Tinnitus Treatment

If you’re hearing humming, buzzing, or pulsing sounds that are imperceptible to others, you might be experiencing tinnitus. Though it’s not curable, it is treatable. Schedule your tinnitus evaluation today to finally get the relief you deserve!
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Tinnitus — A common, debilitating ailment

According to the American Tinnitus Association, approximately 50 million Americans experience some form of tinnitus. That’s nearly 15% of the entire population! Despite its prominence, too few are aware of this condition or how it affects people. Tinnitus can be described as ringing, buzzing, pulsing, whistling, or hissing sounds that occur in one or both ears, but are imperceptible to others. Depending on the type of tinnitus you’re facing, these sounds can come and go, whereas other people experiencing these symptoms are constantly bombarded by these obtrusive and distracting sounds.
For some, the effects of tinnitus result in minor distraction or annoyance, while others can be severely affected, with experiences of depression, mental distress, and disruptions of their daily lives caused by the condition. Associated Hearing is here to help you find relief from your tinnitus. Tinnitus is not yet curable, but it is treatable. The methods for treating tinnitus that we specialize in include cognitive behavioral therapy, retraining therapy, and even hearing aids. The latter option is one that many of our patients enjoy, as the hearing aids contain a special tinnitus masking feature that plays sounds the wearer finds soothing, as they mask the tinnitus frequencies and allow a clearer sense of focus. If you or someone you love is experiencing the effects of tinnitus, don’t delay! The sooner treatment can be applied, the sooner relief can be felt.

Schedule Your Tinnitus Test Now!

Book your appointment with the Associated Hearing team and hear the difference.