Cochlear implant gives Columbus man the gift of music

At the age of 60, Vincent decided to get a consultation for a cochlear implant. "My regret is that I waited too long," Vincent said. He was given the implant through outpatient surgery. Immediately, his love for music reappeared. "That memory of music never goes away," he said.

Vincent is now taking violin and piano lessons and practices an hour a day.

Having a cochlear implant has brightened his life and allowed him the joy of music again.

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