Digibionic is poised to revolutionize the Thai hearing industry

Digibionic is poised to revolutionize the Thai hearing industry

Digibionic, a cutting-edge Taiwanese hearing aids company, is poised to transform the Thai hearing industry with its team of local experts. The company's state-of-the-art technology and personalized approach to patient care will provide Thais with affordable hearing solutions that do not compromise on quality.

The company’s unique solutions are designed to provide the best possible sound quality, comfort, and convenience for users. The company's team of experts will work with each patient to create a personalized hearing service that meets their individual needs, also available at a variety of price points, making them accessible to people of all income levels.


Thailand has a population of over 69 million people, and according to the World Health Organization, approximately 3.8 million people in Thailand have disabling hearing loss. This means that there is a large potential market for hearing care services in Thailand. However, there are only a limited number of specialized hearing care professionals in the country. This shortage is due to a number of factors, including:

  • A lack of training programs: There are currently no accredited training programs for hearing care professionals in Thailand. This means that there is no formal pathway for people to become qualified hearing care professionals.
  • The relatively high cost of hearing technologies: Hearing aids and other hearing technologies are relatively expensive in Thailand. This can make it difficult for people to afford the necessary treatment.
  • The lack of awareness about hearing loss: There is a lack of awareness about hearing loss in Thailand. This means that many people who could benefit from hearing care are not aware of the services that are available.

The shortage of specialized hearing care professionals in Thailand is a significant problem. It means that many people who could benefit from hearing care are not able to access the services that they need. This can have a negative impact on people's quality of life. It can also lead to social isolation and economic disadvantage.

Mimitakara - designed to meet the stringent regulations that govern medical devices using Taiwanese chip technology.

Mimitakara is a hearing aid brand produced by the Digibionic group. They are designed to meet the needs of customers with hearing loss, and offer a variety of styles to suit individual preferences. The hearing aids' convenient multiple functions can improve the quality of life of users, and help to avoid social problems such as dementia in the elderly.

Digibionic founder David Wu's motivation to expand into overseas markets is rooted in his love for his sister, who has congenital hearing impairment and has faced numerous challenges since childhood. "She was always a beautiful and quiet child, and everyone thought she was well-behaved. It was not until she started school that we realized she had congenital auditory nerve underdevelopment. Seeing her endure such difficulties from a young age inspired me to develop Mimitakara hearing aids," he said.

Mimitakara rechargeable hearing aids have made Digibionic a popular brand. In 2007, David Wu developed the world's first rechargeable hearing aid, which was patented in eight countries and won the National Invention and Creation Award in Taiwan. This achievement helped Digibionic to become a hearing aid ODM (Original Design and Manufacturing) manufacturer.

Digibionic is committed to providing high-quality hearing aids that meet the needs of customers. The company's hearing aids are designed to be comfortable and easy to use, and offer a variety of features to improve the quality of life of users.

The Collaboration

Ryan Yeh, country manager, said that collaboration is key to making sure everyone has access to quality hearing care. He said that by working together with local hearing experts, we can share resources, expertise, and technology to provide personalized care, increase access to hearing aids and other assistive technologies, and raise awareness of hearing loss.

“If hearing loss were visible, we would be more aware of its prevalence. After all, one in every ten people has some degree of hearing loss. This means that if you walk past ten people, one of them is likely to have difficulty hearing. Unfortunately, hearing loss is often invisible, so many people are unaware of how common it is. This can lead to social isolation and other problems for people with hearing loss. It is important to be aware of the signs of hearing loss so that you can get help if you need it.

I’m glad that my clinic could contribute to better hearing for those who have not yet access to hearing care.”  said Dr. Saharat Angsumat, Neurologist

“I've always thought that hearing care should be more accessible, especially when it comes to getting hearing aids. I think that not just hearing care professionals, but other community members like pharmacists and general practitioners, can help people hear better. But we need to develop a system that takes local resources into account without sacrificing the benefits to users. And that's what we've done.” - Wichanart Komolkanok, project co-founder

Partners are welcome

Digibionic’s team of experts is dedicated to helping patients improve their hearing and quality of life. They are committed to provide high-quality hearing solutions to the people of Thailand.

“Our success is only possible with the support of our valued partners. We welcome any organization, community, or business that would like to learn more about our business model. Please do not hesitate to contact us.” - Ryan Yeh, country manager.

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