Tinnitus Known As Ringing In The Ears


Tinnitus is the sensation of hearing sound in your ears or head when no external sound is present. Typically, people describe the sound as “ringing in ears”, but others describe it as hissing, buzzing, whistling, roaring and even chirping.

One of the main causes for tinnitus may be due to noise exposure – for example machinery, hunting, or amplified music. Also, aging, head injuries, and even medications can be a factor. For some, it’s a minor annoyance, and for others, it can result in serious issues, such as sleep disruption, inability to concentrate, employment challenges, depression, and more.

With years of experience in audiology and clinical practice, we’re equipped to recommend a course of action for you.

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Your first step is a thorough audiological assessment and tinnitus evaluation. In reviewing your tinnitus, we’ll do a series of measurements to help develop an individualized tinnitus treatment and/or referral plan based on our findings. After reviewing the results with you, our specialist will recommend an action plan of partnership to include:

  • Outlining a solution that fits your needs
  • Recommending a hearing or tinnitus device(s), if required
  • Establishing a cooperative plan with realistic expectations
  • Providing other appropriate professional referrals

Together there’s help. Book an appointment for a tinnitus evaluation today.

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