In the process of writing my new book, I had to do a massive amount of research and ended up with a long list of tinnitus related companies, resources, links and more. And now that my book is finally finished, I realized how helpful a comprehensive list like this would be for the community. So I turned it into a post! Consider this my […]

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Audio Version (Better for Streaming):   On September 26th, I had the chance to give a talk about Meniere’s disease to a group of college students at the Jefferson College of Health Sciences in Roanoke, VA. All the students are on track to become physical therapy assistants and would likely work with vestibular patients at some point in the […]

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You all asked for it, and here it is! I have finally started making videos about Meniere’s disease! (and Tinnitus too.) I actually made the decision last week but struggled to decide on what I should talk about first. And then it hit me. My very first video should be about raising awareness. It’s really hard […]

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It’s hard to imagine that in 2015, a person could be at a loss for information. Especially when Google puts the collected knowledge of mankind at our fingertips. But for those of us suffering from Meniere’s disease, and other vestibular disorders, having access to information has not always helped. In fact it often works against […]

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Most people will never understand what it’s like to stare down the barrel of a complex medical diagnosis. That’s not to say they will never get sick. They will. And it might be terrible. But most of the time, it will at least be easy to comprehend. The implications will be clear. The treatment options […]

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The world is full of pink ribbons, yellow wristbands, and walks for a cure. Chronic disease and tragic illness are an unfortunate part of life that surrounds us always. Raising awareness has always been an important strategy for winning the war against disease. It directs research dollars towards new treatments and cures. It empowers the […]

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