There are a number of different hearing healthcare professionals available, but each has different education and training requirements. An audiologist and a hearing instrument specialist (HIS) are two of the most common professionals when seeking treatment for hearing loss. To better understand which professional is best for you, it’s important to distinguish the differences between … Continue reading What Is The Difference Between An Audiologist And A Hearing Instrument Specialist (HIS)?
Yes, we work directly with top hearing aid manufacturing companies. Please contact us directly with any questions about your current hearing aids.
We pride ourselves in providing the latest technology in digital hearing aids at an affordable price. We minimize our cost of operations by eliminating the restraints of a traditional office, this allows for savings to be passed along to our patients.
We understand that in order for you to benefit from your hearing devices, routine maintenance and adjustments are necessary. We create a personalized follow up plan with each patient based on their individual needs.
Unfortunately, no. Even though today’s hearing aids are designed to accommodate a substantial range of hearing losses and help people hear better, they do not prevent further loss of hearing.
The average lifespan of hearing aids is 4-5 years.
If you have a hearing loss and are wearing hearing aids, we recommend having your hearing tested annually to monitor any decline to your hearing and to assure that the settings on your hearing aids are current.
Yes, we have an office in Rahway, NJ. We have office hours every Wednesday from 9:15 AM – 1:15 PM and every Friday from 1 PM – 5 PM. In our office, we providing free hearing screenings for our new patients. As for in-home services, we are available every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday from 10 AM … Continue reading Besides Offering Flexible In-Home Services, Do You Have In-Office Clinical Hours?
It all depends on whether we accept your insurance. For Medicare and Medicaid, we require either a script or a referral from your physician in order to perform a diagnostic hearing test. If you have a copay, it will be collected at time of service (For a house call, a travel time fee of $25 … Continue reading Is There An Appointment Fee For A House Call Or An In-Office Consultation?
Yes. We offer a 30 calendar day trial from the date of purchase to return your hearing aid(s). Hearing aid(s) must be in the same condition, excluding normal wear and tear, in order to receive a full refund, less a nonrefundable fee of $75 per hearing aid.