Treating your hearing loss benefits your life in so many ways, from building stronger relationships to advancing your career to discovering your passions and making your dreams attainable. For people born with hearing loss, these achievements are a lifelong testament...
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It’s no secret that hand dryers installed in public bathrooms can seem rather loud, but we were blown away by a young scientist’s findings when she put the volume levels of 44 automated machines to the test in restrooms across...
They’re typically unexpected and can happen anytime. They sometimes end with a giggle but often are far more serious. They’re falls, and preventing them can help preserve your health and quality of life. So don’t miss this: We’ve got five...
In-the-ear. Behind-the-ear. Receiver-in-the-canal. Completely-in-the-canal. Today’s hearing aids not only offer wireless connectivity, directionality, near invisibility, and clearer sound than ever before, but they also come in a wider variety of styles to match your communication needs. Good thing, too, because...
Dr. Eric Hecker
Eric Hecker is a second generation Audiologist, following in his father’s footsteps, who started the first private Audiology practice in Virginia in 1974.Learn More
Dr. Jay Eackles
Dr. Jay Eackles has been a practicing audiologist since 1984. He spent 18 years as a solo audiologist working in Otolaryngology medical practices in Martinsville, VA and Hampton, VA.Prior to his employment with Dr. Hecker and Associates, he was a pediatric audiologist with the Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters.Learn More
Mrs. Theoni (Teresa) Graham earned both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in audiology from Radford University and has been practicing audiology in the Tidewater area for over 30 years.Learn More