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Stephanie Johnson, AuD

Stephanie Johnson is the Manager of Global Education and Training at Advanced Bionics. She and her team teach recipients, candidates, families, and hearing healthcare professionals about cochlear implant technology. Stephanie received degrees in audiology from SUNY Geneseo and the University at Buffalo in New York. She currently resides in Washington, D.C. with her husband and son.

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What does a cochlear implant do?

Thu, 9 Jun 2022  by  Stephanie Johnson

A cochlear implant (CI) system is a hearing device designed for children and adults with severe or profound hearing loss. It consists of an external part worn on the ear, and an internal part implanted through a surgical procedure. Together, these parts help an individual hear by bypassing their damaged inner ear and stimulating the hearing nerve with tiny pulses of electrical current.