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Do you have tinnitus?

Answer a few questions to see if what you experience is tinnitus. At the end you have the opportunity to reach out to a professional for an individual assessment so you can treat your tinnitus.
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  • Do you ever experience ringing or buzzing noises in your ear(s) when no external sound is present?

    Question 1 – Experiencing ringing or buzzing noises
    Yes No
  • Do you ever have trouble falling asleep or concentrating due to ringing, buzzing or phantom noise?

    Question 2 – Falling asleep
    Yes No
  • Do you ever have trouble following conversations because you can’t hear well?

    Question 3 – Trouble following conversations
    Yes No
  • Do you find yourself turning up the volume on the TV or radio louder than other people?

    Question 4 – Understanding what others are saying
    Yes No

According to the Hearing Health Foundation, about 90% of individuals who experience tinnitus also have hearing loss. For some, the brain compensates for hearing loss by turning up an “inner volume control” to amplify otherwise unnoticeable sounds. So, symptoms begin, often with a cycle of emotional distress.

Unfortunately, there is no cure. Medicine cannot help. That is why our team focuses on supporting the brain as it makes sense of sound. Therefore, treatment options include:

  • Masking and sound stimulation through hearing aids
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Tinnitus retraining therapy (TRT)
  • Progressive tinnitus management therapy (PTM)

If you would like to learn more about any of these strategies, our team of professionals have resources to help you. Call (844) 836-5003 to book an appointment.

Find out if tinnitus is impacting your hearing.

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