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TINNITUS AND HYPERACUSIS MANAGEMENT

TINNITUS 

Many of us have tinnitus which is most regularly described as “ringing in the ears” but can be in the form of various sounds and noises. Sometimes the loudness of the tinnitus becomes overbearing and people struggle to cope with it.

There is help at hand – this can be managed through a range of innovative techniques available at the Hearing Health Clinic.

If you have a hearing loss alongside your tinnitus but your hearing aids are sat in a drawer instead of in your ears, actually wearing them helps to reduce the “ringing” in many cases.

It is also common to have tinnitus but not have a hearing loss – again there are various options available to help to manage the tinnitus in order to reduce the negative impact it is having on your everyday life.

Please contact us to make an appointment. We offer a full assessment and treatment plan tailored to your individual needs.

Appointments can be arranged either at The Spire Shawfair Park or in the comfort of your own home.

HYPERACUSIS

Sometimes ”normal” everyday sounds can be very uncomfortable for some people and can have a profound negative impact on their everyday lives. Hyperacusis is a broad term to describe these symptoms. If you think you or your child is suffering from this then please get in touch as there are ways to help and manage this. We offer full assessment and treatment plans tailored to your individual needs.

Appointments can be arranged either at The Spire Shawfair Park Hospital or in the comfort of your own home.