Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Hearing Aids and Sensorineural Hearing Loss

Sensorineural hearing loss reduces the volume for sound and distorts words, making them difficult to understand.  Those with sensorineural hearing loss report that it sounds as if people speak softly and/or mumble.  Hearing aids are the first step to successfully treating sensorineural hearing loss.  Hearing aids can restore normal volume and improve word understanding. 
Act now.  Left untreated, word understanding can remain mumbled. Make an appointment for a hearing aid consult.  You will be surprised by how small and inconspicuous hearing aids are and they work better than ever! 

Life Sounds Great! Enjoy Every Moment!
Jane Kukula, AuD
Paula Webster, MA

Advanced Audiology Concepts
8897 Mentor Ave
Mentor, Ohio 44060
Web Address: http://www.aachear.org/

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