Articles By Dr. Murphy
With the occurrence of coronavirus in late 2019 (COVID-19) and subsequent Worldwide pandemic spread, we have been confronted with learning the history of progression and steps to protect ourselves while living our daily lives. We know the disease arose from Wuhan,...
The old saying, to delay is to deny is never more applicable than a person who should be considering the pursuit of better hearing. Some may make time for cleaning out a closet, organizing the garage, ridding the basement of excess stuff, completing paperwork, or addressing neglected chores. However, people with hearing problems will deny it and put off making the time for a hearing test.
For better or worse, our lives change in an instant. Whether those changes are something we make or have been thrust upon us, we adapt and move forward. These moments can be a new life, a death, an accident, a planned move, a new venture, unexpected news, or an idea....
For almost three decades I have advised every patient to get their hearing checked annually. Many do. Most do not. Some never do. Why should I care?
However, I care and we should all care about better hearing
There are some people that believe that certain professional hearing services, like those provided by Dr. Murphy, are free. However, all professional hearing services incur a fee to insurance companies and patients.
When a person comes to the realization they need assistance with hearing difficulty, their first step is critical for success. In consumer fashion, some fall for the loss leader trap in an advertisement featuring a lowball price on hearing aids and a free test from a...
Take a personal inventory of the positives and negatives of your hearing and how it affects you and those you interact with every day.
This article highlights the updates in health insurnace
Dr. Murphy explores the nuances of the Over-The-Counter Hearing Aid Act of 2017, brings medical truths to the oft-misunderstood debate, and helps to accurately explain the complexity of the legal jargon.
The realizations that patients come to in terms of their hearing loss can take a variety of forms. There is often a moment of epiphany, that I also learn from when I see it in a patient. This article explores a few such stories.