Professional racing champion Wolfgang Reip has announced he suffers from severe hyperacusis as the result of several acoustic traumas during his racing career.

Learn about the Hyperacusis Device »

A clinical trail has started using a novel hyperacusis hybrid device which was developed by Dr. Craig Formby and Dr. David Eddins of the University of South Florida.  Learn how to participate.

Take our comprehensive survey »

If you have hyperacusis, start here. This is your chance to have a real influence in helping researchers understand life with hyperacusis.

Explore our research »

We are a non-profit charity dedicated to the development of effective treatments for hyperacusis and to funding research which will eliminate the underlying mechanisms that cause hyperacusis.

Patient Stories »

Sufferers are from all walks of life. Hyperacusis often has a significant impact on every part of a person’s life, from their work, their home environment, and virtually every social setting.

Hyperacusis: Yes, hearing can hurt

The Healthy Hearing website has published an excellent, broad overview of hyperacusis. The piece includes quotes from our late founder, Bryan Pollard. Click the link to read the article....

read more

In Memoriam: Bryan Pollard of Hyperacusis Research

Our tribute to our beloved founder, Bryan Pollard, is in the summer issue of the magazine of our partner, the Hearing Health Foundation. Our gratitude toward Bryan, and our love for him, will always remain unbounded. "Bryan single-handedly created an entirely new...

read more

Pin It on Pinterest