Video featuring Myriam Westcott, audiologist and tinnitus specialist, talks about tinnitus, it’s impact and effective management strategies. This presentation discusses:

  • Tinnitus models, risk factors, history, evaluation
  • Tinnitus in children
  • Co-morbid conditions such as sleep disruption, trauma, anxiety, depression, hyperacusis, tonic tensor tympani syndrome (TTTS), misophonia
  • Patient triage
  • Effective management strategies including the role of sound enrichment/hearing aids
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About Myriam Westcott

Myriam specialises in tinnitus, hyperacusis, acoustic shock, tonic tensor tympani (TTTS) and misophonia understanding, evaluation and therapy.  She is committed to the development of innovative approaches to therapy, carries out clinically based hyperacusis and acoustic shock research with a number of peer-reviewed publications, provides medico-legal opinions and regularly gives presentations/lectures on tinnitus, hyperacusis, acoustic shock and misophonia.  She is closely involved with the Tinnitus Association of Victoria and Tinnitus Australia.

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