Hearing Specialists Show You the Best Solutions for You—Because One Size Doesn’t Fit All.
Every hearing loss is different because every patient is different. For example, someone who spends most of their time in the garden, reading, and watching television has different needs than someone who likes to go to parties, cycles and loves being front row at a concert. If both of those people have an identical hearing test, they may not benefit from the same hearing aid.
Providing Specialized Help For Individualized Treatment
1. Identifying Your Needs
Before we even perform a physical exam and hearing assessment, we want to learn about you. What’s your lifestyle like? What activities do you do, and where do you spend time doing them? What have you given up because you can’t hear?
The right treatment plan, which may include hearing aids, addresses your individual needs. Your life is multi-faceted, and so is your listening environment; we recommend models that meet your changing needs head-on.
2. Recommending the Latest Models
After we’ve analyzed your test results, we’ll discuss solutions if a hearing loss is detected. We work with multiple hearing aid manufacturers, and every model is a little different. What do they have in common? They all meet current FDA regulations for medical devices. They are very different from anything that would be purchased as a “hearable” or “listening device” without the support of a medical professional.
3. Professional Ongoing Support
Hearing aids are just the beginning of your unique, individualized and comprehensive treatment plan. Our providers work with you to make sure your hearing aids are comfortable, correctly adjusted and that you have the training to use and benefit from their specific technologies.
We provide ongoing support and counseling for you and your family to assist you in acclimating to your new hearing device. The world is full of sounds; we’re here to help you hear them all.
Call Golden State Hearing Aid Center at (209) 287-3272 for more information or to schedule an appointment.
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