How many of us get the gratification of helping someone better treat an ailment we struggle with? For Ryan Mills, Au.D. of e3 Gordon Stowe Dayton, it’s almost an everyday occurrence. For the past three years, Ryan has lived with Meniere’s disease, an inner-ear disorder that causes pressure in the ear, severe dizziness and vertigo, hearing loss, and tinnitus.
Our friends at PlusoptiX have made the news this week! In a recent article published in Healio, a digital medical news journal covering all fields of medicine, author David Brottman, MD, FAAP praised the manufacturer’s vision screeners for their ability to quickly produce high-quality referrals and, in turn, help vastly improve his practice’s care for children.
With an office located just a quarter mile from the beach in Oceanside, California, Ryan Woods and the e3 Audiometrics team take advantage of year-round blue skies and warm temperatures. Not does the favorable climate allow them to easily travel to and meet with customers, but it also enables them to get out and about in their community.
e3 Diagnostics is proud to celebrate the 40th anniversary of e3 Med-Acoustics this year. To observe this remarkable achievement, we’ve put together a brief history of the company and its rise to success. Here’s how it became the leading provider of audiology equipment sales and service in the Southeast!
We’re just a few short weeks away from AAA 2018, where the audiology world’s best and brightest will gather to learn about what’s new in hearing health. Just in case you’re not already as excited as we are, here is what you can look forward to seeing from e3 and our manufacturer partners:
Next month, e3 MSR West and Audioscan are holding two Professional Verification Workshops: One in Mesa, AZ and the other in Albuquerque, NM. Topics covered will include mastering binaural real-ear measurements to save time, measuring RECD and WRECD for superior accuracy, using best practice procedures to address patient issues commonly faced by hearing professionals, and more.
Are you a professional audiologist looking for the latest research, developments, and opinions on hearing healthcare best practices? Do you have a passion for helping others overcome hearing and balance disorders so they can live happy and healthy lives? Does nothing tickle your fancy more than learning the inner workings of the human ear and how you can better diagnose and treat disease? If you replied “yes” to one or all of the above, then you’re in the right place!