San Antonio Hearing Centers Now Offering a Full Line of Occupational Hearing Protection Products

San Antonio Hearing Centers is pleased to add Occupational Hearing Protection services and products to its current offerings. A great selection of hearing protection is available for workers, musicians, hunters and recreational shooters.

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San Antonio Hearing Centers

San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) August 26, 2014

With most forms of hearing loss being irreversible, it simply makes sense to use hearing protection when exposed to loud noises - or risk losing hearing forever. There are many different forms of hearing protection for workplace and recreational use. Employers generally provide hearing protection training and devices for workers in construction, manufacturing, law enforcement and other noisy industries. The National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) even mandates protection standards. Many musicians and recreational shooter seek out hearing protection on their own. Traditional earplugs will not work for the professional musician, as they reduce sound by muffling low-to-mid-range frequencies. As many as 50 percent of all recreational shooters may suffer some degree of hearing loss.

Whatever the reason San Antonio Hearing Centers has a complete selection of hearing protection products. Some of these are 'off-the-shelf' while others are custom-molded to the shape of the user's ear. The most important criteria in purchasing hearing protection is a good fit. Hearing protection not properly fitted to the wearer’s ears do not effectively prevent damaging noises from penetrating the ear canal. For this reason, San Antonio Hearing Centers doesn't just sell ear protection products, but also take the time to fit them for each individual user. They can also administer a hearing tests to establish a baseline from which hearing loss can be measured.

About Debby Taylor:
Debby Taylor is nationally Board Certified in Hearing Instrument Sciences (BC-HIS) and has advanced training on all major hearing aid circuits. She is licensed in the State of Texas, is a member of the Texas Hearing Aid Association and a member of the International Hearing Society. Taylor enjoys hosting community seminars and lectures for consumers and providing complimentary hearing and balance screenings in assisted-living homes and at health fairs.

About San Antonio Hearing Centers:
San Antonio Hearing Centers was established to provide patients the best possible hearing care based upon their individual needs. The company provides a full array of services related to prevention, evaluation, and rehabilitation of hearing impairment. With respect and compassion, San Antonio Hearing Centers will actively listen to how hearing loss has affected the quality of each new patient's life. The company is committed to removing the barriers between the client and the professional to collaboratively work toward better hearing and understanding. San Antonio Hearing Centers has 5 locations and 6 Hearing Instrument Specialists to serve you. Four locations throughout San Antonio and one in New Braunfels.

Contact:
Debby Taylor
http://www.sahearingcenters.com

San Antonio Hearing Centers
8003 Broadway St
San Antonio, TX 78209
(210) 428-6900

San Antonio Hearing Centers
12413 Judson Rd, Ste 200
San Antonio, TX 78233
(210) 485-1996

San Antonio Hearing Centers
510 Med Court, Ste 203
San Antonio, TX 78258
(210) 390-0899

San Antonio Hearing Centers
8600 Wurzbach Road, Suite 500
San Antonio, TX 78240
(210) 390-0839

San Antonio Hearing Centers
1551 N Walnut Ave, Ste 14
New Braunfels, TX 78130
(830) 387-2389