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My name is Robert Ginsburg and I have been trained for over 15 years by highly honoured Russian physicist, Nicolai Levashov, in an extraordinary new healing technique that can cure sudden hearing loss. Where doctors may not be able to help, the Levashov Method I practice can!
My training enables me to locate, treat and cure the cause of sudden hearing loss. My approach has saved lives, avoided dangerous surgery, and healed health problems leading specialists have pronounced hopeless! Because my healing process is entirely hands-off, I can help you, wherever you are in the world.
Generally, sensorineural hearing loss is described as sudden if you notice a drop in your hearing instantaneously or over a short period not exceeding three days. You may notice a popping sound when it happens, or you may detect it when you first wake up or try to use the impaired ear. People with Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss often describe themselves as 'deafened'.
If you suffer from Sudden Hearing Loss and have not been able to get satisfactory treatment you need to contact me today. I specialise in helping people with this condition.
Please see my testimonials below and use the form at the top right of the page to make contact.
“I developed total deafness in my right ear. I called Robert after 3 weeks when the medical approach of high doses of corticosteroids and the antiviral drug, Acyclovir, had proved ineffective. I called Robert Ginsburg for help. Immediately after putting the phone down I put my finger in my ear and for the first time was aware of a slight sound. Robert’s prediction my hearing would return to normal after his treatments was born out fully and verified by audiogram.
Robert has been very considerate throughout and I have been most impressed with his expertise. The healing occurred without bodily touch.”
—Alan Sanderson, Physician and consultant psychiatrist, London, UK
“I am a 56 year old man who awoke one morning with hearing loss. I went to a specialist and the audio test showed significant hearing loss. A short time later my hearing was completely gone in my left ear. The medication I was given didn't solve the problem. I found Robert Ginsburg on the internet and despite my skepticism I decided to proceed. After a short series of treatments Robert's work completely restored my hearing. If you are skeptical as I was give it a try anyway. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain”
—Rod Carson, Utah
“At the age of 29 I was diagnosed with sensorineural hearing loss and needed hearing aids. A few years later I could tell my hearing was getting worse. After some research, I found Robert Ginsburg and decided to work with him. Now that I've completed all my sessions, my hearing have improved enough so that I no longer depend on my hearing aids.”
—Corey Rene, Louisiana, USA
“I was diagnosed by a specialist with Meniere’s Disease. My symptoms included dizziness, tinnitus, nausea and hearing loss. I was told the cause is unknown, no treatment, no cure. I would have to learn to live with this. I sought Robert Ginsburg’s help. After treatment over the telephone with Robert all my symptoms disappeared. My hearing returned to normal.”
—Jeanne Baughman, Paralegal, Salinas, California
“It is with great pleasure that I write this testimonial in relation to the healing that I have received from Robert Ginsburg for Meniere's Disease. The healing I received from Robert has truly changed my life and I think when you read the following you will understand why.
About a year after I had my first baby, I began to suffer with bouts of dizziness and walking with a sensation that I was on the moon. I went to see my doctor who advised that it was a touch of vertigo, it would settle down, nothing to worry about. However it didn't settle down, and I was beginning to worry. This was a time in my life when I wanted nothing more than to enjoy my new baby and feel strong as a new mother. I decided to seek alternative solutions.
The first was acupuncture. I did 2 to 3 sessions a week for months. I would go through a good spell, think it was gone, only to wake up one morning and be unable to lift my head from my pillow with severe dizziness.
I went back to my doctor, who gave me a tablet to place under my tongue if another episode of dizziness presented itself. I recall a trip abroad to a friend's wedding where I was suffering with the vertigo and appeared as if I was drunk. By now I was becoming distressed about my condition. I also had a continuous piercing sound in my right ear.
I went to see a homeopath, travelled a long distance every month for over a year in the hope it would help, but again it did not. With the birth of my second child I was struggling to deal with the medics' opinions—that nothing could be done. There was no cure.
Next I looked at food. My diet. Could that be it? I saw a doctor in Dublin, changed my diet to gluten, dairy and sugar free and took numerous vitamins and tonics. I did feel better from an energy point of view but the symptoms were not gone. What was I going to do?
The vertigo was always particularly bad after a long car journey. I recall visiting my parents and going to change my baby, as he was on the changing table and I put my head down I fell back with the dizziness, another trip spent in bed.
Could it be something in my neck? I travelled to a consultant in Dublin who manipulated my back and worked on my jaw. (This was done by pressing hard on points inside my mouth) I had by now almost exhausted every avenue.
Finally I went to see an ear, nose and throat specialist in Belfast. After examination and an ear test, he told me I had Meniere's Disease, for which there was no cure. I left his office with my husband, my two children, medication for water retention, Betahistine dihydrochloride medication for the illness, and an appointment for a brain MRI scan. I had one question on my mind: How was I going to live the rest of my life with this illness?
During the journey back to my home I had this persisting thought in my head; in fact my husband recalls me sharing it with him. I thought, Someone out there must be able to cure this. Someone out there must be able to help me. As soon as I arrived in the house I logged on to our internet. I typed in, Meniere's disease cure. (I had looked this up many times before, but this time something new came up—THE NEW KNOWLEDGE website.) I eagerly read the testimonials and, for the first time since the beginning of my symptoms, felt hope. Could this be the answer to my question? Could this be my cure?
