Robina, Australia, September 11, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The Hearing Aid Centre team is pleased to announce that they carry the full line of Phonak products in their hearing centre. The Centre professionals have many years of experience and access to the technological choices that make finding the right device for each patient is assured. The importance of listening to the patient and working together to achieve success has built the reputation and customer base of the company over the past quarter century.
According to a spokesperson for the Hearing Aid Centre, “The Phonak hearing aid product line includes devices that are suitable for all ages and many types of hearing disorders. Take advantage of the latest hearing science and cutting-edge digital technology, at the Hearing Aid Centre. We fit devices designed to improve hearing in noise, eliminate buzzing and whistling, plus enhance TV viewing and phone conversations like never before.”
He continues, “We have worked together as team for more than 25 years and we know the best procedures and products. It is an important part of our practice to stay abreast of the latest technological advances. We spend time in attending conferences, seminars and peer sessions to ensure the best results for each customer we serve. The team consists of Hunter Reed and Julie Murphy, audiometrists; Jan Moore, Client Services Manager; and Narelle Reed, Managing Director.”
Some of the features that are available and important to clients of the centre include a device that streams directly to an iPhone, iPad or iPod. This allows clients to listen to the music and adjust the sound easily. The devices of today are much smaller than those of past decades. Many models are almost invisible. Behind the ear devices as technologically improved so that these too are smaller and more discrete. A major benefit of these devices is that they are directional.
Open ear devices are much more comfortable now, thanks to the new technology. The hearing aids are smaller and no longer give the feeling of blocking the head. Clients with open ear devices indicate that they often are unaware of the device in the ear. In the ear fittings include miniature devices which are concealed in the ear canal, in the concha bowl or those for more severe hearing loss. An advantage of this type of device is that it is a single piece, rather than a combination.
Learn more about the Phonal hearing aid line by paying a visit to the web pages online at http://www.hearingaidcentre.com.au/ today. Members of the press and others who have further questions about the contents of the press release are encouraged to contact Hunter Reed at the location provided below.
Contact Person Name: Jan Moore
Company Name: The Hearing Aid Centre
Address: The Wharf building, Shop 3, 129 Laver Drive, Robina QLD 4226
Contact Telephone Number: 07 5575 7899