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Hearing Aids In Pittsburgh

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Hearing Aids

Below is a list of businesses which provide Hearing Aids services. If you do not see your business in the list, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.

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Business Listing   AAA Ear and Aid Specialists - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 788-0444

Business Listing   Acoustical Hearing Aid Company Inc - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 391-2937

Business Listing   Allegheny General Hospital - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 359-6655

Business Listing   Allegheny Hearing Associates - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 341-8973

Business Listing   Allegheny Hearing Instruments - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 343-1320

Business Listing   Audiomed Hearing Instruments - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 922-3901

Business Listing   Avada Hearing Care Center - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 829-2030

Business Listing   Buckmire Robert MD - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 784-5570

Business Listing   Center For Hearing & Deaf Services Inc - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 281-1375

Business Listing   Chen Douglas A MD - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 321-2480

Business Listing   Consultants for Communication Technology - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 761-6062

Business Listing   Costco Wholesale - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 788-0344

Business Listing   Costco Wholesale Inc - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 788-8563

Business Listing   Depaul School for Hearing and Speech - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 924-1012

Business Listing   Durkin JAS J - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 561-4980

Business Listing   Echo Hearing Systems - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 816-2213

Business Listing   Echo Hearing Systems & Audiology - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 928-4680

Business Listing   Gray's Hearing Aid Service - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 829-1777

Business Listing   Greenberger Debra L Ms CCC-A - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 422-5300

Business Listing   Hager Nancy Ms CCC - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 881-0404

Business Listing   Health Center Hearing Aids - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 761-3433

Business Listing   Hearing Unlimited - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 244-5737

Business Listing   Lorenz Stephen A MD - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 782-5566

Business Listing   Metropolitan E N T Associates - Audio Vestibular Laboratory - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 366-3471

Business Listing   Miracle Ear - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 621-1202

Business Listing   Miracle Ear Center - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 494-4187

Business Listing   Miracle-Ear at Sears - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 364-5890

Business Listing   Mondo Italiano - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 531-8048

Business Listing   North Hills Hearing Aid Center - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 931-9290

Business Listing   Ohio Valley General Hospital - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 777-6903

Business Listing   Pennsylvania Hearing Aid Professionals - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 440-0084

Business Listing   Pennsylvania Speech-Language-Hearing Association - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 366-9858

Business Listing   Pittsburgh Association of the Deaf - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 566-7778

Business Listing   Pittsburgh Audiology and Hearing Aid Center Inc - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 364-8744

Business Listing   Pittsburgh Audiology and Hearing Aid Center Inc - MT Lebanon - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 279-2181

Business Listing   Pittsburgh Hearing Aid CO - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 371-6677

Business Listing   River Speech & Educational Services - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 242-0242

Business Listing   Sears Hearing Aid Center - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 831-8111

Business Listing   Sears Roebuck and CO - Retail Store - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 824-8000

Business Listing   Swift Audiology Hearing Aid Service - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 364-8338

Business Listing   Tasso G Spanos Audio Consultant - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 431-7305

Business Listing   Trinity Hearing Aid Co - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 351-9190

Business Listing   UPMC Passavant - Speech Therapy - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 367-6467

Business Listing   UPMC St Margaret - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 784-4026

Business Listing   Western Pennsylvania School For The Deaf - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 371-7000

Business Listing   Zounds Hearing - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 835-7000

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Helpful Definition for: Hearing Aids

Hearing aids are the electro-acoustic devices in Pittsburgh that are typically fitted inside or behind a person's ear, for amplifying and modulating sound for the wearer. Hearing aids often pose discomfort to the users. The most significant of these are -The occlusion effect, which is common for new users, can be nullified in a few weeks by wearing the device on a regular basis. If the problem persists longer, one must consult an audiologist, who will tune the device further. Also, multiple follow-up visits to the audiologist are required as the initial fitting appointment is rarely enough. An up to date audiogram is also recommended at the time of purchase & fitting of the aid.

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