Nashville hearing care center, Hearing Services of Nashville, encourages Nashville residents who may be suffering from hearing loss to schedule an appointment today and check out the Oticon Intiga hearing aid.
Online PR News – 01-June-2012 – Nashville, Tennessee – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
(PR.COM) NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – MAY 24, 2012 – Nashville audiology center, Hearing Services of Nashville, http://www.HearingServicesOfNashville.com, is proud to offer Oticon’s newest hearing aid device, the Oticon Intiga(i). The Nashville audiologists at Hearing Services of Nashville are committed to providing the best hearing aid technology and offer quality hearing care solutions for those who suffer from hearing loss.
The Oticon Intiga(i) hearing aid is the new super tiny, ultra sleek, high-performance hearing aid device from Oticon, a leading hearing aid manufacturer. Intiga’s high-speed sound processing chip and wireless technology work in sync with patient’s brain to help them classify, select and follow the sounds and voices they want to hear, and cancel any unnecessary background noise. Hearing aid users that have had the opportunity to use the Oticon Intiga have already given the hearing aid device positive feedback.
In addition to quality of life benefits, the Oticon Intiga(i) hearing aid has a discreet size and style which appeals to hearing aid users looking for a nearly invisible hearing aid. Intiga’s small, sleek ergonomic design hides easily behind the ear and is comfortable to wear throughout the day. The fully automatic technology also means there are no buttons to adjust. Intiga is available in 13 colors ranging from subtle shades that blend to complement natural skin and hair tones to more vibrant contemporary colors including terracotta, vivid lilac and natural henna.
If you or someone you know is suffering from hearing loss, now is definitely the best time to become a hearing aid user. If you are looking to get a hearing aid and have started researching the different hearing aid devices available, you may have found that the hearing aid devices are completely different than what they used to be. Hearing aid technology has truly come into the 21st century. The hearing aids now available include some pretty remarkable features and look nothing like they did even just ten years ago. With the wireless connection features that most hearing aids have now a days, you can even use your hearing aid device with your cellular phone, television, and computer.
“Hearing Services of Nashville offers the complete line of Oticon hearing aid products, including the Oticon Intiga, Oticon Agil, Oticon Acto, Oticon Connect Line and many other popular Oticon hearing aid devices,” explains Dr. Andrea Alderson, Owner and Doctor of Audiology at Hearing Services of Nashville. “By offering a wide variety of choices in digital hearing aids, we are able to provide our hearing loss patients with the ability to choose between styles, technology and price points to find the best hearing aid that will suit their lifestyle and personal preferences.”
For additional information about the Oticon Intiga hearing aid or to schedule an appointment at Hearing Services of Nashville, please visit http://www.HearingServicesOfNashville.com.
About Hearing Services of Nashville:
Founded in 2011, Hearing Services of Nashville is an audiology medical center located in Nashville, Tennessee. Hearing Services of Nashville offers a variety of hearing impaired services used to measure the presence or absence of hearing loss as well as offering quality hearing loss treatments for those who have a hearing impairment or suffer from hearing related disorders. Our goal at Hearing Services of Nashville is to make our patients lives more enjoyable through improved hearing.
Dr. Andrea Alderson earned her doctoral degree from the University of Florida. She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Tennessee and her Master’s program at East Tennessee State University. Dr. Alderson holds a certificate of clinical competence (CCC-A) and is a licensed audiologist in the state of Tennessee. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology (F-AAA). She is an active member of the American Speech Language Hearing Association, the American Academy of Audiology, and the Academy of Doctors of Audiology.
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