How Do Siemens Compare to Other Top Hearing Aids?
People who have experienced hearing loss now have a wide selection of hearing aid brands from which to choose. Each brand offers dozens of models. Most brands boast the latest technology in small, discrete devices. The days of big, bulky, embarrassing hearing aids are long gone. Understanding what will best meet your needs can be overwhelming.
Siemens hearing aids have been helping people with hearing loss since 1878. The majority of the companies’ models are less than two years old because they believe in keeping up with the latest advances in technology. The company has many competitors, including ReSound, Starkey, Oticon and Phonak. Each brand offers many great solutions to combat hearing loss.
ReSound is one of the largest hearing aid supplies in the world, with units available for purchase in over 80 countries. The ReSound Alera made history in 2010 by being the first wireless hearing aid that didn’t require a streamer worn on the body. This technology cemented ReSound’s place in the big leagues.
Oticon is the oldest hearing aid manufacturer in the world. It was founded in 1904 and has been an industry leader in hearing research every since. The Oticon Intiga is one of the company’s most popular models. It features high speed processes with wireless technology that works with the brain to increase hearing. It is also very beneficial at filtering out unnecessary background noises. It is a good option for people with even minor hearing loss.
Phonak is headquartered in Switzerland had has been in business for over sixty years. They are a leader in finding solutions to technology problems. They became even more powerful when they acquired the Canadian hearing aid manufacturer, Unitron in 2000. The merge has allowed the company to produce an even great range of products.
Starkey hearing aids are custom made. The brand is a leader in water proof technology for hearing aids. They offer a wide range of digital, invisible and wireless models for both adults and children.
One of the ways many corporations are competing to be noticed is through their charitable giving. Phonak, for example, has launched a program called Hear the World that is dedicated to spreading the word about the importance of protecting hearing. Most of the other companies have begun similar initiatives. The Oticon Hearing Foundation brings hearing care to people all over the world.
The negative stigma once associated with wearing hearing aids is gone. A knowledgeable hearing specialist can explain the many different options. The right fit is available to meet the needs of anyone.
John Koonz - About Author:
Our primary goal is to provide you, the patient, with the best possible clinical services. These typically involve the testing and diagnosis of your condition, with recommendations, if applicable, for steps we can take together to remediate or improve your situation. Recommendations may occasionally include a referral to another professional, such as a speech pathologist, a physical therapist, a vocational counselor, or a physician who specializes in medical treatment of the ear.
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