I would sure like to know about that. I have had tinitus for many
years. I think my hearing loss began with it. I always protected my
ears. According to a couple of audioligists my loss is probably
genetic. I don't think my insurance covers House Ear or I would give
them a try. I probably should ask just in case. They are about the top
of the tree for hearing problems.
On 7/30/2015 4:38 PM, Eric Goldstein wrote:
There are a few things now used to treat tinnitus with some success
On Thu, Jul 30, 2015 at 7:36 PM, Don Williams <dwilli10@xxxxxxx> wrote:
At 06:17 PM 7/30/2015, Eric Goldstein wrote:---
When I first started recording in earnest as a teenager, some of the old
timers at the major studios looked me in the eye and told me as clearly as
they could to protect my hearing.
Luckily I listened. I'll turn 60 next month and my hearing is still better
than most who are in their 20s...
I'm 83 and hear well and see well with progressives.
On the other side of things, I've had high level tinnitus as far back as I
My last working adventure was providing medical software for doctors and
clinics. One clinic was the famous House Ear Institute in LA. I got to
know some of the doctors there and asked one if he could do anything about
my tinnitus. His reply: "I'll help you after I cure mine."
Dr. William F. House was still working there at the time and my parking
place under the building was next to his, when I was there. Never met him
though. The institute had a secret back door into the garage and treated
people from all over the world, often under false names. They had, in
their museum, a Ronald Reagan hearing aid, and a Bob and Delores Hope wing.
Some of my clients in San Diego had studied there.
Interesting how this all relates to "Kodak Portra 400 120 and Pro Image 100
- Post to rollei_list@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Subscribe at rollei_list-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'subscribe'
in the subject field OR by logging into www.freelists.org
- Unsubscribe at rollei_list-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with
'unsubscribe' in the subject field OR by logging into www.freelists.org
- Online, searchable archives are available at