Hearing aids are the common solution to most hearing problems. A stigma has been around for some time that hearing aids are obstructive or a telltale sign of aging. This is clearly not the case.
In this era of Bluetooth technology, earpieces of various sizes, shapes and colors have become the norm in society. While the purpose may be to communicate by cell phone rather than to help hearing loss, the fact remains that earpieces are commonplace and accepted everywhere today. Digital hearing aids have become progressively smaller and more sophisticated in this digital era. For many patients today, a tiny device located in or behind the ear provides exceptional sound quality and is so small that others never notice it while the wearer hardly knows it’s on. Today’s hearing instruments come in a variety of colors to match your hair or them stems of your eyeglasses. They offer directional microphones, feedback and noise cancelling features and multiple memories and other features to make the listening experience so much more sophisticated than ever before. Digital devices allow your hearing care professional to program exactly to your hearing loss and to make unlimited fine-tuning adjustments to meet your unique preferences. Hearing aids were once considered an unwanted indicator of old age, but today, they are small and sleek and can open your world to a rainbow of sounds you may have been missing for years.” Then in the section titled “Hearing Aids in Your Vision Center” --- “PHSI brings Hearing Programs to Vision Practices across the United States. Your eye doctor may already have a hearing program. If not, suggest it. Vision and hearing are your two most important senses. They function inseparably together every minute of every day to create your “Internal GPS” and give you a 3-dimensional grasp of your environment. Unfortunately, both senses tend to deteriorate with age. Now, leading eye physicians across the nation are adding hearing services in their practices in an effort to better serve their patients and to address vision and hearing problems together. Why go to multiple locations when you can address both vision and hearing in one location and with a clinical team you already know and trust? PHSI Hearing Programs in Vision Practices use state-of-the-art testing equipment, licensed clinical staff and hearing aids from several of the finest manufacturers in the world. Talk to your eye doctor today. If he or she does not have a hearing program, PHSI is here to help!
Talk to your eye care physician about adopting a hearing program at their location. Both your vision and hearing are interlinked and make up your internal navigation system. There is no longer a need to set multiple appointments and drive across town twice to take care of these important parts of your body. As it becomes more and more important to pay attention to our health, a simple solution for total health care grows. Great eye care and hearing diagnosis should be offered at the same place, as well as receiving high quality hearing aids. You can make a difference by requesting these services.
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