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Max Chartrand | OMICS International
ISSN: 2161-119X

Otolaryngology: Open Access
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Max Chartrand

 Managing Director, DigiCare Behavioral Research


A noted researcher and educator in behavioral medicine and communicative disorders, Dr. Chartrand has published numerous manuals, textbooks, and hundreds of professional journal articles. He lectures internationally to undergraduate, graduate, and professional CE/CME seminars. Severely hearing impaired since age three, and becoming profoundly deaf as an adult, he utilizes a cochlear implant and assistive technology for auditory communication. Despite tremendous academic challenges presented from deafness, he has successfully completed, with honors in most cases, several advanced degrees. In 1994, he was honored with the international Joel S. Wernick Excellence in Education Award, and is a professional member of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, American Tinnitus Association, and the International Hearing Society. Recently, he published "Video Otoscopy: A Quantitative View" that adds to the area of biomarker assessment for a number of disciplines. He inspires his doctoral students to expand their research and healing skills, so that they may step outside the failed modalities of today's allopathic health care system. "It is entirely arguable that the aggressive marketing of side-effect laden prescription drugs has been the most successful commercial scheme in history. It has distorted consumer perceptions, bribed physicians & researchers, and has forced insurers, educators, and institutions to support the fallacy that powerful drugs can heal chronic disease. Real healing occurs when underlying causes are discovered and treated, and when mind and body achieve homeostasis."

Research Interest

Sepsis; Cerumen management; External auditory canal keratin; Keratin migration

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