There is finally a method to safely purchase properly programmed digital hearing instruments online. Rediscover the sounds in your life with both confidence and safety. The method is simple; the savings are substantial; and the experience is sound.
Aurora, CO (PRWEB) November 14, 2008 -- "Rediscover the sounds in your life" through safe and properly programmed hearing aids. This is the motivation of the hearing health care professionals at Hearing Aid Resource as they launch a new website offering Discount Hearing Aids online. This new website is specializing in professionally programmed open fit hearing aids and hearing instruments.
"Imagine not only hearing more again, but hearing properly and clearer than ever before." Each and every hearing instrument purchased at Hearing Aid Resource is completely programmed for your level of hearing loss. With this level of customization for your hearing instrument, your experience with Hearing Aid Resource will far outperform any other program offered online. And, because it is designed as a discount business model, shoppers are able to take advantage of substantial discounts for this cutting edge technology. The site offers hearing instruments from the best manufacturers in the business such as Resound, Phonak, Rexton and Sonic Innovations with each and every hearing instrument custom programmed for the individual. And, coupled with the incredible prices, this new website is quickly demonstrating innovation that works.
With more than 30 years of combined experience in hearing health care, the experts and hearing professionals at Hearing Aid Resource demanded that the new website could only work this way citing that it is simply not acceptable to consider or suggest self-programming or pre-programming techniques for hearing instruments. Gone are the days of slight or varying improvement or the dreadful self-programming techniques that have only hurt individuals hearing in the long run. Those methods are simply not in the best interest of the individual.
So, how is this custom programming done at Hearing Aid Resource?
With every digital hearing aid purchased at Hearing Aid Resource, the shopper is instructed to submit their current audiogram test results. An audiogram is a chart or graph depicting a person's ability to hear different pitches (frequencies) at different volumes (intensities) of sound for each ear. Once the audiologist at Hearing Aid Resource receives this audiogram report, he/she then properly programs the hearing instrument for the individual before shipping. This assures that there are no guesses or programming errors made by the user. And, for shoppers who do not have a current audiogram, Hearing Aid Resource works closely with each shopper to identify a local ENT office where the exam can be taken. (Note that most of the hearing exam tests are covered by health plans with individual out-of-pocket expenses typically ranging anywhere from free to $110).
This may seem like some extra work for the shopper, but, according to the hearing professionals at Hearing Aid Resource, an Audiogram is step one for every person seeking the help of a hearing instrument. Traditionally, this occurred at the ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat) specialist with the hearing instrument being purchased through that office. Now, however, with the launch of HearingAidResource.com, the deeply discounted pricing along with the safety of proper programming makes shopping at HearingAidResource.com an attractive alternative.
About Hearing Aid Resource
Focusing on rediscovering the sounds in your life, Hearing Aid Resource is a website newly launched by hearing health care professionals. Based in Aurora, Colorado, outside of Denver, these hearing health care professional have more than 30 years of combined experience in hearing health care, specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of hearing impairments. As they continue to expand their practice, offering their expertise on a national level was a natural expansion of the business. For more information on Hearing Aid Resource, please visit www.hearingaidresource.com or call toll free at 1.866.702.3770.
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