Best Resound Audiologist in South Pasadena/St. Petersburg, Florida is Dr. Rachel Conter

While technology is important in the performance of your hearing aids, your hearing healthcare provider is just as important, if not more! While hearing aids are very smart, and can do several things automatically, you want to have an experienced and qualified professional working with you to help tweak the programming for some minor adjustments you may want. If you are in South Pasadena/St. Petersburg, Florida, please consider seeing Dr. Rachel Conter!  

Resound, one of the six major hearing aid manufacturers, recently came out with a new hearing aid – the Resound One. Not only have they upgraded the computer chip on the inside of the hearing aid, but they also created a new speaker for the hearing aid, called the M&RIE. This new speaker includes a microphone at the entrance of the ear canal, to create the most natural sound quality yet! No other manufacturers have a product quite like this, so it has piqued the interest of patients and audiologists alike! 

Dr. Conter recently attended a training on the new Resound One. Not only is she familiar with the product, but also the software used to program the hearing aids! Working with an audiologist who can navigate the software can be the determining factor as to whether or not the hearing aids are providing appropriate benefit – especially when working with technology as new as this.  

Several insurance plans have recently added the Resound One to their product list, and you may be eligible for benefits! Our insurance team verifies all benefits before you come in, so that we can provide you with accurate information at your appointment. If you are interested in learning more about the Resound One, please contact Gardner Audiology in South Pasadena/St. Petersburg, FL at 1-800-277-1182, or email to schedule an appointment with Dr. Conter 

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