Me, Myself, and Meniere’s: An e3 Employee’s Struggles and Triumphs with Meniere’s Disease -Adam Dawson

How many of us get the gratification of helping someone better treat an ailment we struggle with? For Ryan Mills, Au.D. of e3 Gordon Stowe Dayton, it’s almost an everyday occurrence. For the past three years, Ryan has lived with Meniere’s disease, an inner-ear disorder that causes pressure in the ear, severe dizziness and vertigo, hearing loss, and tinnitus.

“I experience all three of the classic symptoms,” said Mills. “The low-frequency hearing loss, the tinnitus, and the vertigo. Not always at the same time, but I do get all of them.”

Ryan has worked as the Regional Sales Manager for e3 Gordon Stowe’s Dayton office for the past four years, helping equip hearing care professionals across Ohio, West Virginia, and Kentucky with premier hearing and balance instruments to better treat their patients. The same equipment used to diagnose and treat people suffering from the condition he lives with every day.

To read more of this article use the link at the bottom of the page.

About the Author

Adam is the Digital Marketing Coordinator at e3 Diagnostics. His interest in hearing healthcare is driven by his passion for music because he feels everyone should be able to clearly listen to Pet Sounds at least once in their life. In his free time, he enjoys playing video games, digging through record stores for classic vinyl, shooting hoops, and writing stories.

This link is to the original article by Adan Dawson about Ryan Mills, Au.D. http://blog.e3diagnostics.com/me-myself-and-menieres-an-e3-employees-struggles-and-triumphs-with-menieres-disease

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