Syms expands reach of Arizona Hearing Center in Valley

“Being able to hear again has changed my life for the better.” It’s a powerful statement, yet often the typical reaction from the more than 12,000 patients who have visited Arizona Hearing Center over the past decade.

Dr. Mark Syms

Dr. Mark Syms

Ask any one of them about the care they received from Dr. Mark Syms and his team and many will tell you, it has not only improved their health and well-being but also the overall quality of their life.

With a practice in downtown Phoenix on 3rd Street, and an ever growing demand to treat hearing loss, Dr. Syms and the Arizona Hearing Center announced an expansion of services with a new office opening in Sun City West in early August. Dr. Syms is widely considered to be the state’s top hearing loss expert and one of the national leaders on the subject. Dr. Syms does not sell hearing aids, but instead treats hearing loss.

Across the street from Del Webb Hospital in Sun City West, at 14418 W. Meeker Blvd., the new office will open Aug. 1 with a grand opening celebration planned for later this fall.

Dr. Syms, who has revolutionized new options for patients suffering from hearing loss said the expansion into Sun City West was a crucial and necessary move to treat Arizona’s growing elderly population.

“It just made sense when you consider most people wait 8 to 12 years before seeking any kind of medical help for hearing loss,” said Dr. Syms, a resident of Paradise Valley.

“Rather than just simply fitting a device, my practice wants to get to the root of what is causing the hearing loss so we can provide the most cutting-edge technology and treatment for all types of hearing loss.”

Since March of this year, Dr. Syms’ Arizona practice is the only one in the state to use EarLens. While other hearing aids use a small speaker to amplify sounds, the EarLens Hearing Aid uses light and a small lens placed on your eardrum to directly activate your natural hearing system.

“Hearing loss not only affects the individual, but family and friends as well. In order to provide the highest-quality care, we rely on three basic core values: empathy, education, and excellence are paramount when building solutions to treat your hearing loss. We take time to answer your questions and carefully explain possible treatments, because it’s important for all of our patients to be well-informed about their hearing loss and treatment options,” said Syms.

Go to www.azhear.com or call 602-307-9919.

Editor’s note: Mrs. Parks-Sturgeon is a public relations professional at Rose, Moser & Allyn Public and Online Relations

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