Browsing: Tinnitus

Today’s article is written by Peter Phua, M.D., a graduate of McMaster University’s medical program. This is Dr Phua’s third contribution on tinnitus to The Hearing Blog, his previous Guest Articles being Notched Sound Therapy as


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Editor’s Note: We had a publishing bug; so please see Guest Article: What Are The Most Common Tinnitus Frequencies?


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Yes, you can safely wear your hearing aids to bed both for tinnitus suppression and environmental awareness: Here’s the recipe. We’ve been wearing hearing aids 24/7/365 without squealing when laying down… And you can wear yours


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Guest Article: A Critical Review of the Evidence for Notched Sound Therapy as a Treatment for Tinnitus: A Summary

  A Critical Review of the Evidence for Notched Sound Therapy as a Treatment for Tinnitus: A Summary  Editor’s Note: From time to time The Hearing Blog presents guest articles for our Readers to consider. Today’s


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Guest Article: Notched Sound Therapy as a Treatment for Tinnitus: A Guide for Hearing Professionals

Editor’s Note: From time to time The Hearing Blog presents guest articles for our Readers to consider. Today’s article written by Peter Phua,  a graduate of McMaster University’s medical program, is on AudioNotch, an on-line provider


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Better Hearing Institute director Dr Sergei Kochkin had an interesting reply to Jason Galsters’ What motivates hearing aid use: “So many of the people with hearing loss have mild hearing loss and are simply not candidates


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The 2011 edition of the Hearing Loss Association of America Convention was a smashing success, with over 1200 people preregistering & well over 1500 attending, making it the biggest convention in theior 32 year history
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