Hearing Group gets recommendation from Sonic

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Joseph A. Lugara President and Chief Operating Officer Sonic, Inc. 2501 Cottontail Lane Somerset, NJ 08873   Joe Lugara joined Sonic, Inc. as Global President and Chief Operating Officer on November 10, 2010. During his time with the company, he has established Sonic as one of the fastest growing brands in the hearing aid industry. In his role as President & COO, Joe is responsible for business execution, financial results, operational performance, and the overall development and growth strategy for Sonic. Joe has been involved in all aspects of the hearing aid industry for 40 years and has worked with…

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Hearing Group Named Wichita’s Best Hearing Aid Clinic

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Winning a prestigious award like the Wichita Eagle Readers’ Choice Award is quite the accomplishment, but to do it in less than 3 years is exceptional. After talking with the founders of Hearing Group, Jesse and Amy Hidalgo, it came became clear to me why Wichita voted Hearing Group the Winner of the 2017 Wichita Eagle Readers’ Choice Award for Best Hearing Aid Clinic. With their strongly followed motto, “Patients come first. No matter what they ALWAYS come first,” there is no doubt the Hidalgos have a level of dedication to helping their customers that is not often seen in…

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Unitron Moxi Fit R, now Stylish and Rechargeable

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The time has come for a truly revolutionary rechargeable solution. Moxi Fit R is the world’s smallest rechargeable hearing instrument, bringing ultimate flexibility to the award-winning design. And because sometimes life requires a backup plan, patients can swap the rechargeable battery cells with traditional zinc-air batteries at any time, so they never miss a conversation. This fully featured hearing instrument is the simplest to use, featuring a telecoil and push button for ultimate control.  It doesn’t get any easier than that. Moxi Fit R is available on Tempus, our new platform that is the best in conversations. It wraps rechargeable…

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Oticon “Opn” is now Rechargeable!

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Hearing Group is proud to announce, the release of the Oticon “Opn” hearing instrument into a rechargeable hearing solution.  Along with it already being iPhone compatible for patients.  This remarkable technology offers great understanding in noisy environments.  Coupled with rechargeable and iPhone connectivity makes this an excellent choice for the patient that is looking for the ultimate hearing experience. Make sure you contact one of our manyHearing Group locations to learn more, test drive it and hear it for yourself.

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How Much Do Hearing Aids Cost?

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The cost versus the benefit it will give you is always on everyones mind.  The cost range of hearing aids is as wide as the products available. What will suit you depends on the extent of your hearing loss, the style you prefer, and the technology it features. Cost also varies depending on the brand and provider. Newer models rely on more advanced forms of technology for optimal hearing and such improvements come at a cost. As a consumer, you will need to decide what instrument you want based on your own very individual needs, circumstances and of course on…

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Do You Have Hearing Loss?

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These are a few everyday signs that can help you decide.  Review the questions below to see if you answer yes to a at least a few of these , if you do its probably a good idea to have your hearing checked by one of our professionals.  In the event you do indeed have hearing loss, no worries we can help! Do you struggle to hear conversations in loud noisy environments or  restaurants? Do you have a hard time following conversation in a group of people? Do you ask people to repeat things frequently? Do you find yourself looking…

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Consider the Consequences

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Many people are aware that their hearing has deteriorated but are reluctant to seek help. Perhaps they don’t want to acknowledge the problem, are embarrassed by what they see as a weakness, or believe that they can “get by” without using a hearing aid. And, unfortunately, too many wait years, even decades, to address the effects of hearing loss before getting treatment. But time and again, research demonstrates the considerable effects of hearing loss on development as well as negative social, psychological, cognitive and health effects of untreated hearing loss. Each can have far-reaching implications that go well beyond hearing…

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Hearing Loss In The Workplace

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The willingness to take action is the single most important ingredient for success. This is true in any career, in any business venture, and at any time in a person’s life. Addressing hearing loss on the job allows you to stay ahead of the game and helps you achieve success. In fact, the sooner you take action to address hearing loss, the sooner you’ll see that treating hearing loss pays dividends on the job. If you suspect that you may have hearing loss, you’re not alone. Of the nearly 40 million people in the United States with hearing loss, the…

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Hearing Loss Facts

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Even mild forms of hearing loss can disrupt our lives, hurt our health and damage our social and psychological well-being. So why do estimated millions choose to delay or avoid a solution to hearing loss? Did you know? More than 360 million people worldwide live with hearing loss. 328 million are adults. Only 20% of people who could benefit from hearing aids actually seek help. Remaining 80% who could benefit simply aren’t getting access to hearing aids that could dramatically improve their quality of life. Unmanaged hearing loss can lead to depression, social isolation and the breakdown social networks, along…

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Diabetes and Hearing Loss

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Chances are, a hearing exam isn’t on the healthcare check-list of a lot of people with diabetes. It should be.  People with diabetes are about twice as likely to develop hearing loss. That means it’s especially important for them to protect their hearing. What’s the Diabetes-Hearing Health Link? Hearing depends on small blood vessels and nerves in the inner ear. Researchers theorize that over time high blood glucose levels can damage these blood vessels and nerves, diminishing the ability to hear. Based on the findings of a meta-analysis conducted on the link between diabetes and hearing loss, Professor Hirohito Sone…

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