The Sound Of Your World

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Miracle-Ear hearing consultant Joe Vario and his receptionist, Donna, take pleasure in helping people enjoy life again. The Miracle-Ear office is located at 1107 S. Beeline Hwy., Suite 3, and is open Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Telephone: (928) 474-5158.

Only you know how your world sounds. Ken Dahlberg, a highly decorated World War II triple ace pilot, 65 years ago set out to “Help every person suffering from man’s oldest incurable disease, that silent, painless destroyer of human communication ... deafness.”

With that objective in mind, Dahlberg created Miracle-Ear, the most trusted name in the hearing aid industry. Millions of people every day across America trust Miracle-Ear to provide attentive service and innovative products.

For most people, hearing aids are a big step. Unfortunately, some people do not want to admit they have a hearing loss. Other times it is vanity, but more likely the person does not realize they have a hearing loss. Hearing loss, for the most part, comes on gradually and often times it is family and friends that notice the hearing loss first. That’s why Miracle-Ear offers a free hearing test. You can find out for yourself — are people mumbling or are you not hearing as clearly as you should?

Miracle-Ear has been serving the Payson area for more than 20 years. The Miracle-Ear office in Payson is open five days a week, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Joe Vario, the hearing consultant at Miracle-Ear, and Payson resident for more than 12 years, says he takes pleasure in his work “because I am able to help people enjoy life again. I will personally will sit down with you and discuss your hearing difficulties. My goal is to listen and clearly understand your concerns and needs.”

To schedule your appointment for a complimentary hearing test, call the Payson Miracle-Ear office at (928) 474-5158. Miracle-Ear is located at 1107 S. Beeline Hwy., Suite 3

“When you lose your vision, you lose contact with things. When you lose your hearing, you lose contact with people.” — Helen Keller

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