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MD Hearing – Audiologist Testing

Doug Breaker

Last updated on Sep 14, 2018

“In accordance with good health practices, MD Hearing Aid and the US FDA recommend that all people with suspected hearing loss see a physician, such as an ear, nose, and throat physician or an audiologist and get a hearing test prior to wearing hearing aids.

This is a recommendation and it’s not a requirement. So if you’ve had a hearing test in the past or you know you have hearing loss, you certainly can try an MD Hearing Aid product in your home to see if it’s an adequate solution for your situation.”

Doug Breaker
Chief Executive Officer
Doug Breaker serves as CEO of MDHearingAid. Doug joined MDHearingAid after successful CEO roles at HomeFinder.com, EarthClassMail.com and Scripted.com. Doug's decades of experience... [ Learn More ]

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