in 2009, Emma Greenwood created Whooshers.com, a blog about pulsatile tinnitus, shortly after hers started. There she documented her experiences finding medical professionals that were familiar with the rare symptom, and she used the site to organize medical reports she found, many of which reported that pulsatile tinnitus may be the sole symptom of an underlying condition that, if left untreated, could be dangerous. While many medical professionals told her that pulsatile tinnitus was tinnitus, or that there was no cure, or that maybe she was imagining the sound, she persisted with her quest for a diagnosis and shared reports with doctors that would read them. She received a formal diagnosis later that year and continued collecting reports and advocating for other patients. Since then, tens of thousands of patients and doctors from all corners of the world have found the Whooshers site, and thousands of patients have received a diagnosis as a direct result. Emma has continued to establish relationships with doctors, medical institutions and medical foundations, including successfully petitioning for specific pulsatile tinnitus ICD medical codes that, since 2016, are recognized by the World Health Organization, for a symptom that still does not receive enough attention. The mission to increase awareness and support for the pulsatile tinnitus community has endured. The Pulsatile Tinnitus Foundation, the first organization of its kind, was established in late 2019 to continue the important advocacy work and fundamental dedication to the pulsatile tinnitus community.