Our Audiologist will help you choose the style that best fits your ear, hearing loss, and lifestyle. Available options include behind the ear hearing aids with custom molds, custom fit in the ear hearing aids, and mini behind the ear hearing aids that use an “open fit” design to allow for a natural sound quality & cosmetically appealing design.
Many hearing aids have a connection to a smartphone, this way the hearing aid user can change the volume, program settings, stream phone calls or music, and connect to other wireless enabled devices in the home. Breakthroughs in technology have allowed for the ability to understand speech more clearly when in noisy environments. Many devices have treatment options for tinnitus (ringing, buzzing, or hissing in the ears.)
We highly recommend Fyzical’s licensed Audiologist, instead of a Hearing Aid Specialist.
One key difference between an Audiologist and a “Hearing Aid Specialist” is the minimum amount of education required. Audiologists currently earn a Doctor of Audiology, or Au.D. By contrast, few educational requirements need to be met (they vary by state) before a non-audiologist (Hearing Aid Specialist) can sell hearing aids; in fact, in many states, the minimum requirement is a high school diploma, passing a license exam, and some form of brief apprenticeship.
Another major difference between an Audiologist and a Hearing Aid Specialist lies within their scopes of practice. Audiologists are health care professionals who are trained to evaluate hearing loss and related disorders, including balance (vestibular) disorders and tinnitus (ringing in the ears) and to rehabilitate individuals with hearing loss and related disorders. The scope of practice for Hearing Aid Specialists is limited to basic hearing tests just for the purpose of selling hearing aids and their fitting.
“When I came to Fyzical I had a lot of pain on my back. They work on my back and got me on the right track to get me healthy again. I recommend this place to anyone who has an issue that needs physical therapy. Thank again!"
— Alemenesh M.
“I highly recommend Krysta @ FYZICAL. After my surgery I thought I would go to PT a couple times & figure out what I could do at home to get back to normal. I was wrong. Krysta helped me to get my range of motion back and helped my big scar disappear. It was easy to schedule appointments. "
— Amy J.
“Came in after a bad car accident. Couldn’t put my socks on, my back hurt so bad. After 2 months of seeing Heidi & Scott I’ve regained all my mobility & have finally got back into the gym. Night and day difference from when I started."
— Gregory E.
“I had rotator cuff surgery in the spring. Following that surgery my shoulder was very weak and I was unable to move it without pain. I began me therapy with Fyzical and was amazed at how quickly my quality of movement improved with their help. I am now able to move with almost complete range of movement and have most of my strength back. I honestly believe I could not have attained this in less than 6 months with the staff at Fyzical."
— Nancy B.
“I came in with severe sciatica pain I’ve been dealing with it for years and my chiropractor was unable to solve. By the end of my first visit I was walking again with little pain. I’ve returned to a normal daily routine. I wish I would have come to FYZICAL years ago!"
— Craig N.
“Went from bad pain in shoulder to no pain at all. I’m very satisfied with everything."
— David B.
“I had a great care and a great outcome at Fyzical. The staff was kind and knowledgeable. They worked with my very busy schedule and I discharged from their care feeling great!"
— Tracy L.
“Initially I came in basically unable to walk. I could not put any weight on my left leg at all. After approximately 7-8 visits I was back to playing basketball. The staff was nice and friendly. They were absolutely amazing."
— Christian S
“When I first went to therapy my foot hurt so bad I could barely walk on it. This limited the things I could so and made my job at work difficult to do. After six weeks of therapy I am able to walk with little to no pain. Thank to Everyone at Fyzical."
— James M.
“Riley was diagnosed with torticollis at 1 month old. He is a twin and the tight quarters only favored looking one direction so much he developed a knot in his neck muscle that was very visible as well as a flat spot on the side of his head. With PT it has made a huge difference in his behavior and interaction! By starting right away when we were diagnosed and working a lot with him at home it only took about 5 months and his back to normal with his head control and development. Krysta gave us stretches and exercises that were easy to do throughout the day with a busy house of 3 kids."
— Riley B.
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