Our Process for Restored Hearing
HOW WE HELP
We don’t turn up the volume. We restore your hearing.
The shocking truth about hearing aids is that the wrong device – or even the right one, without proper monitoring and adjustment – can make it more difficult to hear.
Hearing loss often happens because of exposure to loud noise. If your hearing device does nothing but turn up the volume, then you’re unknowingly making the damage worse.That’s why our focus is on restoring function through an individualized rehabilitative process.
Our Rehabilitative Process
Step One: Free Hearing Evaluation
Sometimes hearing loss is not related to auditory damage. That’s why our specialists run several tests to make sure you’re not dealing with a more serious medical issue like fluid, a tumor, or an infection.
If other concerns are ruled out, then we will comprehensively evaluate and explain your hearing loss so you are fully educated on where you are today and where you could be, with the right treatment.
This appointment is free, and there is no obligation to make a purchase.
Step Two: Find and Fit Your Device
We want you to feel fully confident in the device we recommend for your needs and budget. That’s why we represent the nation’s leading brands to maximize your options.
Once we find the ideal device, we’ll customize it to the exact measurements of your ear, whether it’s custom or over the ear, and program it to address your specific hearing loss.
Step Three: Rehabilitate Your Hearing
Gulf Coast Hearing is a pioneer in hearing restoration. Our specialists will isolate the areas of damage and continuously adjust your device to gradually stimulate those nerves, making your auditory system stronger.
Most other providers will only make initial tweaks and adjustments and then tell you to “get used to” any feedback, tinny sounds, or unnatural echoes. Because they won’t adjust them again, those irritating noises are here to stay.
Nobody gets used to that, which is why so many people stop using their devices. But, with us, the only thing you have to get used to is better hearing.
We will frequently adjust your devices not only to avoid those noises but also to gradually restore areas of damage to fuller function.