We are a private practice that has served Pune for over 25+ years. Unlike many others, we are not owned or subsidized by large national chains or hearing aid manufacturers. We are invested in our local community and love getting to know our patients.
We want to know all about you and are focused on our commitment to you and your experience. Our goal is to be your partner as you move toward hearing your best when it matters most. Your success is our top priority
Anyone can sell a hearing aid, but it takes someone special to help you hear your best. Technology is only as good as the person who fits it to you, and we aim to closely match every hearing aid selection to your needs and lifestyle. Visit us today and experience the difference
We believe in relationships, not transactions. Speech, Language, and Hearing care treatment is not a one-time purchase or visit. As Masters of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology, we are concerned with your overall health. Your medical history, medications, and conditions are key factors in determining the best hearing treatment for you. Just like with your dentist, and other medical specialists you see, someone who knows you, your history, your family, and your needs are always best. Changes in your medications, heart function, memory, blood pressure, and other medical conditions can affect and cause changes in your hearing and processing ability. We want to be the specialists you trust to coordinate your Speech, Language & Hearing health with the rest of your health. We offer and utilize every manufacturer, a model, of hearing aid. A hearing aid is a device designed to improve hearing by making sound audible to a person with hearing loss. Our modern Digital Hearing Aid technology has come a long way in the past decade. The selection of Hearing Aids is based on the type and severity of hearing loss, listening needs, and lifestyle.
Our hearing center is equipped with the latest technology to accurately assess the auditory system of patients across the lifespan, from infants to adults.
The hearing evaluation includes tone testing to determine the degree and type of hearing loss
The hearing aids start charging automatically when you place them in the charger and turn on automatically when you take them out.
Although tiny in size, Insio is equipped with state-of-the-art technology for a most natural hearing experience, and can even be remotely controlled.
Auditory brainstem response (ABR) testing is the best test available for newborns and infants up to 6 months of age that can provide information about the softest level of sound the ear can hear.
The Hearing Clinic continues to rely on word of mouth and physician referral. When hearing, problems develop gradually & people don’t accept their hearing, problem initially because of lack of knowledge about the hearing problem & its consequences. So when you find difficulties while hearing it is important to have a qualified hearing health professional check your hearing to determine the best treatment possible. Hearing aids today are digital, which means the incoming sound is converted into a series of numbers which are then processed using mathematical equations. All hearing aids use the same basic parts to carry sounds from the environment into your ear and make them louder. Most hearing aids are digital, and all are powered with a traditional hearing aid battery or a rechargeable battery.
A hearing aid is a small electronic device worn behind the ear or in the ear canal. It amplifies sound so that a person with hearing loss can hear sound better. Hearing devices have three components: a microphone, amplifier and speaker. Sound comes through the microphone and is converted into an electrical signal and sent to the amplifier. The amplifier increases the power of the signals and sends them to the ear through the speaker.
Today’s hearing aid users express a higher level of satisfaction with their devices than ever before. According to a study, more than 91 percent of those who purchase new hearing aids are highly satisfied with their purchase. What’s more, nearly 90 percent of hearing technology users would recommend hearing aids to a friend.
That depends on your lifestyle and your budget. An active person who enjoys traveling and athletic activities will most likely need a different model of hearing aid than someone who spends most of their time at home watching television.
Find the hearing aid that’s best for you When it comes to choosing a hearing aid, there are three main factors to consider:
Do you enjoy being on the go—exercising, traveling, running errands, etc.? Or are you more of a homebody?
Are you comfortable changing small batteries or handling hearing aids with multiple pieces?
In which situations—loud rooms, over the phone, group conversations, etc.— do you have trouble hearing?
Answering these questions will help your hearing care professional identify the best solution for your needs.
In addition to a variety of hearing aid types, modern technology offers features that make your listening experience both pleasant and natural. From Bluetooth enabled hearing aids to feedback suppression and noise reduction features, these devices are built to ensure ultimate convenience and hearing clarity.
Hearing aids come in six major types, depending on where on the ear they are worn. In this section, you’ll learn the main advantages and disadvantages of each type of hearing aid, as well as which lifestyle and level of hearing loss they are best suited for.
• In-the-ear (ITE)
• In-the-canal (ITC)
• Completely-in-canal (CIC)
• Behind-the-ear (BTE)
• Receiver-in-the-canal (RIC)
• Invisible-in-canal (IIC)