Audio Rehab Lab Inc of Florida

Kaki Pope, Clinical Audiologist
850-878-7228

1614 Mahan Center Blvd. Suite 102
Tallahassee, FL 32308

Latest Hearing Health News

Sonic is introducing its new wireless invisible-in-the-canal (IICW) custom hearing aid for patients who want the out-of-sight style of an IIC and the capabilities and convenience of wireless Bluetooth® connections. The discreet new addition to Sonic’s custom range is available in Celebrate100 and Cheer60. With wireless programming and binaural coordination, the new Sonic IICW allows patients to experience the ultimate in discretion without

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"Could you repeat that?" The reason you may have to say something twice when talking to older family members at Thanksgiving dinner may not be because of their hearing. Researchers at the University of Maryland have determined that something is going on in the brains of typical older adults that causes them to struggle to follow speech amidst background noise,

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Signia, the global leader in rechargeable hearing aids, has announced Cellion -- the world's first lithium-ion-powered rechargeable hearing aid that makes use of wireless inductive charging technology. Cellion gives hearing aid wearers the convenience of unlimited wireless streaming for 24 hours on a single charge*. The hearing aids are powerful enough to treat up to severe hearing loss yet are

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Oticon Medical announced today that it has obtained 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market the powerful new Ponto 3 Bone Anchored Sound Processor family. Ponto 3 is the world’s most powerful family of abutment-level sound processors with a fitting range down to 65 dB HL (BC). Combining the highest output ever for an abutment-level

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A causative gene for a highly common type of hearing loss (sensorineural hearing loss, or SNHL) has been identified by a group of Japanese researchers, who successfully replicated the condition using a transgenic mouse. This discovery could potentially be used to develop new treatments for hearing loss. The findings were published on October 5 in the online version of EMBO

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