There is hope

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Since 1981, I have dedicated my life as a doctor and researcher for helping chronic tinnitus sufferers.  From 1990, following new medical findings, I am also treating vertigo, dizziness and meniere's disease patients.

Today I am more optimistic than ever regarding the possibility of helping severe patients who suffer from constant and prolonged medical condition.

Based on my experience, in most cases it is possible to reach a significant improvement and even complete cure. 

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telephone-conversationSome of my patients agreed to be video-taped and share openly their experience with other sufferers.

Heart to heart conversation with one of them can be very helpful for both of you.

You are invited to contact them directly via email at the end of each video. 

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Why I give higher priority to chronic patients?

statisticsThe primarily decision to focus on chronic patients relied on 2 assumptions which formed the basis for the research program:

Scientific: Follow up on soldiers, who came to the IDF clinic during the first month of the tinnitus outbreak, showed that 85% of them recovered within 6 months without any medical intervention.
It means that in many of the new patients there is no need for treatment.

Humane: Many of the chronic patients are exhausted from continuous struggle with severe illness and are frustrated by their inability to find effective treatment.

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