Dallas / Ft. Worth Tinnitus Support Group Meeting

Please join us for the next meeting of the Dallas / Ft. Worth Tinnitus Support Group!

Manage Your Tinnitus

Discover the proven tools and therapies that can minimize the burden of your tinnitus and improve your quality of life.

Date & Time: 
May 18th, 9:00pm
Location: 

Texas  Presbyterian Hospital Plano
Magnolia Classroom
6200 W Parker Rd., Plano, TX 75093

PARKING and DIRECTIONS: There is free covered parking in the garage (located on the east side of the hospital). To access the garage, use the Parker Road entrance on the north side of the hospital. The garage is connected to the C Tower. The benefactor's name, Sue A. de Mille, is on the outside at the top of the C Tower which faces Parker Road.

From the garage on levels 2-5, take the west elevator to the first floor. Enter the hospital lobby which is called the "C Tower Lobby". Select Lower Level (LL). When you exit the elevator on the lower level, head to the meeting room. If you get lost, ask for directions to the C Tower Lobby and then take the elevator to the C Tower lower level.

Event Type: 
Support group
Contact: 
John Ogrizovich, dfwtsg@yahoo.com

MODERATOR: John Ogrizovich

GUEST SPEAKER: Our guest speaker will be Dr. Lydia Ramanovich. Dr Ramanovich received her Doctor of Audiology and Bachelor of Science degrees from the University of Texas at Dallas. She completed part of her externship at the National Acoustic Laboratories (NAL) in Sydney, Australia. The remainder of her externship was completed at the Callier Center for Communications Disorders in Dallas. Dr. Ramanovich started working with patients who have tinnitus in 2007. She is currently working with Dr. Kevin Lunde, a board certified otolaryngologist , at Baylor Medical - Plano. Dr Ramanovich will share her experiences working with tinnitus patients, including recent successes with members of our support group.

Patient Stories

There are as many experiences of tinnitus as there are people. Learn about the various ways people manage their condition and take back their lives.

Tinnitus Research

ATA is one of the only organizations worldwide funding tinnitus research. Learn about ATA's innovative Roadmap to a Cure, and recently-funded studies.

Treatment Options

Treatment Options

You have choices when it comes to tinnitus treatment. Learn about your options, including general wellness, sound therapy, behavioral therapies and more.