Meet other cochlear implant users 

Find out how cochlear implants have changed people’s lives by reading their stories and watching video testimonials. If you have a cochlear implant and want to share your experience, please get in touch.

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    Meet Vi

    Meet Vi, the first person in North America to have a Neuro System cochlear implant.

    Read more about Vi

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    Oticon Medical Neuro user experiences

    Sound matters. That’s Oticon Medical’s motto, because that’s what our users care about most. Here’s a look at the Neuro cochlear implant system, as experienced by the people who matter most — you!

    Read more about our happy users

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    Meet Madlen

    35-year-old Madlen is giving us a peek into some of the biggest changes she has experienced since having her cochlear implant.

    Read Madlen’s story

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    Meet Karin

    A 73-year-old retired sociologist who struggled to hear her grandchildren, but who is taking huge steps towards better hearing with her new Neuro cochlear implant system.
    Read Karin’s story

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    Meet Josenilson

    Josenilson Nunes Pessoa is a 34-year-old blind Brazilian man with bilateral profound sensorineural hearing loss. Josenilson was fitted with the Oticon Medical Saphyr® neo.

    Watch Josenilson’s activation

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    Meet Samia

    A 38-year-old marketing project manager who now has the confidence to pick up a call with her Saphyr®® neo collection.

    Read Samia’s story

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    Meet Thierry

    A 48-year old, very active athlete suffering from neurosarcoidosis. Thierry was implanted in 2005 and has had no regrets since.

    See Thierry’s story

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    Saphyr®® neo collection: Testimonials

    This video shows testimonials from cochlear implant users who are happy with their Saphyr®® neo collection sound processor from Oticon Medical. 

    Filmed directly in a hospital setting. Real people, real lives, real experiences.

    Watch the video