Or “REM” as we call it; Is a great way to verify that your hearing aid is providing the right amount of sound to your eardrum. REM is not a required test and only a “recommended” one; asking your provider if they use REM will show you if they have invested in their paitients’ being properly fit. Hearing In Motion uses a REM by MedRx. (it’s a good one)
If you’re currently wearing hearing devices and are curious about their performance in relation to your hearing loss, mention this blog post and we will test and verify your fitting in our office for no charge.