Ear to Ear Blog
The Ear to Ear Blog provides hearing healthcare topics from experts at Pacific Audiology Group as well as guest contributors from around the world! Short and easy-to-read blogs aim to keep you informed and efficient!
If you’re considering selling your private practice, we offer 6 valuable tips to help get you started.
A review of the most common conditions that are encountered while conducting cerumen management.
Occupational audiologist Cheri-Leigh Sewell outlines 10 things that she wishes every hearing care provider knew about hearing conservation.
PAG Co-Founder Amy Trusler shares six things she learned from having a baby the same year she founded her business.
Use our training plan to improve clinic productivity and to keep your support staff learning.
If you have ever thought of opening your own hearing clinic, we offer 7 valuable tips to help get you started.
In 6 easy steps, create a Facebook Business Page for your hearing clinic and reach new clients through social media.
How audiologists can maintain professional value by staying true to rehab, in a product based field.
We discuss the need for and use of head-worn systems, with a review of a few common types.
We asked a specialist what factors to consider when traditional hearing aid technology just isn’t enough.
Here is the ultimate guide to ear curette shapes and the intended applications of each shape.
We asked a tinnitus audiologist what 10 tips she would give other hearing care providers.
Taking a vacation can be challenging when you are a one-clinician business, so here is how to make it happen!
Time is of the essence as early interventions lead to better speech & language development.
Many earmold impression tools are unable to meet current reprocessing requirements.
On-the-job training without standardized education can be seen as cumbersome to audiologists.
The increasingly important role that hearing care professionals play in cerumen management.
Have you considered a blog of your own? We have, and we think it is just what Hearing Care Professionals (HCPs) need.