The Future of Hearing Care
Hearing Tracker was founded by a Doctor of Audiology to help consumers find better hearing aids and better hearing professionals. Hearing aids and Hearing professionals are rated by real patients. This helps ensure more meaningful information for consumers and professionals. We're sure we have the best platform available, and we hope you enjoy using it as much as we do.
For my level of hearing loss these new aids have been great! They are not huge, but they pack enough equipment in them to improve the hearing capability ...Continue reading
Dr. Johnson's office is a warm and welcoming place, the atmosphere makes you feel comfortable and at ease. I highly recommend Dr. Johnson to anyone that ...Continue reading
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I was lucky to present recently at the American Academy of Audiology’s annual convention in Nashville held April 18-21, 2018. You can read about...Continue Reading
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Here are some great answers to common questions from hearing aid users.
Thanks for asking about the tone in your ear. The common term used when describing a sound in your ear(s) that is not generated from your environments is called tinnitus. Tinnitus has many causes, and there are many solutions, however, no solid cure. That does not mean it can not be...Continue Reading
I recommend seeing an audiologist for tinnitus, especially one that is only in one ear. This is a red flag that a medical evaluation is needed. After testing, an audiologist will then refer you on to ear, nose, and throat physician for a medical work up.Continue Reading
Real ear measurement is important because it verifies the gain provided by the hearing aids (how much volume they add) based on the pitch and volume of the sound they pick up. Without a real ear verification measure, the audiologist is just going off of what the manufacturer software says. But...Continue Reading
It depends. If you can find a Costco with a good provider and you don't mind hearing aids that are mildly de-featured then Costco may be a good option. If you can't find Costco with a good provider or you want hearing aids that are not de-featured at all then Costco may not be a good option...Continue Reading
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