Top Hearing Health Care Professionals Learn Benefits of an Evidence-Based Practice

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HONOLULU, Hawaii - Sept. 14 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- Family Hearing Center's Randy Wohlers, a 30-year Hearing Health Care veteran, addressed a group of hearing health professionals in Vail, Colorado about "Evidence-Based Practice," and why it makes Family Hearing Center unique.

Sonic Innovations, the world's fastest growing hearing aid manufacturer, invited Wohlers to speak to a group of hearing health care professionals interested in upgrading their practices. The secret, according to Wohlers and the team at Family Hearing, is clinically proving the actual benefits that a hearing aid provides for a patient.

"Purchasing a high-tech digital hearing aid is a major expense, so it's always best to make sure the patient sees actual, clinically-measured proof that a hearing aid will help correct hearing problems," Wohlers said.

The seminar, presented to attendees from across the U.S. and Canada, resulted in requests for Wohlers' help to establish their own "Evidence-based Practice" protocols and practices.

Family Hearing Center has won national attention with its measured-performance tests over the past four years. Sonic Innovations has selected the Family Hearing Center as a research site because of their "evidence-based practice."

About Family Hearing Aid Center

The supreme goal of the Family Hearing Aid Center is to provide customers with both the best solution for their hearing needs, and measured clinical proof of correction. With six locations across the Hawaiian Islands, Family Hearing Aid Center works closely to assure proper patient care with hundreds of general practitioners and Ear, Nose and Throat doctors statewide.

And every location is staffed with State Licensed Hearing Health Care Professionals who are members of the National Hearing Aid Society and Nationally Board Certified, or working toward these distinctions.

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