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Hearing Aids

Choosing a hearing aid that will work best for you may seem like a challenge. You need to balance your personal aesthetic, lifestyle and budget, as well as which model will work best for your type and degree of hearing loss. FYZICAL Therapy & Balance Centers certified doctor of audiology helps break this process down into steps makes it more manageable.

Determine which style will work best with your loss and lifestyle.

Receiver In Canal (RIC)


Barely visible when worn, the RIC style is an instrument in which the receiver, or speaker, is inside the ear canal. Thin electrical wires are used instead of a plastic acoustical tube, reducing distortion. RIC hearing aids provide a comfortable, open fit. For mild to moderate hearing loss. Learn more...

Behind The Ear (BTE)


The hearing technology is housed in a casing that rests behind the ear. A clear plastic acoustical tube directs amplified sound into an earbud or a customized earmold that is fitted inside the ear canal. For moderate to severe hearing loss. Learn more...

Completely In Canal (CIC)


CIC hearing instruments are custom-made to fit completely in the ear canal. Only the tip of a small plastic “handle” shows outside the canal, which is used to insert and remove the instrument. For mild to moderate hearing loss. Learn more...

In The Canal (ITC)


ITC hearing instruments are custom-made to fit in the ear canal with a smaller portion of the hearing aid showing in the outer ear. For mild to mildly severe hearing loss. Learn more...

Invisible In The Canal (IIC)

Invisible In the canal

This custom-fitted style is inserted farther into the ear canal than other styles, so it's completely invisible* when worn. IIC hearing aids are designed to be removed daily to promote good ear health. For mild to moderate hearing loss.
*Individual results may vary. Invisibility may vary based on your ear's anatomy. Learn more...

In The Ear (ITE)

In the ear

ITE hearing instruments are custom-made to fit within the outer portion of the ear. For mild to severe hearing loss.Learn more...