Otoharmonics, Portland, Ore, has announced that Damon Boyce, AuD, has joined their team as Senior Audiologist, Clinical Education. With this hire, Otoharmonics reports that it is reaffirming its dedication to providing high-quality service and training to the hearing professional community.
“This newly created position will lead our training and education initiatives for the Levo tinnitus sound therapy,” said Michael Baker, president and CEO of Otoharmonics. “Dr Boyce brings a wealth of audiology knowledge and specialized skills to Otoharmonics that make him a perfect fit for us.”
Prior to joining Otoharmonics, Boyce served as chief audiologist and sales manager for Westone Laboratories. He received his doctorate in audiology from Idaho State University and is a certified Professional Supervisor and Occupational Hearing Conservationist through the Council for Accreditation in Occupational Hearing Conservation (CAOHC). Boyce also has travelled internationally training US military personnel on topics including ear anatomy, proper techniques for taking ear impressions and the dangers of noise exposure.
“After many years of professional experience as an audiologist, I’m excited to start this new challenge working directly with hearing professionals and their tinnitus patients,” said Boyce in the Otoharmonics announcement. “Working with military personnel has given me special insight into the challenges faced by people living with tinnitus.”
As one of his first responsibilities with Otoharmonics, Boyce will begin hosting monthly, online Levo Lunch & Learn sessions for interested hearing professionals. Hearing professionals can access these sessions by visiting the Otoharmonics classroom portal at AudiologyOnline.
Utilizing an FDA-cleared neuroscience-based approach, the Levo System offers a patented method to provide personalized sound therapy while sleeping. Otoharmonics developed the Levo System for the management of tinnitus symptoms with an international team of world-class neuroscientists, clinicians, business professionals, and patients. Utilizing an FDA-cleared neuroscience-based approach, the Levo System is a personal and patented nightly sound therapy designed to improve the quality of a tinnitus patient’s daily life. To learn more about the Levo System visit the Otoharmonics website.
Source: Otoharmonics Corporation
Image credits: PRNewsFoto; Otoharmonics Corporation