The Center for Audiology Offers Futuristic Hearing Devices that Put the User in Control

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What’s New: A Bionic Future for Hearing Aids

The Center for Audiology welcomes hearing aid users to the future. Hearing aids have taken a significant step forward with new “made for iPhone hearing aids.” Through an iPhone app, a user can now control hearing aid features such as independent right and left volume, directional microphones, and also adjust bass/treble balance. While many hearing aids do many of these functions automatically, the made for iPhone hearing aids allow the user to take control of these functions to maximize personal preferences.

The app can also turn the hearing aid user’s iPhone into a remote microphone. Want to hear the person at the other end of the table in a noisy restaurant? Just place the iPhone at the other end of the table, and the phone is transformed into an extra set of “ears” that will stream distant conversation directly into the hearing aids.

The Center for Audiology is proud to maintain its reputation of bringing the latest in cutting-edge technology to its clients. To that end, The Center for Audiology is now offering made for iPhone hearing aids, including those by Oticon and Resound. They are currently seeking patients to demonstrate these hearing aids and provide feedback about the experience.

Call 713-255-0035, or e-mail Melanie(at)centerforaud(dot)com for the opportunity to hear what made for iPhone hearing aids can do for you.

About the company: The Center for Audiology was established in 2008 with the goal of providing the best in hearing healthcare to the people of Houston and surrounding areas. Along with evidence-based practice and superior customer service, The Center for Audiology's mission includes community outreach and service to encourage early diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss. Dr. Sara Nagel and Dr. Shelby Seeberg have a combined 18 years of experience in treating hearing loss and share a passion for improving quality of life through better hearing.

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