There I was at the renowned and revered John Tracy Clinic here in Los Angeles, and audiologist Melissa Himmelman was putting an Interacoustics OtoRead probe into my right ear. I hadn’t gone there with the intent of getting tested. Instead I was
With deadlines looming, I can’t put this column off any longer. I’d considered waxing nostalgic about attending the ADA convention in Orlando last month—my first hearing industry event (which was exciting and enlightening). I’d debated
As I approach the end of my third week here as your new editor of Hearing Products Report, there is one thing I’ve learned: I have a lot to learn. Not about the tasks and duties of editing. Thankfully, I have some 15 years of experience
With the growing popularity of slim-tube and open-fit BTEs, as well as the shift to today’s digital hearing instruments, manufacturers of earmold and impression materials have had to adapt to continuous change.
Well, first things first: All evidence to the contrary, I am not trying to monopolize the editorial pages of HPR and its sister publication, The Hearing Review, with my big face (and mouth). Danielle Cohen, the previous editor of HPR, received “a