Hearing Loss Prevention for Musicians

As a musician, you often encounter prolonged exposure to loud music and noise. This puts you at a higher risk for hearing loss. Here are some ways to preserve your hearing, and continue to enjoy listening, playing, and performing music for years to come.

  • Limit exposure to loud music and noise.
  • Let your ears rest for 5 minutes after a concert or rehearsal.
  • Wear In Ear Monitors (IEM’s) when performing live. IEM’s provide acoustic isolation, allowing
    your monitor mix to be heard clearly at a lower volume, while protecting your ears from loud
    stage noise.
  • Listen to your TV, stereo (car and home), smartphone, etc. at lower volume.
  • Use ear protection/ear plugs, when exposed to loud environments such as concerts, or when
    near motorized lawn equipment, powertools, firearms, and fireworks.
  • Don’t use cotton swabs to clean wax out of your ear canal. This may damage your eardrum.
  • Find ways to manage stress, such as physical exercise, to alleviate the effects of tinnitus.
  • Have your hearing evaluated regularly.

Pricing

  • Impressions (or molds) – $70
  • Excessive wax removal and cleaning – $95
  • Impression shipping – $30 for 2 business day with tracking
    (more if overnight is desired)
  • Filtered hearing protection or Musician ear plugs – starting at $200
    plus tax
  • In Ear Monitors (IEMs) – $500-$2,800
  • 3D impressions for IEM’s – call us for pricing
  • Hearing evaluations including high frequency testing can be UP TO $115
    and are billable to insurance

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