The following morning I phoned Robert Ginsburg and made an appointment. When Robert scanned he said he could help me. From the very first treatment the dizziness stopped and I felt grounded, my feet were firmly back on the ground again. After all my traveling to see the various specialists, for this treatment I could simply call Robert from the comfort of my own home. It was surreal.
I am not on any medication. I am not on a special diet. I don't have bouts of dizziness, vertigo or nauseous. The continuous squealing noise in my right ear, the feeling of fullness, and the feeling that there was water dripping in it... is gone. Also interesting to note is I have not had one antibiotic, since the beginning of my treatment. (I would have taken about 2 courses of antibiotic a year for sinus infections) Overall I am back to myself and a very happy person.
Robert Ginsburg gave me my life back, when I was told there was no cure. He is an amazing person. The best thing I ever did was to phone him that morning. His method of healing is futuristic, groundbreaking and almost beyond belief, and I am living proof that IT WORKS.
During the course of my treatment Robert has also treated my husband, my Mum, Dad and my brother. Each deserving of their own individual testimonial. All have also experienced outstanding results. I truly hope that this testimonial will help anyone who is suffering like I did. If I could tell the entire world about Robert I would. He is the person out there who can help, and I am forever thankful.
Best wishes to all.”
—Suzanne Hunt, Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
“Robert Ginsburg's treatment saved me from hospitalization. I have since learned the scientific basis of Robert’s work and truly believe this form of energy healing will be the medicine of the future.”
—Paul R Honan, M.D., Clinical Professor, Indiana University, School of Medicine.
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Sudden hearing loss affects about 5,000 people per year in the USA. Most of these people are in the 40 to 50-year-old age group. The incidence rate may be higher, but because approximately 50% of sufferers regain some or all of their hearing within a few days, many more cases probably go unreported.
Sudden hearing loss is often miss-identified by sufferers as either an ear-wax problem or a problem associated with the sinuses. It’s important to get the diagnosis right because if it is genuine sudden hearing loss that you are suffering from, the quicker you get it correctly diagnosed and treated, the better.
Your sinuses are small cavities in your skull that sit one on either side of your nose and one above each eyebrow. There are four pairs in all and each are lined with mucus, and filled with air. Their purpose is to lighten the weight of your skull and to clean and moisten the air that you inhale through your nose.
The sinuses are a network of reservoirs and canals that all link to your ears. That’s why, when they become clogged, or you contract sinusitis, it can do more than just affect your nose and eyes. It can affect your ears too, causing partial hearing loss and/or tinnitus.
Your sinuses are prone to infection. For example, Sinusitis is brought about through a viral infection. It causes pus and mucus to congregate in the sinuses and can result in:
When you experience hearing problems associated with a sinus infection, it can manifest itself in several ways. It can cause some pain; result in your hearing becoming muffled; cause dizziness, and can feel like it sometimes does when you are descending from height in a plane.
The cause of sudden hearing loss is unknown but problems with your sinuses, that affect your ears, could play a part. In most instances, however, the hearing impairment associated with something like sinusitis disappears when the sinusitis goes.
Sudden hearing loss is a specific condition, and one for which the cause is usually unknown. Only about 10% to 15% of cases are related to some sort of physical trauma, which can rea-dily be identified as the cause. Not having a specific cause also means that many sufferers attribute the condition to something else, such as a build-up of ear wax. If you’ve never suffered from a reduction in hearing due to a build-up of ear wax, it’s highly likely that you would attribute it as the cause of your hearing impairment.
Many people who do experience a reduction in hearing due to wax often wait for several days hoping it may clear up. When they do finally decide to try and see a doctor, they may then have to wait a further few days before they can actually be seen. The problem is, this delay can be significant when you are experiencing genuine sudden hearing loss. It could mean that any treatment you undergo may lack effectiveness compared to if it had been addressed earlier.
Ear wax is a yellow, wax-like substance called cerumen. It is a natural body secretion that is designed to lubricate and protect the inner ear. It protects by trapping dust, hair particles and deal skin cells in its sticky embrace, and preventing them from getting into the inner ear itself. Different bodies manufacture different amount of ear wax. In many instances, the wax crusts over and falls out in minute particles that go unnoticed. It’s why many people, (particularly those whose bodies don’t produce loads of the stuff), never suffer from a hearing blockage due to ear wax.
Sometimes however, the ear wax congregates and forms a plug in the ear canal. This will cause a loss of hearing to one degree or another and may also cause vertigo. If you experience this for the first time, you can often tell by rubbing your ear and moving the wax slightly. This opens up your hearing again momentarily, before the wax settles and blocks it again. Stretching your jaw wide open can also have the same effect.
Sudden hearing loss has to be taken seriously. As an impairment of one of your five senses, it is something that can seriously affect your quality of life if left untreated. One of the biggest problems with regard to treatment is the fact that only the symptoms are addressed. Remember that as far as conventional medicine is concerned, the cause is unknown.
If you are suffering from Sudden Hearing Loss and feel that you have exhausted all your options you need to use the form at the top of the page to contact me today - I can help you the way I have helped many other sufferers who believed that there was no cure.