Scott Becker is a 63-year-old patient who recently underwent treatment for hearing loss at South Florida ENT Associates. Scott didn’t know what level of hearing loss he was experiencing and thought that the condition was something that only manifests in people in their 70’s or 80’s. Little did he know that his hearing loss that had impacted his ability to connect with family, friends, and even nature. He was shocked to discover just how severe his hearing loss had become when he was tested for his hearing.

Fortunately, Scott's journey towards better hearing began when he reached out to South Florida ENT Associates. Our skilled team conducted a thorough hearing assessment and recommended the use of hearing aids to amplify sounds and help Scott improve his sensory neural hearing loss.

The Role of an ENT Physician in Audiology 

After a successful fitting, Scott noticed an improvement in his hearing right away. He was able to connect with his family and friends in a way that he had not been able to do in years. He could participate in conversations with ease and was able to enjoy the sounds of nature on a walk with friends like he hadn’t in a long time.

Scott's story is a testament to the importance of seeking treatment for hearing loss. Many people, like Scott, are unaware of the severity of their hearing loss and the impact it can have on their daily lives. By seeking out professional help, individuals with this condition can take control of their hearing health and improve their quality of life.

A Life Changing Event – Hearing Again

Hearing aids are a common solution for hearing loss and can be customized to fit an individual's specific needs. They work by amplifying sounds and making them clearer and more distinguishable. With advancements in hearing aid technology, today's hearing aids are more effective and discreet than ever before, making them a viable option for individuals of all ages.

The Importance of a Lifelong Hearing Consultant

If you or someone you know is struggling with hearing loss, it's important to seek out professional help. A hearing assessment from a qualified audiologist can help determine the severity of the hearing loss and the best course of treatment. With the right treatment, like hearing aids, individuals with hearing impairment can improve their hearing and stay connected to the world around them.

Learn more about Dr. Ariel Grobman

Back to Blog

With 37 convenient locations across the South Florida area, we’re never far away.

Find your ENT Request Appointment
Contact us media
Accessibility: If you are vision-impaired or have some other impairment covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act or a similar law, and you wish to discuss potential accommodations related to using this website, please contact our Accessibility Manager at (305) 558-3724.