Having hearing aids doesn’t just affect me – it impacts my family and friends, who are my world. One must think both selfishly and unselfishly when deciding whether or not to pursue hearing help. (Chuck is) A perfectionist; he works hard to get it right. He does not sell to just sell, he makes sure that my hearing is truly helped in the best way possible. I have referred several people to Mr. Reger and those who followed up have remarked to me how glad they are they went!
Hearing aids have allowed me the opportunity to continue working. I no longer feel isolated from others at work or home.
I have had hearing instruments for 13 years. I couldn’t function through life without them. Remember, it’s not when you are ready to get them, it’s when your loved ones and friends say you need to have them.
When I became acquainted with Charles Reger a number of years ago, it was obvious that he was already a well-trained and excellent Audiologist, but, equally important to me, he quickly became a good friend.
I’ve been with Chuck Reger for more than 10 years. In my profession, I meet many hearing-impaired people and regularly recommend Chuck to them. As in many professions, knowing whom you can trust with your healthcare is “insider information”. Chuck is ethical, attentive and willing to go the extra mile to ensure your hearing aid fitting and follow-ups are the best they can be. I have no reservations using or recommending his services.