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!
Hear it Now presents you with one platform to fill up on info regarding the latest and greatest in hearing healthcare technology, patient care, practice management, and professional issues. Whether you’re a clinical audiologist, ear, nose, and throat specialist, or a physical therapist that tests the vestibular function of patients, you’re bound to find something that piques your intrigue and helps you add value to your organization.
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About the Author
Adam is the Digital Marketing Coordinator at e3 Diagnostics. His interest in hearing healthcare is driven by his passion for music because he feels everyone should be able to clearly listen to Pet Sounds at least once in their life. In his free time, he enjoys playing video games, digging through record stores for classic vinyl, shooting hoops, and writing stories.