Tinnitus Therapy

“Tinnitus is the perception of sounds or noise within the ears or head and with no external sound source. These sounds are often described as ringing, humming or buzzing and they can be constant or periodic. Tinnitus is often related to hearing loss – over 70% of people with hearing loss experience some degree of tinnitus.”

For most people, tinnitus is more of an irritant than a major problem, although for some it may have a major influence on their quality of life and cause sleeping problems, anxiety and stress. Some of these effects can be minimised by a combination of counselling, education and sound stimulation. If you have tinnitus, you may have been told that there is no cure…but this does not mean that there is no help available. Stephen has received training from some of the World’s foremost experts in tinnitus research and treatments. In addition, we have access to sound therapies which are not available on the NHS.

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We provide FREE personal consultations & hearing tests without obligation

FAQ’s

What is Tinnitus?

Tinnitus is the term for noises ‘heard’ in the ear or ears or in the head when there is not a corresponding external sound. Tinnitus is typically described as ringing, whistling, hissing, buzzing, music or humming.

How to manage Tinnitus?

Currently there are a number of ways in which you can manage your tinnitus. There are no surgical interventions or medication currently available for the treatment of tinnitus.

Tinnitus Myths?
  • Tinnitus is a disease
  • Tinnitus makes you deaf
  • Caffeine makes tinnitus worse
  • Ginkgo biloba will cure tinnitus
Relearning how to Hear?

Listen consciously to the world around you. Enjoy your favorite music or simply the sound of birds in the trees. Everything that provides your ears with varied sound impressions deflects attention away from tinnitus.