L2L’s Philadelphia hearing aid centers offer hearing aids in myriad sizes and styles. Superb aftercare.

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Think you might have a hearing loss? Take the test before scheduling an appointment.

Think you have hearing loss? Take our hearing test

There are 3 types of hearing loss: conductive, sensorineural, and mixed hearing loss.

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Offering the Most Technologically Advanced Hearing Aids

Our hearing aids work exceptionally fast in quiet harmony with your brain, constantly scanning your listening environment 100x per second so you can distinguish speech from noise – automatically adjusting and balancing each sound surrounding you, not just the sound aimed directly at you.

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Physiological Effects of Music and Noise on the Human Body

A recent study found that sympathetic nerves (those that control a body’s automatic actions like heart rate and blood pressure) were suppressed when a person listened to classical music which, in turn, caused a slower heart rate. On the other hand, rock music and other noises increased the heart rate. Researchers concluded that “classical music tends to cause comfort and rock music and noise tend to cause discomfort.”

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State-Of-The-Art Hearing Aids Custom-Fit to YOUR Needs

Sonic’s Captivate hearing aid allows you to enjoy more of the world of sound with less noise and fewer distractions. Clear conversations. Streaming online entertainment.

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The Oticon Opn S hearing aid features a next-generation micro- chip that adjusts and balances the sounds around you and in front of you.

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The Signia Styletto Connect hearing aid is a revolution in sound, style, streaming and charging-on-the-go. Sleek design, trendy colors, and a cool metal look.

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The Phonak Audéo Marvel hearing aid offers a clear, rich sound, connects to iOS/Android smart- phones, and comes with recharge- able technology.

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The Starkey Livio® AI hearing aid lets you hear speech comfortably even in noisy environs. Connects to smartphones, TVs, and media devices. Evens answers phone calls.

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Superior and Individualized Audiological Care for Patients with Hearing Loss

Shawn Guido Co-founder B.S.-HIS/IHS
Shawn Guido
Co-founder
B.S.-HIS/IHS
Jen Sweeney Co-founder
Jen Sweeney
Co-founder

Bucks County Happening Winner 2018Because we are a family owned, operated, and independent Philadelphia hearing center, we can consistently make good on our promise: to provide superior and individualized audiological care for patients with hearing loss.

If your hearing loss diagnosis suggests a hearing aid, together we choose the one that best meets your physiological and lifestyle needs. However, the selection of a hearing aid is relatively useless unless you have the proper support.

And this is where Listen 2 Life excels. It’s our hearing aid fitting and aftercare program that sets us apart.

Listen 2 Life Hearing Centers in Philadelphia offer complete diagnostic services including audiometric and speech testing, hearing aids, hearing aid fittings, and otoscopic examinations.

We Offer Seven (7) Convenient Hearing Aid Centers in the Philadelphia Metro Area

 (267) 477-1446

Chalfort

1500 Horizon Drive
Suite 120D
Chalfont, PA 18914

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Chestnut Hill

8815 Germantown Avenue
Suite 32
Philadelphia, PA 19118

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East Norriton

60 West Germantown Pike
East Norriton, PA 19401

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Lansdale

108 Cowpath Road
Suite 2
Lansdale, PA 19446

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Oaks

400 Cresson Blvd
Oaks, PA 19460

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Roxborough

525 Jamestown Avenue
Suite 104
Philadelphia, PA 19128

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Willow Grove

1001 Easton Road
Suite 106
Willow Grove, PA 19090

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Research & Publications

Did You Know that Not Getting Enough Sleep Can Lead to Hearing Loss?

Americans need more sleep. Surveys show that the average American gets approximately 6.8 hours of sleep a night. That’s a far cry from the average nine hours of sleep that Americans got nightly back in 1910. The number of hours of sleep an individual needs ranges by age, but in

Five Ways to Maintain a Healthy Brain (and Your Hearing)

There is a very important, and very complex, connection between the brain and the ears that creates our ability to hear. It depends upon the successful function of many tiny, intricate parts in the ear. It also depends on the successful journey of sound waves traveling through the ear that

Even Mild Hearing Loss Triples The Risk Of Falling

Mild hearing loss impacts an individual’s life in many ways. It can make it difficult to participate in conversations, hear others in busy environments like restaurants, and make it harder to enjoy watching television. Perhaps the most dangerous effect of mild hearing loss is that it can triple the risk

The Physiological Effects of Music and Noise on the Human Body

“What is that noise?” is the refrain of every generation when listening to a younger generation’s music. Sound familiar? Does the music your children, grandchildren, nieces, or nephews listen to sound like nothing more than fingernails on a chalkboard? It’s an interesting phenomenon: what is music to some is noise