Applied Hearing Solutions is a concierge audiology and hearing aid clinic in Anthem Arizona. We believe everyone should have access to high quality and affordable hearing healthcare.
Our personalized approach allows us to uncover what is most important to you and design a treatment plan based around your needs, not ours.
Our Values Remain:
-Adhere to the basic principles of hearing treatment
-Execute these principles with extreme precision
-Give patients the power of choice over their treatment
-Provide hearing loss education to empower all
-Treat everyone like family
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Get to know Cliff Olson, audiologist, and founder of Applied Hearing Solutions. Applied Hearing solutions is an audiology and hearing aid clinic in Anthem Arizona. Cliff's YouTube channel, Applied Hearing Solutions, provides information on hearing loss and treatment options.
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Dr. Clifford R. Olson of Applied Hearing Solutions discusses the 7 things you must know before buying hearing aids online.
1. Prices can range from a few hundred to a few thousand dollars.
2. You may have problems with getting them to fit right.
3. You may have to pay extra to get the programmed right
4. Go with the name brands
5. Look out for Maintenance and Repairs
6. You need a legitimate heairng test
7. Actual savings may vary
Dr. Clifford R. Olson discusses the importance of Hearing Aid Dry and Store Kits while explaining the differences between the 3 main types.
3:25 - Westone Hearing Aid Saver
5:29 - Thermal Science Audio Dry
7:15 - Dry & Store Zephyr
9:48 - Phonak Audeo B R recharger with Dryer
The Hearing industry is littered with myths about hearing loss and your treatment options. Dr. Cliff Olson dispels 6 of these myths at a seminar in Anthem Arizona.
2:58 - Myth #1 - If you can "hear", you don't have a hearing loss.
3:52 - Myth #2 - Only one time in Loud Noise won't cause hearing loss.
5:42 - Myth #3 - Hearing Loss only Affects Communication
7:40 - Myth #4 - Hearing Aids cost over $3,000 a piece
10:00 - Myth #5 - Tinnitus (ringing of the ear) is never serious
11:39 - Myth #6 - The newest hearing aid will always help you hear better
15:37 - Questions & Answers
Dr. Clifford R. Olson from Applied Hearing Solutions in Anthem Arizona discusses the 6 main differences between Hearing Aid Technology Levels and what you need to know before buying hearing aids.
Dr. Clifford R. Olson from Applied Hearing Solutions in Anthem Arizona discusses the Pros and Cons between different Hearing Aid Styles and Types.
Technology Levels: https://youtu.be/qAkWYGKFYQg
Hearing aids are expensive. In this video, Dr. Clifford Olson from Applied Hearing Solutions in Anthem Arizona, discusses 6 ways you can save money on your next pair of hearing aids.
7 things you must know before buying hearing aids online: https://youtu.be/TJcJfh--nIU
6 ways to save money on hearing aids:
#1. Check your insurance for hearing aid benefit
#2. Don't upgrade your hearing aids, get them programmed better
#3. Buy lower level technology, just get them programmed well
#4. Finance your hearing aids and spread your payments over time
#5. Buy your hearing aids online and get them programmed by an audiologist
#6. Go to a clinic that unbundles the cost of devices from their professional services.
Dr. Clifford Olson from Applied Hearing Solutions in Anthem Arizona discusses the 5 reasons why hearing aids are so expensive.
How to save money on hearing aids: https://youtu.be/cak7mlwHPbY
Reason #1 - Research & Development
Reason #2 - Hearing aids are not consumer electronics, they are customizable durable medical equipment.
Reason #3 - Lack of competition in the hearing aid industry
Reason #4 - No good direct-to-consumer (OTC) products...Yet
Reason #5 - When you buy hearing aids, you are also paying for expert professional care from an audiologist