Hearing Aids Provider Offers Amplification Devices and Accessories
01/31/2013

The in-house audiologists at the practice can give the hearing-impaired options on which assistive listening devices can work best for them.

Online PR News – 31-January-2013 – Ontario – Ottawa, Ontario (January 24, 2013) – Advanced Hearing Group of Clinics is offering auditory amplification devices and accessories to assist the hearing-impaired. The practice strives to improve the quality of life of patients with their line of modern hearing aidsand diagnostic tools.

Hearing is an important facet of effective communication between people. People with auditory impairments usually have a difficult time accepting that they have a problem and might often have negative social experiences caused by miscommunication.

The in-house audiologists at the practice can give the hearing-impaired options on which assistive listening devices can work best for them. These include doorbell alerting systems, telephone amplifiers, and amplified fire and smoke detectors.

Moreover, the practice offers custom-made plugs designed to meet the needs of musicians, pilots, and athletes while providing optimal sound reproduction. Medical professionals recommend the use of earplugs when exposed to sound levels of 85 decibels and above.

The clinics employ a professional medical team that examines any type of hearing or balance concerns through a combination of conventional and neurophysiologic testing. They have an advanced testing facility operated by experienced staff members. They also stock an extensive product line of listening devices.

Additionally, they offer tinnitus treatment, testing, and therapy to help patients suffering from the condition. People who suffer from tinnitus perceive sound in the ears or head from a non-existent external source. An evaluation is done beforehand to determine when it happens and what makes it worse. Their doctors specialize in the management and treatment of the condition.

For more information on their products and services, visit www.AdvancedHearingAidClinic.com or call (613) 728-4327.

About Advanced Hearing Group of Clinics

The practice offers a state-of-the-art facility designed to help patients suffering from various auditory problems. They currently have three clinics in Ottawa, located in Carling Avenue, Metcalfe Street, and Draper Avenue. To schedule a test, contact (613) 728-HEAR or (613) 728-4327.