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This Patient-Centered Book reveals everything you need to know about:

  • The Neuroscience of maintaining independence and increasing social engagement as you age.
  • The proven ways to reduce your risk of developing dementia.
  • The impact of untreated hearing loss on cognitive function.
  • The frequently asked questions about medical treatment of hearing loss.

In this NEW release you’ll learn the secrets to living your best life, which include:

  • Understand  the cause, management, and relief of tinnitus.
  • The connection between your ears and brain how tinnitus plays a role.
  • Research on tinnitus management.
  • Learn about the single most effective treatment to silence the ringing in your ears!

About The Authors

Dr. Susan Swain
Doctor of Audiology

 

Dr. Susan Swain discovered the possibility of a career in the field of audiology after encountering her own middle-ear problems and surgeries. With a great mentor and a drive to help others, Dr. Swain excelled in her studies at A.T. Stills University, University of South Carolina, and Rutgers University, where she earned her Au.D., M.Aud, and BA in Speech and Hearing Sciences, developing a real passion for her career. Her involvement in her community goes far beyond her practice, where she volunteers, educates, and elevates the people around her through countless groups and other organizations.

Dr. Keith N. Darrow, PhD, CCC-A

Harvard Medical & M.I.T. Trained Neuroscientist
Certified Dementia Practitioner

 

Dr. Darrow holds a Ph.D. from a joint Harvard Medical and M.I.T. program focused on Speech and Hearing Bioscience and Technology. As a research associate at the Eaton Peabody Lab at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Dr. Darrow contributed to the development of next generation auditory prostheses. His most recent contribution to patient access and affordability was advocating nationwide for a low monthly subscription option for the medical treatment of hearing loss and Tinnitus.