Nothing to Lose, So much to Gain

  • Irmo, SC (803) 749-6017
  • Orangeburg, SC (803) 531-6403
  • Now Open: Santee, SC (803) 531-6403
  • Now Open: Newberry, SC (803) 597-5136

We value our patients and want everyone to be safe. We will be happy to see any patient that is in need of our service. Service is our #1 priority!

Thank you, Robin Hutson - Owner

Hearing Health Blog

In every aspect of our lives, we are surrounded by noise. The more you listen to loud sounds or excessive noise, the likelier it is to affect your hearing. There is a connection between excessive noise and hearing loss, but it's important to note that hearing loss can be temporary, as well as permanent. And specifically, in relation to exposure

Read More


At some point in their lives, over 300 million people around the world will struggle with depression. It is often the result of other conditions including anxiety, stress and isolation. However, one possible contribution which is often overlooked and left untreated by health professionals is hearing loss.  While there are many things that can trigger depression, hearing loss is just

Read More


Hearing loss can be a traumatic thing for people to experience, but the good news is that there are so many options for dealing with this these days. You have a lot you can do when it comes to trying to improve your hearing or boost your quality of life as someone experiencing hearing loss. The first thing you need

Read More


It can be all too easy to take a sense like hearing for granted. You use your ears all the time in everyday life, though most people will only put real thought into this part of their body when there is something wrong with it. No one is immune to hearing loss, with most people finding that their ears steadily

Read More


Hearing loss is a condition which many of us experience at some point in our lives. Sometimes, like when we attend a loud concert or visit a nightclub or bar where they play loud music, it’s fleeting and temporary. Yet, as we get older, we can experience a more permanent, but altogether less noticeable form of hearing loss. And when

Read More