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Below you will find a selection of tinnitus related publications available online. Get in touch with us if you wish to hear more and let us uncover your needs and explore how we can help your business.
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Sweetow R. 2018. Why Treat Tinnitus Patients. AudiologyOnline, Article 21616.
Tyler R.S., Deshpande A.K., Lau C.C. & Kuk F. 2017. The Effectiveness of the Progression of Widex Zen Tinnitus Therapy: A Pilot Study. American Journal of Audiology, 26(3), 283-292.
Balslev, Ditte (2017). A compilation of Widex Zen Therapy evidence. Widex Press No. 37
Sweetow, RW, Fehl, M, Ramos, PM. Do tinnitus patients continue to use amplification and sound therapy post habilitation? Hearing Review. 2015;21(3):34.
Sweetow R, Kuk F, Caporali S. A controlled study on the effectiveness of fractal tones on subjects with minimal need for amplification. Hearing Review. 2015;22(9):30.
Herzfeld M, Ciurlia-Guy E, Sweetow R. Clinical trial on the effectiveness of Widex Zen Therapy. Hearing Review. 2014. 22(11).
Johansen JD, Skellgaard PH, Caporali S (2014) Effect of Counseling, Amplification and Fractal Tones in Tinnitus Management. Commun Disord Deaf Stud Hearing Aids 2:124. doi: 10.4172/2375-4427.1000124.
Sekiya, Y., Takahashi, M., Kabaya, K., Murakami, S., & Yoshioka, M. (2013). Using Fractal Music as Sound Therapy in TRT Treatment. www.audiologyonline.com, March, 2013.03.18
Kristensen, A. M.,& Häberle, S. (2012). Tinnitus Treatment Options in Hearing Aids: A Novel Approach to Turning Non-Users into Users. www.audiologyonline.com, October 2012.
Sweetow, R. W., & Jeppesen, A. K. (2012). A New Integrated Program for Tinnitus Patient Management: Widex Zen Therapy. The Hearing Review, July 2012.
Sweetow, R. W., & Jeppesen, A. K. (2012). An introduction to Widex Zen Therapy. Widex Press No. 32.
Hertzfeld, M., & Kuk, F. (2011). A Clinician's Experience with Using Fractal Music for Tinnitus Management. The Hearing Review 18(11).
Jeppesen, A.K., & Andersen, H.P. (2011). Tinnitus and the Widex Zen program. Widex Press, 27.
Kuk, F., Peeters, H., & Lau, C. (2010). The efficacy of fractal music employed in hearing aids for tinnitus management. Hearing Review, 17(10).
Andersen, H.P. (2010). The Zen program from Widex: A new tool for relaxation, concentration and attention diversion for hearing aid users. Widex Press, 22.
Kuk, F., & Peeters, H. (2008). The hearing aid as a music synthesizer. Hearing Review, 15(11).
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