Trust Your Hearing to a Doctor - of Audiology
The Difference is that Important.
An Audiologist earns a doctoral degree, studying all aspects of hearing, including anatomy, physiology, disease, aging, technology, acoustics and much more.
By comparison, a sales person at a big box wholesale club, or a hearing aid store, only has to have a high school education, pass a state rules and regulations test, and a one-year apprenticeship to be called a "hearing aid specialist."
When it comes to something as important in your life as
your hearing, trust the doctor—of audiology.
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