How can clinicians and patients work together? Why is tinnitus sub-typing important? Does loudness matter? What does habituation really mean? What different forms of counselling and treatment are available for tinnitus? These are some of the questions addressed in this episode.
Tinnitus Talk spoke with Richard Tyler, from the University of Iowa. His career in tinnitus spans many decades. He has vast experience in both tinnitus research and patient care and is passionate about connecting those two worlds.
Richard also talks about the annual conference on tinnitus management that he is organising this year for the 27th time in Iowa. The conference is open to patients.
Visual Snow and Tinnitus - Phantom Phenomena
Tinnitus and the Power of Prediction - Dr. Will Sedley
Hearing Lost and Found - Frequency Therapeutics
Reviving Retigabine for Tinnitus - Thanos Tzounopoulos, PhD
Coronavirus Special: Tinnitus in Times of Quarantine
Healing Hearing, Silencing Tinnitus? - Hough Ear Institute
Transforming Hyperacusis Research - Bryan Pollard
Neuromod's Lenire - Treating Tinnitus the Bimodal Way
Clinical Guidelines for Tinnitus - Status Quo or Way Forward?
Hearing In, Tinnitus Out - Prof. Marcelo Rivolta
Tinnitus, The Musician's Curse? - CJ Wildheart
A World Without Tinnitus - David Stockdale (British Tinnitus Association)
In Search of a Tinnitus Cure - Dr. Josef Rauschecker
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Trim Healthy Podcast w/Serene & Pearl (and some guy named Danny)
Optimal Living Daily: Personal Development & Minimalism
The Good Glow
Sex With Emily