Starkey Hearing TechnologiesWidexSignia Hearing TechnologiesOticon - People FirstReSound - rediscover hearingPhonak - Life is onUnitron

Mask Safety with Hearing Aids

With the pandemic, we are still wearing our masks in medical offices. However, the masks become a nuisance because if we’re not careful in taking off the mask, the hearing aids that go behind the ear can be flung far. Here are some tips to keep your hearing aids safe:   If you’re in a store or… [Read More]

Unitron Hearing Aid Review

Unitron is a hearing aid company that is based in Canada and is owned by Sonova AG. Unitron offers hearing aids in all types of sizes, which ranges from in-the-canal (ITC) to behind-the-ear (BTE), and different technology levels, ranging from entry (500) to premium (Pro). Like with many other manufacturers, they offer Bluetooth connectivity, rechargeable… [Read More]

Widex Moment 440 Hearing Aid Review

When listening to music through hearing aids, many patients perceive music to be distorted and they are unable to enjoy music. Sometimes the processing of the hearing aids causes that artificial sound and distorted signals.   With the Widex Moment 440, music will sound more natural and won’t have that distorted quality hearing aids have! The Moment… [Read More]

Relate 2.0 Reserve Hearing Aid Review

The Relate 2.0 Reserve is a hearing aid line that is offered by United Healthcare Hearing, also known as EPIC, and is manufactured by Unitron. Typically, this hearing aid will be offered to United Healthcare customers at a discounted price that is often less expensive than other hearing aid manufacturers depending on the health plan. The Relate 2.0 Reserve is a top-of-the-line hearing… [Read More]

Western Virginial University Audiology Program Review.

West Virginia University (WVU)’s Audiology program was once a 4-year program and is now a 3-year program. I am in the last cohort that is part of the 4-year program. In the 4-year program, the first 3 years are based on learning about the foundation skills needed for the field with clinic experiences starting our… [Read More]

Why Chose Gardner Audiology As My Doctoral Externship site?

During the application cycle, I was applying for sites that were primarily in the private practice sector. I had well-rounded experiences in the local hospital and in the local ENT office so I wanted more experience in a private practice. Gardner Audiology stood out because they had mentioned it was a fast-paced site, there were vestibular audiology opportunities, there was a unique loaner… [Read More]

Why Did I Choose to Get a Doctorate in Audiology?

My journey into audiology started with a volunteer experience and during my undergraduate career as a communicative disorders major. I had the privilege of volunteering overseas and had the opportunity to work with a middle school student who wore hearing aids. It was an interesting experience as I had not worked with a hearing-impaired individual… [Read More]

Resound One 9 Hearing Aid Review

The Resound One 9 is considered one of ReSound’s top-of-the-line hearing aids. The One line comes in a variety of technology levels staring from 5, which is considered an entry level hearing aid and goes to 9, which is their top-of-the-line hearing aid. This level of technology has advanced features such as All Access Directionality,… [Read More]

For Hearing Aids in Inverness, Florida, Consider Seeing a Gardner Hearing Doctor, Not a Salesperson

Are you interested and curious about hearing aids? The Doctors at Gardner Audiology are here to help guide you with your hearing journey.   In Inverness, Florida, our Doctors of Audiology train for years and have the expertise to provide the proper information about appropriate hearing aids for you based on your budget, lifestyle, and amount of hearing loss. You will not see a salesman at Gardner Audiology! Our doctors do not work on… [Read More]