Find out why you should add this growing specialty to your practice.
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Casie Keaton, AuD, CCC-A with Neuromonics offers advice on adding tinnitus to your treatment offerings at AudiologyOnline.com.
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I have questions about your Tinnitus Alleviator as follows:
1. How often would you listen to the sound and for what duration?
We recommend listening 2-4 hours per day. Breaking the listening segments up into 15, 30 or 45 minute sessions is easier to work into one’s lifestyle and can be more impactful. More information can be found by clicking on the (i) icons on each page inside the application.
2. I have both an iPhone and iPad. Can I use this product on both with only one license fee?
Yes if the Apple ID is the same on both devices.
3. If this works for me is there a perpetual license fee?
At this time there is no plan for a perpetual license fee.
Tinnitus – commonly referred to as “ringing in the ears” affects hundreds of millions of people around the world. Yet it remains one of the least-understood medical conditions.
Neuromonics, Inc., manufacturer and distributor of clinically proven tinnitus treatment devices, receives hundreds of questions each month from people seeking answers on tinnitus. Here, to help increase understanding and awareness of the condition, the company presents its top three questions it receives on tinnitus, with answers. Continue reading Neuromonics Details Top Three Tinnitus Questions
Tinnitus Today profiles one of the many patients who has benefited from the Oasis. Read Saul Tave’s story.
Tinnitus Today – Aug 2014
Tinnitus treatment can be a strong offering in your practice. At one of these Neuromonics seminars, you will achieve a comprehensive understanding of tinnitus neurophysiology and then see how best to fit patients with Neuromonics’ products. Continue reading Are Your Patients Suffering From Tinnitus?
Neuromonics Tinnitus Alleviator™ offers 7-day free trial on iOS mobile device
WESTMINSTER, Colo., March 30, 2016 – Neuromonics, Inc., maker and distributor of patented and clinically proven medical devices designed for tinnitus relief, is introducing a downloadable product for mobile devices.