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Hit a Home Run for Hearing Health — Ahlberg Audiology Shares Tips for Spring

As the crack of the bat heralds the start of baseball season this April, it is important that ball fans step up to the plate regarding hearing health and ensure they don’t miss a single moment of the action. With Major League Baseball heading into full swing shortly, these are valuable tips to help baseball enthusiasts hear their best during this exciting season.

From the roar of the crowd to the whoosh of a fast pitch, clear hearing plays a big part in the overall enjoyment of watching a baseball game, but the stadium atmosphere can be loud and challenging for those with hearing loss.

Prioritize Your Hearing Health

Have your hearing checked by a doctor of audiology well before the first match-up of the season. We’ll test your hearing and, if need be, work with you to improve any hearing loss, tinnitus, or balance issues.

Protect Your Ears

Consider custom ear protection to reduce crowd noise while maintaining the clarity of sound.

Plan Ahead

If you’re lucky enough to travel to a game, choose a hearing-loss-friendly MLB stadium. There are several of them across the U.S. and Canada. Root for your favorite MLB team at one of these thoughtful venues:

  • Petco Park — San Diego, CA
    Home stadium to the Padres, Petco Park offers assistive listening devices, which you can find field-level at the Guest Services Centers.
  • Rogers Centre — Toronto, ON
    Home of the Toronto Blue Jays, and the first stadium to have a fully retractable motorized roof, this multipurpose stadium has TTY telephones that allow fans to message through typing.
  • Yankee Stadium — New York, NY
    Travel to the Bronx for this facility that offers a range of assistive listening devices, including ear speakers, stereo headsets, and neck loops.
  • Coors Field — Denver, CO
    This 76-acre field in Denver is home to the Colorado Rockies. You can pick up devices to assist with hearing at the Guest Relations Center.

From Opening Day to the Postseason, don’t let hearing loss strike you out.

For more information on protecting your hearing, or to schedule a hearing consultation, please our office at (423-641-0956 to schedule an appointment.

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