Our passion for healing didn’t come out of nowhere.

It began with the scientific research of our expert team.

RestorEar Devices is a leader in the development of novel, non-pharmaceutical technologies for the prevention of noise-induced hearing loss and conditions related to the inner ear, including tinnitus (ringing in one’s ear). Founded in 2017 by an interdisciplinary team of research scientists, engineers, and clinicians, our goal is to provide solutions to the universal problem of hearing loss. Our cutting edge products are intended for both clinical, and consumer home use.

ReBound hearing health products are designed for daily use, integrating comfortably into your wellness routine for home based self care. These products are intended to help those who experience the loudest noise in their daily lives – first responders, military personnel, construction workers, and anyone concerned about the negative effects of noise exposure on their hearing health. We hope to raise awareness to the problem of noise-induced hearing loss and provide a practical, restorative solution. Learn more about the science behind the ReBound here.

Clinical devices currently in development use the same science-backed cooling technology to offer the best post-operative outcomes to patients receiving procedures affecting the inner ear. Trials for clinical products are scheduled for 2023. Our research and development efforts are supported in part by multiple grants from the National Institute of Health (NIH). 

All RestorEar products are proudly made in the USA.

RestorEar products and technologies are protected by numerous US and foreign patents, and pending patents.


What is ReBound?

ReBound by RestorEar is the first ever research-backed home use product designed to support hearing health after noise exposure. Each ReBound includes a flexible, auto-adjustable headband and two novel, non-toxic gel packs crafted to fit comfortably around the ears. ReBound uses scientifically proven cooling technology to help reduce the impact of trauma caused by noise. 


Who should use ReBound?

ReBound was created for first responders, military personnel, construction workers, musicians, and other individuals with the noisiest lives. That being said, everyone experiences noise daily and can benefit from ReBound. Click here to learn more about the threat of noise exposure in our everyday lives. 


What is the difference between ReBound and ReBound Extended?

ReBound is our original home use product designed to support hearing health after noise exposure through research-backed cold therapy. It was designed to integrate seamlessly into your daily self-care routine. 

ReBound Extended was created for those with the most daily noise exposure– first responders, military personnel, construction workers, and musicians. It uses the same cooling technology with heavy-duty cold packs to provide relaxing cold therapy for longer. 


When should I use ReBound?

ReBound was designed to integrate seamlessly into your life and can be used while you work from home, do laundry, or just relax. Use is daily as part of your self-care routine or as needed after noise exposure. 


Is ReBound a replacement for hearing protection like earplugs or earmuffs?

ReBound is the first ever home care product created to minimize the effects of noise AFTER exposure. While it doesn’t replace protective measures like earplugs and earmuffs, which can be used during noise events, ReBound fills in the gaps of noise prevention. Use ReBound after earplugs or earmuffs to provide additional hearing support, or use it alone when you forget to wear hearing protection.


Does ReBound cure deafness?

ReBound is not a cure for deafness. Currently, there are no FDA-approved cures for deafness. Click here to learn more about deafness and here to learn about RestorEar’s role in addressing this issue.

Will ReBound restore hearing that was lost years ago?

ReBound works best when used within 24 hours of noise exposure. It cannot restore past hearing loss.


Are there any studies supporting the effectiveness of ReBound’s therapy?

RestorEar’s research collaborators have multiple published papers and NIH-funded studies supporting cold therapy. A Phase 2 clinical trial for ReBound is set to begin in 2023. Click here to learn more about the research behind ReBound.


Is ReBound FDA approved?

ReBound is currently in the process of  FDA registration as a Class 1 medical device.


How can I return my ReBound?

We hope you love your ReBound. That being said, if you are unsatisfied with your purchase, you can refer to our return policy here.