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"That Hearing Aid Guy" to visit Pro Rehab twice a month

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James Carlson uses a Video Oto-Scope to examine James A. Jensen's ear canal for excess ear wax or any other problems in the ear canal.

Intermountain Hearing Centers, James A. Carlson has recently expanded his practice to Castle Dale. "That Hearing Aid Guy" has joined with Pro Rehab Physical Therapy to offer quality hearing care. Carlson is a Board Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist. He has more than 18 years of experience and has offices throughout Southeastern Utah. Carlson said, "with today's digital technology almost every hearing loss can be helped."

Carlson offers the new Audibel 100 percent digital hearing system. Which offers, multiple memory enhanced speech, reduction of background noises and cancellation of annoying feedback squeals. The new system is available in all sizes and features the completely in the canal style. He also services and cleans all batteries and hearing aids.

The Price and East Carbon Pro Rehab's are also going to be welcoming Carlson to their offices soon.

Hearing instruments ordered now will be ready for the holidays. Carlson will be opened for appointments starting Nov. 29 and will be at Pro Rehab every other Tuesday, You may call toll free at 1-866-440-6080 for an appointment.

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