Robert M. Traynor, Ed.D., MBA, FNAP

Audiology Consultant

Read About Robert Traynor

Robert M. Traynor is a board certified audiologist with 46 years of clinical practice in audiology. He is a hearing industry consultant, trainer, professor, conference speaker, practice manager and author.  He has 45 years experience teaching courses and training clinicians within the field of audiology with specific emphasis in hearing and tinnitus rehabilitation.  Adjunct Faculty in Audiology at the University of Florida, University of Northern Colorado, University of Colorado and The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.  Experience includes:

  • Clinical Audiology and Hearing Assessment
  • Hearing Rehabilitative Treatment
  • Tinnitus Treatment and Rehabilitation (Since 1978)
  • Lifestyle Implications of Hearing loss and Tinnitus/Hyperacusis
  • Hearing Instruments and Hearing Instrument Fittings
  • Professional Selling techniques
  • Air bag deployment and Hearing/Tinnitus injuries
  • Audiology Practice Management
  • Cranial Nerve Monitoring – Otolaryngology Cases
  • Forensic Audiology, 20 Cases, 1 Deposition, 1 Trial
  • Hearing Aid and Equipment Product Training of Distributors in 40 countries
  • Hearing Aid and Audiometric Equipment Research and Development Teams
  • Author
  • Professor of Audiology, Audiology Program Director
  • State and National Convention Speaker

Robert M. Traynor Curriculum Vitae

Audiology Consultant

Advisor and trainer to hearing industry companies and private practices around the world.


Contributor to Hearing Health & Technology Matters and co-author of Strategic Practice Management with Dr. Robert Glaser.

Adjunct Faculty

Audiology Instructor at the University of Florida, The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and others.

Clinical Audiologist

46 years experience as a practicing audiologist.

Forensic Audiologist

Expert witness in seven cases. Specializing in airbag deployment and other hearing/tinnitus injuries.


Presenter at National and State Association conferences.