WE ARE RE-OPENING OUR CENTERS.

Following guidelines of local, state and federal health officials, the CDC and the WHO, we have begun re-opening our hearing centers. However, the health of our patients, hearing care professionals and associates remains our top priority. For more information and a list of the locations that are open, click here.

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Hearing Aid Insurance to Protect Your Investment

Today, numerous insurance plans are helping to reduce the costs associated with treating hearing loss and gaining better hearing through hearing aid technology. At Hearing Rehab Centers, we happily work with a large number of local and national insurance plans to ensure all patients are able to take advantage of their benefits. Below is a list of the major insurance providers we commonly support but… Read More

Categories: Hearing Test
Hearing Aid Styles and Models

We offer a wide variety of hearing aid styles to provide optimal comfort when worn. These styles include both in-the-ear and behind-the-ear options that come in many different sizes. Depending on the degree of your hearing loss, our invisible-in-canal size may be preferred as these small hearing aids sit comfortably in the ear canal and are nearly invisible when being worn. Below is a list… Read More

Categories: Hearing Aids
Job Description – Hearing Instrument Specialist

Job Description – Hearing Instrument Specialist

Categories: Hearing Aids
Could You Be Suffering From High Frequency Hearing Loss?

Your family members may have told you that they are concerned about your hearing. You may even have shrugged off their worries because your hearing problems “come and go.” You might have no trouble hearing the television, but repeatedly ask young children to repeat themselves. If you notice a difference in your hearing with different sounds, people, and environments, you could be suffering from high… Read More

Categories: Hearing Loss
How to Communicate with Someone Who Has Hearing Loss

Written by: Dr. Jamie Gilgren Communication is one of the most important aspects of our daily lives. Our ability to hear connects us to people, and when hearing loss is present, it can have an impact on our relationships. Hearing aids alone may not be enough to compensate for the communication difficulties people experience when hearing loss is present. Family members and friends of an individual… Read More

Categories: Hearing Loss
Better Living Through Better Hearing

Written by: Dr. Jamie Gilgren The sense of hearing is our gateway to communication with everyone and everything in our environment. All too often, as hearing sensitivity decreases, so can quality of life. When we do not hear conversations clearly, we tend to start pulling away from activities and events that once were enjoyable. Almost 50 million Americans have hearing loss in at least one ear,… Read More

Categories: Hearing Loss
Use It or Lose It!

Written by: Dr. Brock Sturlaugson Imagine a man who has not used his legs in many months trying to run a marathon. More than likely, he will not win or even finish the race. Why? The muscles in his legs have atrophied — his legs aren’t conditioned to run, so they can’t complete the task. Imagine a woman who has ignored her hearing loss for… Read More

Categories: Hearing Loss
What You Should Know About Diabetes and Hearing Loss

Written by: Dr. Jacki Reider Diabetes and hearing loss are two of America’s most widespread health concerns. Nearly 26 million people in the U.S. have diabetes, and about 36 million have hearing loss in one or both ears. The link between diabetes and hearing loss is becoming better understood with ongoing research. Individuals with diabetes are twice as likely to suffer from hearing loss as… Read More

Categories: Hearing Loss

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