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Neurologic Hearing Technology From Doctors of Audiology

Treatment That Doesn't Have To Break The Bank.

 
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Myth: "Only the most expensive hearing technology can reduce the risks of cognitive decline."

Fact: "Studies have shown that patients' cognitive health can benefit from hearing devices at any budget level."


I loved the way I could hear from the first day I wore them.

I am hearing things I have not heard in years!

-Annette W.


 

John Hopkins Study About Alzheimer's Risk

  • There is a lot of evidence that hearing loss is socially isolating, just as there’s a lot of evidence that cognitive engagement protects against dementia.
  • For every 10 dB of hearing loss, the risk of Alzheimer’s disease increases by 20%.
  • There is a strong predictive association between hearing loss as an adult and the likelihood of developing cognitive decline with aging.
  • Efforts to correct hearing loss by means of hearing aids and surgery could potentially cut back on dementia risk.
  • Hearing aids could delay or prevent dementia by improving hearing.

-Johns Hopkins and the National Institute on Aging - Link

Brain Hearing Facts

    Question: My provider told me that only premium neurologic hearing technology would work to prevent Alzheimer's and dementia. Is this true?

    Answer: False. Research has shown that amplification of most types (starting in the economy range) are effective at working the neurologic pathways sufficiently for decreased likelihood of these cognitive brain diseases

    Frank Lin, M.D.
    Link - jamanetwork.com


    I loved the way I could hear from the first day I worse them. I am hearing things I have not heard in years!

    -Annette W.


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    Dementia Preventative Technology

    Studies linking dementia & Alzheimer to brain hearing

    Increased Risk of Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease

    • There is a lot of evidence that hearing loss is socially isolating, just as there’s a lot of evidence that cognitive
      engagement protects against dementia.
    • For every 10 dB of hearing loss, the risk of Alzheimer’s disease increases by 20%.
    • There is a strong predictive association between hearing loss as an adult and the likelihood of developing
      cognitive decline with aging.
    • Efforts to correct hearing loss by means of hearing aids and surgery could potentially cut back on dementia risk.
    • Hearing aids could delay or prevent dementia by improving hearing.

    -Johns Hopkins and the National Institute on Aging - Link

    Brain Hearing Facts

    Question: My provider told me that only premium neurologic hearing technology would work to prevent Alzheimer's and dementia. Is this true?

    Answer: False. Research has shown that amplification of most types (starting in the economy range) are effective at working the neurologic pathways sufficiently for decreased likelihood of these cognitive brain diseases

    Frank Lin, M.D.
    Link - jamanetwork.com

    Leasing Option


    • Free BrainHearing technology upgrade every 4 years

    • Free batteries for duration of the hearing plan

    • Free walk-in lab for service and cleanings

    • No Charge hearing device appointments with an audiologist.


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    Hearing Treatment Plans as Low as
    $200
    a Month!

    Option #2 - Monthly


    • FREE batteries for duration of the hearing plan

    • FREE walk-in lab for service and cleanings

    • FREE hearing device appointments with a Doctor of Audiology


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    Hearing Treatment Plans as Low as
    $200
    a Month!

    Option #2 - Own Outright


    • FREE batteries

    • FREE walk-in lab for service and cleanings

    • FREE hearing device appointments with a Doctor of Audiology

    • LOWEST PRICE guarantee with quote


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    Starting at
    $3700
    Each

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    Kimball B. Forbes, MCD | Dr. Lance F. Greer, Au.D.
    Dr. Eric L. Maxwell, Au.D. | Dr. Heather Smith, Au.D.

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