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Preventing Decline: Advances in the Medical Treatment of Hearing Loss

Dr. Keith N. Darrow has done it again! M.I.T and Harvard Medical School Trained Neuroscientist and Clinical Audiologist–one of the top specialists in the field of audiology–has written an enlightening book about preventing the decline associated with unchecked hearing loss. He reveals his groundbreaking approach to medically treating hearing loss and tinnitus to build a better future for you and your loved ones.

Nearly 50 million people suffer from hearing loss and the associated cognitive decline that goes along with it. Dr. Darrow has worked his entire career to ensure that it doesn’t have to be this way. He cares deeply about taking care of your physical and mental health as you age, and he has dedicated his life’s work to helping people live a better, more balanced, and enjoyable future.

Learn More at Excellence In Audiology

Want to learn more about the treatment of hearing loss and tinnitus along with our award-winning care? Take a moment to read the articles and watch the videos below to see how our experienced specialists can help boost your confidence and maintain your independence.

Why Do I Struggle to Hear in Noise?

Is There a Cure for My Tinnitus?

Why Does My Hearing Loss Increase Dementia Risk?


Read Dr. Darrow’s New Articles

Can Tinnitus Be Cured

Why Do I Struggle to Hear In Noise?

The Benefits of Early Hearing Loss Treatment


View Dr. Darrow’s Educational Videos

More on Hearing in Noise

More on Tinnitus

Dementia Risk


Online Presentations

The Healthy Brain

Treating Tinnitus

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