25th anniversary event of the 1st.  Cochlear Implant

Hearing health

25th anniversary event of the 1st. Cochlear Implant

In 2013 it will be 25 years of the first implantation in Spain of a Nucleus multichannel cochlear implant, from Cochlear. Since 1988, UMusic and Cochlear have shared the development and consolidation of this technique in our country, which has contributed to many people being able to recover their hearing and improve their quality of life.

We think that it is a milestone in the world of hearing that deserves a celebration, to this end, we have the pleasure of inviting our cochlear implant users to the Madrid Warner Park the next Saturday June 22 to celebrate he 25th anniversary of the first Nucleus multichannel cochlear implant intervention carried out in Spain.

During the day, in addition to enjoying the park’s facilities, we will carry out interesting workshops on maintenance, use and care of the processor, rehabilitation, we will share personal experiences and we will have as a great first the presentation of the new Cochlear Nucleus 6 System.

Limited places, please confirm attendance.

To confirm attendance call 902 39 39 40 and indicate that you want to confirm your attendance at Cochlear Implant 25th Anniversary Event

Registration deadline: June 19, 2013

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Simon Müller

Simon Müller is the driving force behind UMusic, embodying a lifelong passion for all things melodious. Born and raised in New York, his love for music took form at an early age and fueled his journey from an avid music enthusiast to the founder of a leading music-centered website. Simon's diverse musical tastes and intrinsic understanding of acoustic elements offer a unique perspective to the UMusic community. Sporting a dedicated commitment to aural enrichment and hearing health, his vision extends beyond just delivering news - he aspires to create a network of informed, appreciative music lovers. Spend a moment in Mueller's company, and you'd find his passion infectious – music isn’t simply his job, it’s his heartbeat.