About RX Hearing Aids

Hearing loss affects about 48 million people in the United States, and seniors are especially vulnerable. About one-third of seniors aged 65 to 74 have some loss of hearing and one-half of those older than 75 have hearing difficulty. This disability has serious consequences, affecting both emotional and physical health as well as the quality of life. Numerous studies have confirmed that hearing loss is associated with an increased risk of developing dementia, Alzheimer's disease, cognitive disorders, and balance problems.

For decades, the market for high-quality, medical-grade hearing aids has been dominated by a small number of companies who kept prices artificially high. Not only were the prices for hearing aids themselves high but medical-grade hearing aids could be obtained only after a series of medical and audiological exams. These examinations often involved numerous in-person office visits and sophisticated tests. For many seniors, the path to a quality hearing aid was too complicated and too expensive.

Now, RxHearing can offer a comprehensive suite of professional services and medical-grade hearing aids with savings of up to 80% for their customers. This includes free hearing tests that once required visits to an office with audiometry equipment. RxHearing allows these audiometry hearing tests to be done online via their website (RxHearingAids.com), using the same tonal testing to determine if a customers hearing is within normal limits.

Using this information, RxHearings in-house licensed hearing specialists provide free consultations with the customer to evaluate their hearing needs. They will discuss different types of hearing loss, answer questions about their hearing aids, and then make an expert recommendation based on the clients hearing loss. This is all done remotely via Zoom or phone. RxHearing Aids are not merely sound amplifiers, they are FDA Registered, reprogrammed hearing aids that will meet the needs of those with mild to moderate hearing loss.

A single-point telehealth hearing care solution enables RxHearing to provide these free comprehensive services throughout the US. RxHearings team of professionals has over 100 years of combined experience in the hearing aid industry. Their long-term relationship with hearing aid manufacturers, suppliers, and licensed professionals saves their customers money while offering the latest in advanced features and functionalities in hearing aids today.

RxHearings services can help both current hearing aid users and first-time users. If youre a current hearing aid user, RxHearings professional staff can offer you a free second opinion. If they feel that your hearing loss requires further medical care, they will refer you to the proper audiologist or ear nose, and throat medical specialist in your immediate area. These services come without the difficulty, frustration, and expense of repeated office visits.

The sophisticated electronics and components in RxHearing Aid devices are identical to hearing aids that cost over $3,000 in the market today. They also include many of the new features available in modern hearing aids like Bluetooth connectivity, rechargeable batteries, and smartphone apps to adjust the hearing aids settings and contact customer support with a touch of a button.

RxHearing provides outstanding follow-up services, including a free two-year warranty, free two years of consultations and care, and two years of loss and damage replacement coverage.

All of this comes in one low-cost package, helping seniors feel secure and confident when seeking a hearing aid solution!

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Hearing-Audiologists / Hearing Aids 22089 US Highway 19 North, Clearwater, Florida, 33765

Hearing loss affects about 48 million people in the United States, and seniors are especially vulnerable. About one-third of seniors aged 65 to 74 have some loss of hearing and one-half of those older than 75 have hearing difficulty. This disability has serious consequences, affecting both emotional and physical health as well as the quality of life. Numerous studies have confirmed that hearing loss is associated with an increased risk of developing dementia, Alzheimer~s disease, cognitive disorders, and balance problems.For decades, the market for high-quality, medical-grade hearing aids has been dominated by a small number of companies who kept prices artificially high. Not only were the prices for hearing aids themselves high but medical-grade hearing aids could be obtained only after a series of medical and audiological exams. These examinations often involved numerous in-person office visits and sophisticated tests. For many seniors, the path to a quality hearing aid was too complicated and too expensive.Now, RxHearing can offer a comprehensive suite of professional services and medical-grade hearing aids with savings of up to 80% for their customers. This includes free hearing tests that once required visits to an office with audiometry equipment. RxHearing allows these audiometry hearing tests to be done online via their website (RxHearingAids.com), using the same tonal testing to determine if a customers hearing is within normal limits.Using this information, RxHearings in-house licensed hearing specialists provide free consultations with the customer to evaluate their hearing needs. They will discuss different types of hearing loss, answer questions about their hearing aids, and then make an expert recommendation based on the clients hearing loss. This is all done remotely via Zoom or phone. RxHearing Aids are not merely sound amplifiers, they are FDA Registered, preprogrammed hearing aids that will meet the needs of those with mild to moderate hearing loss.A single-point telehealth hearing care solution enables RxHearing to provide these free comprehensive services throughout the US. RxHearings team of professionals has over 100 years of combined experience in the hearing aid industry. Their long-term relationship with hearing aid manufacturers, suppliers, and licensed professionals saves their customers money while offering the latest in advanced features and functionalities in hearing aids today.RxHearings services can help both current hearing aid users and first-time users. If youre a current hearing aid user, RxHearings professional staff can offer you a free second opinion. If they feel that your hearing loss requires further medical care, they will refer you to the proper audiologist or ear nose, and throat medical specialist in your immediate area. These services come without the difficulty, frustration, and expense of repeated office visits.The sophisticated electronics and components in RxHearing Aid devices are identical to hearing aids that cost over $3,000 in the market today. They also include many of the new features available in modern hearing aids like Bluetooth connectivity, rechargeable batteries, and smartphone apps to adjust the hearing aids settings and contact customer support with a touch of a button. RxHearing provides outstanding follow-up services, including a free two-year warranty, free two years of consultations and care, and two years of loss and damage replacement coverage. All of this comes in one low-cost package, helping seniors feel secure and confident when seeking a hearing aid solution!