Perhaps Neuromod must, after all those ENT congress presentations in the US, convince the local ENTs to establish the treatment for the potential patients. I guess they didn't do this before and this is the reason why they are so busy and silent. It takes a lot of time for all the contract issues to be sorted and training professionals on how to use the device. Before, in 2015, they offered the treatment directly from their office, right? What I have learned so far is that there is absolutely no prediction if it works for you (except for those with additional hyperacusis). You MUST try it to find out and spend that money with the risk that you lose it. Even the testimonials here and on YouTube will not help us. As Neuromod itself seems not to know who will benefit and who won't - it would be absolutely fair that in the case it doesn't work, let's say after 6 weeks (where they think the most patients feel some improvement according to Hubert Lim), they offer some kind of refund for those who believe it doesn't do anything. Just my thoughts.