Here is a collection of links which I hope will be of interest to you.

Personal Web Sites

Advice on Ear, Nose, and Throat Problems Advice on Ear, Nose, and Throat Problems - Dr. Grossan - An On-Line Otolaryngologist Consultant.

Auditory Habituation - Carol's web site with her story about her auditory habituation treatment [also called tinnitus retraining therapy (TRT)] which contains an image of an older model Viennatone sound generator.

Coping with Tinnitus - The web site of a "long-distance" Dutch friend (Bart Veerman) who played a role in my destiny which defies adequate acknowledgement.

Elly's Tinnitus Snippets - Elly Byrne's web site from Australia.

Hearnet - Kathy Peck's web site for H.E.A.R. (Hearing Education and Awareness for Rockers).

Tinnitus and Hearing - Tony Jeffs' web site from England.

Miscellaneous Web Sites

American Tinnitus Association - Since 1971: Education - Advocacy - Research - Support -- "To promote relief, prevention, and the eventual cure of tinnitus for the benefit of present and future generations"

Anatomy of the Ear - On-line tutorial about the ear.

Brandeis University News - An article posted on the Brandeis University web site entitled "Older adults' speech-processing difficulties may stem from 'fast, noisy talk,' not deafness" which discusses the difficulties in following conversation which may arise from simple background noise vs. deafness.

Hyperacusis Site - A discussion of hyperacusis provided by The Hyperacusis Network.

On-line Medical Dictionary - Need a definition for a strange medical word?

Quanterra - The web site for Warner-Lambert Company which distributes standardized herbal extracts including ginkgo biloba. If you really believe ginkgo biloba has a role in the treatment of tinnitus, visit this site to learn more about the history of the herb and the correct spelling (if nothing else!!).

RxList - The Internet Drug Index - Find your favorite drug on the Internet Drug Index.

Southeastern Comprehensive Tinnitus Clinic - This is where I'm receiving my tinnitus retraining therapy (TRT).

Revised November 29, 1998