Click here to view this CNN article and video featuring Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich who suffers from tinnitus. The article and video also features Atlanta Tinnitus Practitioner, Norma Mraz, Au.D.
“Tinnitus Treatment Saves a Marriage” by Janice Howard, MA, CCC-A. Featured in Advance for Audiologists-January/February 2010. Ms. Howard is a member of the TPA and practices tinnitus treatment at the New England Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Clinic in Hamden, Connecticut.
“Tinnitus Therapy Returns a Life” by Paula Schwartz, Au.D. Featured in Advance for Audiologists–March/April 2010. Ms. Schwartz is on the Advisory Board for the Tinnitus Practitioners Association. Her practice, Audiology Concepts, Inc, is located in South Edina, Minnesota.
“Tinnitus Combined with Hyperacusis” by Marsha Johnson, Au.D. Featured in Advance for Audiologists-May/June 2010. Ms. Johnson is on the Advisory Board for the Tinnitus Practitioners Association and on the Board of Directors for the American Tinnitus Association. She treats tinnitus and hyperacusis patients in her private practice, the Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Clinic, Inc. in Portland, Oregon.
The September/October 2010 issue of ADVANCE for Audiologists Cover Story “Entrepreneurial Excellence” highlights Dr. Natan Bauman and his private practice, the Hearing, Balance and Speech Center. The article highlights Bauman’s various contributions and successes (as engineer, audiologist, entrepreneur, patented hearing aid inventor, and innovator) to the field of audiology. Specific topics in the cover story are: Practice growth and development (from one office …
The March/April 2011 issue of ADVANCE for Hearing Practice Managment features “When the Music Never Stops” written by TPA Education and Marketing Director and Audiologist, Merideth Eldridge, M.A., FAAA.
“Case Study: Hyperacusis with Phonophobia” by Dr. Natan Bauman, Ed.D., M.S., Eng., FAAA. Featured in ADVANCE for Hearing Practice Management, May 24, 2011. Dr. Bauman is director of the New England Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Clinic and founder of the Tinnitus Practitioners Association.
“When a Chomp or a Slurp is a Trigger For Outrage”, by Joyce Cohen, NY Times, September 5, 2011. The article addresses the sound sensitivity disorder, misophonia. Audiologist, Dr. Marsha Johnson, Au.D. is a contributing professional on the article.
“The Sound and the Fury: The Slightest Noises that Drive People Crazy” and “When annoying sounds spark major rage: Driven to distraction, and worse, by noise, misophonia sufferers seek a solution”, Today Show NBC., September 8, 2011. Audiologist, Dr. Marsha Johnson, Au.D. contributes her professional expertise to this segment.
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