With full hands and fuller hearts, we are proud to announce the birth of our sweet baby boy. Thanks to everyone for your well wishes. We appreciate your patience while the clinic has been lightly staffed. We have enjoyed working with Dr. Deb Brewer and are thrilled she has taken such good care of all of our patients. We can't wait for you to meet our new son!
The American Tinnitus Association, the leading organization working to research and treat tinnitus, has released a glossary of terms on their website, which can also be downloaded. The scientific terms used in the study of tinnitus can be difficult to understand, so having a glossary such as this is very useful. The glossary covers all terms related to tinnitus and can be found at the following link: https://www.ata.org/research-toward-cure/glossary Thanks to the ATA for putt
The latest data available shows us that some 45 million adults in the United States suffer from tinnitus. This makes it one of the most common health conditions, affecting 1 in 5. Of those 45 million, 20 million are estimated to struggle moderately with their tinnitus on a daily basis. Another 2 million are estimated to be struggling with debilitating tinnitus. Needless to say it is a serious health condition and extremely common. That being known there are certain population