Dr. Kostas (Gus) Neoclis received his Doctor of Science in Audiology Degree (Sc.D.) from Montclair State University in 2010. In addition, Dr. Neoclis is certified, as he holds the Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology (CCC-A), a nationally recognized professional credential that represents a level of excellence...
At GN Audiology we believe in delivering the best in Long Island Audiology. We provide patients with affordable hearing aids from the industry's leading manufacturers.
When fitting hearing aids, Real Ear Measures (REM), are the most reliable and efficient method for assessing the benefit provided by the amplification. It is recommended by both the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), and the American Academy of Audiology (AAA). An estimated 70% of hearing care providers do not use Real Ear Measures when programming hearing aids.
The only way to verify that a hearing aid is programmed correctly is to have real ear measures performed
Gus, It was a pleasure meeting with Dr. Kostas Neoclis for a hearing evaluation -- in the course of which he administered a hearing test, which indicated the extent of my hearing loss as well as its proposed treatment. Since I was interested in the most advanced technology and there were so many options available to me, I was particularly appreciative that Dr. Neoclis took the time to explain clearly all the alternatives, allowing me to decide which route to take without the high-pressure sales pitch other audiologists have given me in the past. Consequently, I trusted his judgment and, together with my own well-informed understanding of my needs, ordered a set of Oticon Opn S, which will serve me well in the years to come since I am a musician by trade.
I am so happy with my new hearing aids. I am finally able to hear again and don’t have to worry about not hearing people anymore. It also doesn’t hurt that the prices here are so much more inexpensive than anywhere else.
I just cannot believe how affordable the hearing aids are from this place compared to everyone else. The prices are even better than those of the big box retail stores!
I've known Gus since college, about 15 years. Besides being a down to earth great guy he's also a knowledgeable and caring clinician. That's why when my dad was having a hearing issue that was affecting his ability to enjoy playing and listening to his guitar, I called Gus to see if he could help. My dad was hesitant to go and test his hearing and even more about possibly starting to wear a hearing aid. As soon as we got to Gus' store, we received quick service and he really took the time to listen to my dad's needs and concerns. My dad ended up with a hearing aid that not only was aesthetically pleasing but was super affordable. With his new hearing aid, he's shocked at how much hearing quality he had lost and how much more enjoyable it is when he listens to music. Great personal service and experience, don't hesitate to go!
GN Audiology is the place to go to for thorough hearing testing and affordable hearing aids. The level of professionalism and attention to detail is second to none.
We do not require patients to have a health insurance plan in order to receive their free hearing test in Long Island. We offer free comprehensive hearing evaluations to the public.
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We specialize in ALL of the latest hearing aid technologies (including direct to mobile phone aids) and systems. This includes all styles of hearing aids as well as wireless accessories, which place your hearing instruments into play with your favorite technologies like TVs, mobile phones, MP3 players, and more.
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Dr. Kostas (Gus) Neoclis holds the Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology (CCC-A), a nationally recognized professional credential that represents a level of excellence in the field of Audiology. Since founding GN Audiology in 2016, Dr. Neoclis has personally transformed the lives of hundreds of patients.
Real ear measurement (REM) is critical when fitting patients with hearing aids because it verifies the gain (volume) provided by the hearing aids based on the pitch and volume of the sound they pick up. Research consistently indicates that without REM being performed, patients will not achieve the level of amplification that is needed to meet their hearing loss prescription.Only an estimated 30% of audiologists and hearing aid dispensers use REM when fitting hearing aids. REM is recommended by both the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), and the American Academy of Audiology (AAA), as the preferred method of verifying the performance ...