The best authorized Phonak hearing aid center in South Pasadena, Florida

Whether you are looking for assistance with your current Phonak hearing aids or looking for recommendations for a new Phonak hearing aid we are happy to help. The Audiologists at Gardner Audiology are experts when it comes to the brand Phonak. They are familiar with older models and brand-new models. Our services include, selection and fitting, adjustments, reprogramming, repairs and cleaning for Phonak hearing aids.

Dr. Rachel Conter currently sees the patients of our South Pasadena office and has worked with Phonak for many years. We can help you determine what is best for you by providing diagnostic testing and discussing your specific needs as well as what fits in your budget. Phonak hearing aids are available in a range of technology levels which means a wide range of pricing as well.

The newest product from Phonak is called the Phonak Marvel. The Marvel is a discreet, over the ear hearing aid which can connect to your smartphone, Android or iPhone, and is available in a rechargeable model. Phonak also makes custom in the ear styles and is known for their invisible in the canal (IIC) hearing aid.

We are able to program all hearing aids, both new and old, with REM technology. REM (Real Ear Measurements), also known as live speech mapping, is performed by inserting a tiny microphone into the ear to ensure your hearing aids are meeting your prescription level.

To schedule a time to meet with Dr. Rachel Conter call Gardner Audiology at 1-800-277-1182.

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