Art Teacher Happy to be Back in the Classroom Following Successful Tinnitus Treatment

Artist George Goebel first noticed a strange ringing sensation in his ears in December 2007. His ENT referred him to Dr. David Eisenman at the University of Maryland Medical Center, a specialist in treating disorders of the inner ear. After successfully treating George for endolymphatic hydrops, Dr. Eisenman recommended George meet with Dr. LaGuinn Sherlock to begin treatment for tinnitus, the condition causing the ringing in his ears.

Click here to read George’s story as posted on the University of Maryland Medical Center’s Web site.

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