Vegas Hearing

702-732-3800
301 North Pecos Rd., Suite G
Henderson, NV 89074
Hours: Mon. – Fri. 9:00am – 5:00pm
Book Now

Hearing Health Blog

Since the passage of the  Individuals with Disabilities in Education Act (IDEA)  in 1975, the number of children mainstreamed into public schools with hearing loss has increased dramatically. About 75 percent of children with hearing loss are now mainstreamed into public schools, and about half of those children spend the majority of the day in a “hearing” classroom. Many specialized professionals support kids with

Read More


 you don’t wear your hearing aids when you’re playing your favorite sport or working out at the gym, maybe you should reconsider. Athletes such as Derrick Coleman (fullback for the Seattle Seahawks), Tamika Catchings (Indiana Fever and Olympic Gold Medalist) and professional rugby player, Mat Gilbert, wear their hearing devices when they play. And, while you may not be participating

Read More


What’s the number one complaint hearing care professionals hear from their new patients with hearing loss? Ask them and they’ll likely say it’s, “I can hear but I can’t understand.” If this is what you’re experiencing, you may wonder if you have a hearing loss. Don't miss another chance to connect with those you love! Hearing loss is complicated because

Read More


After a long cold winter, we might welcome the warm temperatures but for hearing aids, summer is no picnic. The arrival of warm weather brings special concerns that require changes in how you care for your hearing aids. Enjoy the inviting pool, but remove your hearing aids first! How does summer hearing aid care differ from winter hearing aid care? Winter hearing aid maintenance should include keeping

Read More


8 rousing reasons to put a hearing test at the top of your “done” list Of all the life hacks for better living, taking care of your hearing is among the smartest — and it yields an incredible ROI. In short, getting a hearing test is worth it. No matter what your age, untreated hearing loss can take its toll.

Read More


Bringing earplugs to that next concert is more than a good idea, it should be a must, says the  Better Hearing Institute  (BHI).  Research shows that earplugs not only help music-lovers avoid post-concert “ringing in the ears” (tinnitus), but also the temporary hearing loss that comes after exposure to loud music or noise. BHI reminds concert-goers that “temporary” hearing loss

Read More


One of summer’s greatest pleasures is a trip to the local farmers’ market. Strolling among the stalls laden with colorful, crispy, crunchy fruits and vegetables is a feast for the senses. Yes, your local farmer’s market is overflowing with summer’s bounty. But did you know that a trip to the farmers’ market can benefit your hearing? Summer produce picked ripe

Read More


If you work in manufacturing, construction, or even in certain jobs within the service sector, you probably already know you work in a loud environment. But here is what you might not know: every year, 30 million people in the United States are exposed to dangerous noise levels at work. Thousands of people endure hearing loss as a result of these high

Read More


When you think of Independence Day, the first thing that comes to mind is probably fireworks. After spending the day swimming, playing and barbecuing, many of those in the United States will soon be heading out to ooh and aah over a display of colorful and exciting pyrotechnics. But whether you are watching a professional fireworks show or have purchased

Read More


Summer can bring a host of personal safety issues. We protect ourselves from the heat by seeking shade and staying hydrated. We protect ourselves from the sun by being vigilant about wearing sunscreen. We protect ourselves from mosquitoes by slathering on bug repellant. But as we go about our summer activities, how many of us think about protecting our hearing? The

Read More