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Chicago Doctor Invents Affordable Hearing Aid Outperforms Many Higher Priced Hearing Aids

Reported by J. Page

CHICAGO: A local board-certi�ied Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) physician, Dr. S. Cherukuri, has shaken up the hearing aid industry with the invention of a medical-grade, affordable

hearing aid. This revolutionary hearing aid is designed to help millions of people with hearing loss who cannot afford—or do not wish to pay—the much higher cost of traditional hearing aids.

“Perhaps the best quality-to-price ratio in the hearing aid industry” – Dr. Babu, Board-Certified ENT Physician

Dr. Cherukuri knew untreated hearing loss could lead to depression, social isolation, anxiety, and symptoms consistent with

Alzheimer’s disease. He didn’t know why hearing aids were so expensive when the prices on so many consumer electronics like TVs, DVD players, cell phones, and digital cameras had fallen.

Since Medicare and most private insurance plans do not cover the costs of hearing aids, which can cost between $2,000- $6,000 for a pair, many of the doctor’s patients could not afford the expense. Dr. Cherukuri’s goal was to �ind a solution that would help with the most common types of hearing loss

at an affordable price, similar to the “one-size-fits-most” reading glasses available at drug stores.

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He evaluated numerous hearing devices and sound ampli�iers, including those seen on television. Without fail, those were found to amplify bass/low frequencies (below 1000 Hz) and were not effective amplifying the frequencies related to the human voice.

Inspiration from a Surprising Source

The doctor’s inspiration to defeat the powers-that-be that kept inexpensive hearing aids out of the hands of the public

actually came from a cell phone he had just purchased. “I felt that if someone could develop an affordable device like an iPhone®

things, I could create a hearing aid at a similar price.” for about $200 that could do all sorts of RATING ©2016

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a pair. It has been declared to be the best low-cost hearing aid that ampli�ies the range of sounds associated with the human voice without overly amplifying background noise.

The high cost of hearing aids is a result of layers of middlemen and expensive unnecessary features. Dr. Cherukuri concluded that it would be possible to develop a medical-grade hearing aid without sacri�icing the quality of components. The result is the MDHearingAid PRO, well under $200 each when buying

Tested by Leading Doctors and Audiologists

The MDHearingAid PRO has been rigorously tested by leading ENT physicians and audiologists who have unanimously agreed

that the sound quality and output in many cases exceeds more expensive hearing aids.



“I have been wearing hearing aids for over 25 years and these are the best Behind-the-Ear aids I have tried. Their sound quality rivals that of my $3,000 custom pair of Phonak®

Xtra digital ITE.” —Gerald L.

“I have a $2,000 ReSound® ear and the MDHearingAid®

—Dr. May, ENT physician

“They work so great, my mother says she hasn’t heard this well in years, even with her $2,000 digital! It was so great to see the joy on her face. She is 90 years young again.” —Al P.

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Live hearing aid in my left PRO in my right ear. I am

not able to notice a significant difference in sound quality between the two hearing aids.”

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