Cochlear Implant Center
If you have hearing loss that is limiting your ability to communicate, you need to visit our Cochlear Implant Center at MMC. Cochlear implants can provide better hearing and improved quality of life through the latest technology and unmatched care. Murfreesboro Medical Clinic now offers the revolutionary Cochlear Implant to patients throughout Middle Tennessee who suffer from significant hearing loss. Our Cochlear Implant Center sets us apart in the treatment of hearing loss. In addition to cochlear implants, we also provide bone anchored hearing aids and traditional hearing aids.
What is a Cochlear implant?
A Cochlear Implant is a surgically implanted device recommended for a person with moderate to profound hearing loss and poor word understanding. The device essentially replaces the cochlea, which is the organ responsible for hearing, located in the inner ear.
A Cochlear Implant is a great option to consider when hearing aids do not provide the clarity of sound needed to understand speech and spoken language. Communication is needed in every day life, therefore, it is important to maximize a person’s ability to communicate successfully. It is also an option for patients who have tried hearing aids, and found them to be unsuccessful or are still struggling to hear.
Naida™ CI Connect receiver
Advanced Bionics announces Naída CI Connect receiver, the new design-integrated solution for Naída CI Q90 sound processor. Connect like never before – stream direct, hands-free, any device.
HiRes™ Ultra 3D cochlear implant
Advanced Bionics announces its new cochlear implant, the HiRes Ultra 3D. Built with AB's cutting-edge technology, these implants are safe for a 3.0 Tesla MRI without magnet removal—giving you the freedom of hassle free MRIs if you ever need one.
Additional Treatment Options Provided
We offer a variety of treatment options for individuals with loss of hearing. The treatment option recommended is dependent on the type and severity of the hearing loss. Options include traditional hearing aids, bone anchored hearing aids, and cochlear implants. We offer several brands of hearing aids and spend time with each patient to determine the best option for them. Learn more about our hearing aid offerings.
For more information on our Cochlear Implant Center and how to achieve a higher quality of life through improved hearing, please contact us at 615-867-8110.