Patient Centered and Results Oriented.
At A Advanced Hearing Care, more often than not, patients become more; they become friends. That's the energy you immediately feel when walking into A Advanced Hearing Care. You are greeted with a warm "hello and how can we help you."
Reverend Horace Lyndsay is one of those patient relationships that became more. His hearing care brought him in, but the mutual friendship, level of care and results are what keeps him coming back.
With hearing aids in both ears, his oversized equipment was uncomfortable and not very technologically advanced. "I have hearing aids in both ears, but I was still having trouble hearing. I went to a couple of places, but I couldn't get what I wanted," he explains. "I still couldn't hear too well."
Then he found Dan. He made an appointment and new immediately this was the right hearing aid specialist for him. "Dan was so kind," says Rev Lyndsay. "and he made me feel comfortable. I felt so at ease, I could relate to him, and he did everything possible to let me know I could trust him."
"As a practicing pastor, Rev. Lyndsay has to function in some very unique listening environments, from the quiet bedside of a sickbed visit to delivering a sermon and having to be able to understand the music and the cues in his own services," says Dan.
"We used high-powered Sona receiver-in-the-canal instruments for him. They have about a quarter of the overall weight and mass of what we replaced, yet their acoustic capabilities are far greater that the reveredn's old instruments. In fact, he had difficulty hearing not he phone before he came to us, but now you wouldn't even know he has a hearing aids if you talk to him on a cell phone or landline.
"He is not only a professional, he's family. I would recommend Dan Taylor to anyone. If you need someone you can trust, go see him and he will take care of you."