WS Audiology (WSA) builds Widex, Signia and Rexton Hearing Aids

WS Audiology, also known as WSA, is a multinational hearing aid manufacturer that strives to “to deliver Wonderful Sound for All” by integrating their services in different markets and in price points to make hearing care accessible by all. This company was first created when two brands, Widex and Sivantos, merged in 2019 and is based in Denmark.

Some notable hearing aid manufacturers that belong to WSA are Widex, Signia, Rexton, and TruHearing. Widex and Signia are widely known across the globe and both companies have phenomenal hearing aids. Signia was once known as Siemens in the past before Sivantos acquired the brand.

WSA partners with third party managed care companies like HearUSA, TruHearing, and Hearing Care Solutions to offer hearing aid benefits for patients when typical health insurances do not. These third party companies offer a variety of hearing aids from different manufacturers, technology levels, and styles. WSA also partners with Sony in the OTC hearing aid sector.

Gardner Audiology is in-network with HearUSA, TruHearing and Hearing Care Solutions for patients whose benefits go through third parties. Our doctors are experienced with Widex, Signia, Rexton, and many more manufacturers’ hearing aids so we are confident that we can help you.

If you are interested in learning more about WSA, call Gardner Audiology at 1-800-277-1182 or email to schedule your appointment with a Doctor of Audiology at one of 10 locations in the Tampa Bay Area of Florida.

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