Hearing Aid Review by Ken Roper, PGA Golf Professional

Ken Roper’s Hearing Aid Review

In this video, we will check out Ken Roper’s Hearing Aid Review. He shares his story as well as why he loves coming to Hearing Group. Ken Roper has been a PGA Golf Professional for 55 years. His hearing aids are helping him keep doing what he loves: play golf! Ken has been a Hearing Group patient for about six years now, and he’s still loving HG! His hearing aids help him communicate with people better. He is also able to stay involved with his friends on the golf course as well as with his family.
Above all, keeping active is so important to a person’s health. This is because hearing better is just one aspect of keeping the brain busy and for a better life.

Getting Your Hearing Checked Annually Should Be Part Of Your Wellness Check

Just because we don’t want to admit that we are having trouble with our hearing doesn’t mean that it isn’t happening. People of all ages can experience hearing loss and changes to their hearing. Whether it be from loud concerts, ball games, or work environments, we all suffer from noise pollution in one sense or another. Consider this:

  • 12.5% of American children between the ages of 6 and 19 have had their hearing permanently damaged from overexposure to loud noise
  • About 14% of American adults between the ages of 45 and 64 have some type of hearing loss
  • Also, 30-40% American adults over the age of 65 have some type of hearing loss
  • In addition, 50% of American adults over the age of 75 have some type of hearing loss

Hearing loss is not something we should take lightly. In most cases, the longer you wait to see a hearing care professional, the more difficulty you will have when you do get help. It’s also been linked to many different health concerns. Things like heart disease, dementia, depression, sleep apnea, and brain shrinkage, to name a few.

How Hearing Loss Affects Earning Potential

Untreated hearing loss can decrease your earning power and create tensions in your workplace relationships. Your personal relationships may also suffer if hearing loss goes untreated. Communication with your friends and family will become strained and this can lead to frustration and aggravation. However, when we take action to address hearing loss it makes all the difference in the world. The use of hearing aids has been shown to improve cognitive function, combat personal and professional setbacks, and improve your overall quality of life.

Act Now, Don’t Delay

The sooner you know you have hearing loss, the sooner you can take the action needed to find the right solution for you. In addition, the sooner you find that solution, the less time you?ll spend isolated, disconnected, and at risk for other health concerns. Testing your hearing annually will give you the peace of mind you are doing everything in your power to take care of your health, and maintain your quality of life.

Whether you think you might have hearing loss or have just never had your hearing checked, take the first step to maintain your lifestyle and call Hearing Group today to schedule your FREE hearing evaluation or simply fill out our and we will reach out to you.


Do you have a Hearing Aid Review you would like to share? We would love to hear it. You can check out more hearing aid reviews here.

Jesse Hidalgo, BC-HIS

Jesse is Board Certified in Hearing Instruments and has built over 25 practices during his business career starting in 1998. Using his training in Hearing Instrument Sciences he has helped thousands of patients across those practices hear better.
Published: October 11, 2019

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Noise Can Damage More Than Hearing
Loud noise is not only bad for your ears but can play a negative role in your overall health. Exposure to loud and annoying sounds can affect our blood pressure, cause headaches, cause irritability, and even cause fatigue. When we hear a sound that is annoying to us,...
Making the Most of Your Appointments
Just like your car, your hearing aids and hearing health can benefit from routine care and maintenance. After a hearing aid fitting, you are likely to be asked to come back for follow-up appointments. These routine visits offer great opportunities for you to ask your...
What to Ask Your Hearing Aid Specialist
Coming to terms with your hearing loss isn’t easy. Chances are you’ve put off going to the hearing aid clinic for as long as you could. In that time, you probably got used to living with hearing loss. Wearing a hearing aid can feel overwhelming at first. It’s a big...
Tips on Tinnitus Relief
How Do I Improve Tinnitus? Nearly 30 million Americans suffer from tinnitus. Tinnitus is a condition known to cause ringing, buzzing, and other noises in the ear. During the day, these sounds aren’t as noticeable. But when nighttime rolls around and you should be...
Why Do My Ears Feel Clogged?
Reasons for that Clogged Ear Feeling Are you having issues with your ears? Do they feel stuffy and clogged? Are you suffering from sudden hearing loss or difficulty hearing? There could be a simple reason for this – impacted earwax, a sinus infection or something...
Acupuncture for Hearing Loss & Tinnitus: Does it Really Work?
Acupuncture is an ancient medical treatment that began in China. This therapy involves sticking small needles in very specific parts of the body. It may be used to treat pain and help with other conditions. A person with hearing loss may want to try acupuncture for...
Studies on Hearing Loss & Injuries
Hearing loss is an issue that affects millions of people and there are various causes that some might not have considered. This article is going to highlight a few of the symptoms associated with hearing loss, certain causes, possible treatments, and the benefits of...
Hearing Loss Cures of the Past
There is a long list of past "treatments" for hearing loss. It's important to note that none of these were ever scientifically proven to work and can, in most cases, actually do more harm than good. Thankfully, doctors, today do not prescribe such bizarre remedies....
Ear Infections & Hearing Loss
Ear infections are more often seen in children than in adults, although untreated infections in adults can be more serious. Infection of an adult ear should be carefully diagnosed and monitored by a physician to lower the risks of problems. There are certain factors,...
Conductive Hearing Loss: Signs, Causes, and Treatments
Parts of the Ear There are three basic parts of the ear: Outer ear - the outermost portion of the ear Middle ear - found between the inner and outer ear, includes the Ossicles, Malleus, Incus, and Stapes Inner ear - The innermost portion of the ear consisting of the...
Call Now Button