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Contact Us | Chicago, IL 60605 – South Loop | Chicagoland Hearing Aid Centers

September 7th, 2016 (No Comments)

Our Chicagoland Hearing Aid Center in Chicago, IL is conveniently located on Roosevelt Road in Chicago’s South Loop neighborhood. We provide personalized hearing care for all patients who are experiencing hearing loss or are curious to determine if they have need an individualized hearing solution. Chicagoland Hearing Aid Centers in the South Loop offers a free hearing appointment […]

Contact Us | Niles, IL 60714 | Chicagoland Hearing Aid Centers (Golf Mill)

September 7th, 2016 (No Comments)

Chicagoland Hearing Aid Centers (Golf Mill) in Niles, IL is conveniently located on Milwaukee Avenue, just north of Dempster. We provide personalized hearing care for all patients who are experiencing hearing loss or are curious to determine if they have need an individualized hearing solution. Chicagoland Hearing Aid Centers (Golf Mill) in Niles offers a free […]

Contact Us | Bloomingdale, IL 60108 | Chicagoland Hearing Aid Centers

September 7th, 2016 (No Comments)

Our Chicagoland Hearing Aid Center in Bloomingdale, IL is conveniently located on Army Trail Road, a short distance from I-355 and the Swift Meadows County Forest Preserve. We provide personalized hearing care for all patients who are experiencing hearing loss or are curious to determine if they have need an individualized hearing solution. Chicagoland Hearing […]

Hunting and Hearing Loss

September 2nd, 2016 (No Comments)

Hunting and shooting are one of the most popular past-times for men in America. But, shooting any type of firearm without the proper hearing protection can result in severe damage to your hearing, whether temporary or permanent. A study by the University of Wisconsin found that men aged 48 to 92 who hunted regularly were […]

Alanna’s Story

June 21st, 2016 (No Comments)

Renowned New York yoga instructor (one of Yoga Journal’s top 21 teachers under 40), founder of The Kaivalya Yoga Method, published author and Ph.D. student Alanna Kaivalya has lived with hearing loss since childhood, but that clearly hasn’t held her back! She learned to excel in school and even explored music, despite moderate-to-severe mixed hearing […]

About Us

June 6th, 2016 (No Comments)

At Chicagoland Hearing Aid Centers, our commitment is to helping people enjoy life to the fullest by giving them back the gift of hearing. We offer comprehensive and compassionate hearing health care services, including hearing tests, custom hearing aid manufacturing and maintenance, rehabilitation, education and counseling. Learn more about how we are offering the best […]

Hidden Hearing Loss?

January 2nd, 2016 (No Comments)

Hearing loss patient Jeff Larcomb could pass a standard hearing test just fine. But he still could not figure out what others said while in a noisy room. “It’s impossible… As soon as there’s competing sound, it’s all mushed together,” Larcomb said. “I’m staring really intently at people and trying to follow their mouth and […]

Introducing A3i BTE 13!

February 23rd, 2015 (No Comments)

We are excited to introduce the new A3i™ BTE 13, our newest Made for iPhone® Hearing Aid. With the addition of the BTE 13 and our latest advances to our Made for iPhone Hearing Aids – the A3i family continues to break new ground leading the way in performance, personalization and connectivity. Our benchmark operating […]

The man who ate his hearing aids

February 17th, 2015 (No Comments)

We recently stumbled across a news article about a man you accidentally ate his hearing aids thinking they were cashews. You can read the full story here. Though this is obviously an extreme case of failing vision, we thought we would use the incident to remind our patients that our Bloomingdale office is located within […]

What My Hearing Aid Taught Me…

February 9th, 2015 (No Comments)

  Cool techy article out from the Atlantic on hearing aids as “wearables.” … What My Hearing Aid Taught Me About the Future of Wearables By Ryan Budish I was into wearables before there was Google Glass, Apple Watch, or the Moto 360. I was into them before cheap devices told you how much you […]