I am excited to announce that I will be a Practice Consultant to Pivot Hearing, Petaluma, CA. Pivot Hearing delivers exceptional consulting to practice managers to help them make strong.
Earlier this summer I recorded an episode of the Bioaccess podcast with Julio G. Martinez-Clark, CEO of Bioacess™, a company that assists medical technology companies to access Colombia and other.
Audiology Expert Witness Defined
I’m frequently asked about my work as an audiology expert witness. To understand fully its good to take a step back and look at the history of experts in legal.
Working with Tinnitus is More Than Masking
Many audiologists are incorporating tinnitus treatment into their clinical services as they seek a competitive advantage. To succeed it takes more than dispensing hearing aids with tinnitus masking to achieve.
The Deafness of Black Coyote
Black Coyote, the third son of Chief Sitting Bull, was a deaf mute. He may have also played a big role in the history of the American West. Read about.
Survival Strategies in a Competitive Hearing Healthcare Market
At any gathering of two or more audiologists, the conversation inevitably turns to the rapidly changing competitive landscape in the hearing healthcare marketplace. Last year the website Hearing Review published.
The Deaf Prince of the US Civil War
Robert Traynor is a regular contributor to the Hearing Health & Technology Matters website. Over the years he has posted several historical cases of hearing loss. In April 2019, Bob.
Talking Forensic Audiology
Robert Traynor sat down with hosts John Coverstone and Jenne Tunnell to record a podcast for Audiology Talk during the recent American Academy of Audiology Conference in Columbus. Dr. Traynor.
Myths and Realities of Audiology Independent Private Practice
Robert Traynor is a co-founder of the Hearing Health Matters website and a regular blog contributor. The site now features a dedicated section for private practitioners, Hear in Private Practice..
Hearing Loss, Tinnitus and Air Bag Deployment
A review of automobile safety shows that one of the worst years in the US for automobile accidents was 1936, when the death rate was almost 3 in every 10,000..