Reduce the Risk of Dementia

Our Passion Is to Serve You at South Bay Hearing


Individuals with hearing loss are at an increased risk for developing cognitive decline and dementia. New research finds treating hearing loss is the single most modifiable risk factor for reducing the risk of dementia. While your risk increases with the degree of hearing loss, it is important to note that even mild hearing loss can increase your risk by as much as 200%! If you or a loved one struggle to hear clearly, our audiologists can help.

Call South Bay Hearing if you struggle with any of the following:

  • Difficulty hearing when there is background noise
  • TV or radio needs to be louder for you than for your spouse or family
  • Trouble following a conversation in the car
  • The common need to ask others to repeat themselves

 

There is hope! According to recent evidence from Columbia University, today’s leading treatment options for restoring hearing can help to slow down or prevent the development of dementia. Our hearing doctors work to combat dementia by staying at the forefront of modern hearing technology. At South Bay Hearing, we are here to help you keep your mind sharp!




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Improving Cognitive Function


You’ll Hear With Greater Clarity at South Bay Hearing

 

The process of clear hearing involves much more than just your ears. Independent studies support the notion that working memory capacity is crucial for hearing instrument users who are trying to understand speech in adverse conditions. Our hearing technology provides cognitive rehabilitation to support your ability to hear clearly and fully comprehend the sound around you.

At South Bay Hearing, we believe in our ability to change your life with better hearing through the trusted relationship we share with you. This mission inspires us to provide the best possible hearing care with our unparalleled level of service, patient training, and educational programs.

Restoring Hearing Clarity


Stop Struggling to Understand What You Hear With Help From NeuroTechnology™

 

Increasing the volume at which you hear is only one component of hearing restoration. If older hearing aids have made it hard for you to distinguish between sounds or fully comprehend what you hear, then we think you’ll be delighted with the leaps and bounds that modern technology has made. Our hearing care includes state-of-the-art NeuroTechnology™ for true hearing clarity.

 

What Is NeuroTechnology™?

NeuroTechnology™ is designed to treat hearing loss by using complex stimulation patterns to help replace diminished auditory input to the brain. Traditional hearing aids just make things louder, but with today’s new NeuroTechnology™ treatment options, you can hear more clearly and more naturally, in all listening environments… even in noisy restaurants!

Today’s NeuroTechnology™ includes the following features:

  • Enhanced clarity to help fill in the missing speech details
  • Noise-cancellation features to help filter speech in noisy environments
  • Soft-speech booster to help you hear the “soft speakers” in your life (e.g., children and grandchildren, your spouse, etc.)
  • Surround-sound features
  • Bluetooth connectivity to your smart devices

 

How Does NeuroTechnology™ Work?

There are different types of NeuroTechnology™, each custom-designed and programmed to meet your hearing loss and your hearing needs, but they all ultimately perform the same function: to help you hear more clearly — and more naturally.

We hear with our brains, not with our ears. Today’s NeuroTechnology™ is the only proven hearing loss treatment option that focuses on enhancing brain function by providing enhanced clarity surround sound with background-noise-cancelling features.

NeuroTechnology™ can be used to address the full spectrum of hearing difficulties, from people with audiometric “normal hearing” to individuals with severe to profound hearing loss.

 

What Are the Different Types of NeuroTechnology™?

NeuroTechnology™ comes in several “shapes and sizes,” including some invisible options for maximum discretion. Your hearing care provider will review your treatment options based on your specific hearing loss and hearing needs. Regardless of which treatment option is right for you, whether you’re out to dinner with friends, hitting the beach, meeting with clients, or hiking, you’ll be able to hear what matters most with today’s hearing loss technology.

NeuroTechnology Types