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MDHearingAid – Assistive Living Devices

“Assisted living devices are actual non-hearing aid devices that help people hear in certain situations. One example is an amplified telephone that rings louder so people with hearing problems can hear them. Another is an extra loud alarm clock or a device that allows a doorbell to turn your lights on and off. If they […]

The MD Hearing Aid Acoustitone Pro on Fox

Gigi: I have to tell you about this. You might not know, but I do not hear very well in my left ear. I wear this hearing aid, which cost me $1,600. Can you stand it? And it’s not covered by insurance. There are 28 million people with hearing loss who don’t wear hearing aids. […]

MDHearingAid – Hearing Aids vs PSAPS

“Personal sound amplifying products or PSAPs, a new category of product that were recently developed. They are nonmedical devices, more like electronic devices, intended for normal hearing people to amplify sounds such as if they’re at a sporting event or listening to birds. I liken them to binoculars for the ears. They’re not medical devices […]

Study Proves MDHearingAid is the Best Low Cost Alternative

The hearing aid market is filled with low cost, one-size-fits-all hearing aids that many people choose over the expensive custom made types. Unfortunately, many of these hearing aids will not perform to expectations and the customer will be out several hundred dollars. If the low cost option doesn’t work, then it’s still a waste of […]

French Horn Players at High Risk for Hearing Loss

Recent studies have shown that professional french horn players are at a higher risk for developing hearing loss. Among professional orchestral musicians, french horn players are one of the most at risk groups. The study, which was conducted at the University of Queensland and the University of Sydney during the 2010 annual gathering of the […]

MDHearingAid – Hearing Aids Currently Available

“There are many different types of styles, but you can group them loosely into two categories: in-the-ear and behind-the-ear hearing aids. Behind-the-ear hearing aids offer certain advantages such as not plugging up the ear and they are more sturdy in the face of ear canal moisture or earwax that often damage or clog in-the-ear hearing […]

Advice for Wives Whose Husbands Don’t Listen

What did you say? Can you repeat that, please? Hearing loss makes communication a challenge, which unfortunately may put relationships – in particular, a marriage – in peril. Feelings of anger, frustration and resentment are often experienced by those suffering from hearing loss, as well as by spouses who are constantly barraged with having to […]

MD Hearing – Digital vs Analog Hearing Aids

“Digital hearing aids take the analog sound signal and convert it to digital information, which then allows the digital signal processing to manipulate the sound. This has certain advantages such as in noisy or challenging environments where programs and software can help make sound and speech clearer than an analog hearing aid may do in […]

The History of MDHearingAid

“I started MD Hearing Aid because as a physician in otolaryngology or ear, nose, and throat surgery I saw a lot of patients who had hearing loss who would benefit from hearing aids, but they would often go home without a solution. A big part of that is the cost of the hearing aids were […]

How To Convince Someone You Love They Need a Hearing Aid

Do you know someone who is losing their hearing but refuses to get a hearing aid? This can be a very difficult situation to be in. On one hand, you are concerned for the other person and want them to get help, but on the other you don’t want to offend them or make them […]