About Joyce: Congratulations to Joyce for 25 years of service at Midwest ENT Centre! She has shared her expertise with various departments over the years, and is currently the Supervisor of the Billing Department. Joyce’s education includes being a Certified Professional Coder. She is married with 2 children and 3 step-children. Her hobbies and interests […]
Jill has been an employee at Midwest ENT Centre for 2 1/2 years.
She is a Certified Clinical Medical Assistant and currently works with Dr. Matthew Conoyer’s team.
Jill loves spending time with her husband and 3 children.&…
Missouri Humidity and Hearing Aids (Part 2) By Heather Meyer Unless you want to move, what can a hearing aid wearer do to maintain hearing aids in the humid climate of Missouri? 1. Protect the aids from situations where moisture is likely to be present: If possible, avoid wearing the hearing aid in wet, humid […]
Communication Disorders Common in Older Americans During May Is Better Hearing & Speech Month, Midwest ENT Centre is spotlighting the importance of early detection and treatment for communication disorders in older Americans. Roughly 40 million Americans experience these disorders. Speech/language or swallowing disorders may result from medical conditions, such as oral cancer, stroke, […]
Spring is in the air, and so are billions of tiny pollens that trigger allergy symptoms in millions of people. This condition is called seasonal allergic rhinitis, commonly referred to as hay fever. Hay fever can affect your quality of life. It can lea…
Jessica has been an employee at Midwest ENT Centre for 1-1/2 years working at the front desk as a receptionist.
She holds an Associate’s Degree in Applied Science.
Her family is very important to her, and she loves spen…
For children, the device generally consists of two parts: the hearing aid and the ear mold. The hearing aid contains all of the electronic parts (i.e. the microphone, amplifier, receiver, battery compartment). It generally has an earhook attached, whic…
Help! My ears feel full and I want to clean them myself, but …… DO NOT PUT ANYTHING SMALLER THAN YOUR ELBOW IN YOUR EARS! Many people want to use q-tips or bobby pins to clean their ears when they feel full. Using a q-tip or anything like that can actually make the fullness worse, […]