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What is your favorite sound?

June 17th, 2020

What is your favorite sound in the world?  Your favorite song?  A loved one’s laughter?  Waves crashing on the beach?  Life is filled with so many amazing sounds;it would be a shame to miss them. 

Take a moment to think about what sounds that made an impact on your life.  Whether it be a story told by your grandfather, the first dance with your spouse at your wedding, or the cries of your child. Whatever sound you think of, think about how much that meant to you and how different your life would be if you missed it.

If you’re one of the millions of people with hearing loss, there is no reason why you should.  We know so much more about hearing loss today than we have in the past and the technology to solve those issues are at its best.  At MMC, we have hearing aids and communication solutions designed to help those with hearing loss.  Some of the advanced features of hearing aids available today include direct connectivity to smart phones, rechargeable batteries, and the ability to drown out background noise.

We know how hearing can change a person’s life.  We see it every day.  And every day we come to work to help our friends, family, neighbors, and community hear those sounds that enrich their lives. 

Megan is originally from the western suburbs of Chicago, but is very excited to relocate to middle Tennessee with her husband.  Megan earned her Doctorate of Audiology degree in 2013 from Illinois State University.  Since then, she has worked for one of the top hearing aid manufacturers performing research and development for upcoming hearing aid technology and various ENT clinical settings across the Chicago land area.  In her free time she enjoys spending time with her husband and stepson, cooking, shopping and cheering for the Chicago Cubs!

Posted by Murfreesboro Medical Clinic | Topic: ENT  | Category: ENT
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