SoundCure Becomes Tinnitus Treatment Device Provider for American Hearing Aid Associates (AHAA)

SAN JOSE, CA--(Marketwired - Mar 27, 2014) - This month, SoundCure joins American Hearing Aid Associates (AHAA), the largest network of audiology and hearing healthcare professionals in the U.S., as an approved vendor. Now AHAA members will have greater access to the SoundCure® Serenade® tinnitus treatment device in order to provide improved tinnitus care to their patients. AHAA is a trusted resource for hearing healthcare information, with a membership of approximately 2,000 professionals. 

Tinnitus, or "ringing ears", affects about 1 in 10 adults, and can be extremely debilitating for some, contributing to stress, anxiety, and difficulty sleeping or concentrating. The SoundCure Serenade tinnitus treatment device is a form of sound therapy that includes proprietary treatment tones known as S-Tones®, which have brought relief to many.

"AHAA has established a broad network of providers nationwide, and we are pleased to be listed as an approved vendor for this community," said Bill Perry, SoundCure CEO. "In addition to offering the Serenade device, we support our customers with clinical tinnitus training, patient education tools, marketing know-how, and flexible business partnering models to suit many kinds of practices."

About SoundCure, Inc.
SoundCure, Inc. is a privately held medical device company whose mission is to revolutionize the treatment of tinnitus and provide relief to the millions of people suffering its effects. SoundCure is an Allied Minds company.

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SoundCure Serenade tinnitus treatment device