyle changes.  Eating healthier, getting more exercise, saving money, and all those kind of things.  I recently … Continue reading

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