If not for Cynthia Whitehurst at the Mariemont Hearing Center, I would still be faking it. Many times over the past few years I would smile and nod, acting like I really could hear what someone was saying but often their words were a garbled collection of muffled sounds. I found myself asking â??What? Please? Could you repeat that?â?? People would perceive me as aloof or someone who really didn’t care about what they had to say.
I did not want to be that person anymore, so I walked into the Mariemont Hearing Center and met Cyndi Whitehurst. I knew immediately that if I was going to take the major step of wearing hearing aids I needed the help of someone who is smart, qualified and caring. I did not want some large-scale hearing aid operation where I am sitting in the waiting room with twenty other people. I wanted discreet, personal service, genuine reassurance and professional guidance. That is exactly what Mariemont Hearing Center is all about. I feel like I am her only patient.
Don’t fake it anymore.