Tinnitus affects 20 million Americans and is a distressing and disturbing experience for 1-2% of people. Tinnitus can cause:
- Disturbance of sleep patterns
- Inability to relax
- Sensitivity to loud noises
- A negative impact on work, family, and social life
Relief from Tinnitus Is Now Available
New tinnitus therapies fight phantom noises of tinnitus. Neuromonics Tinnitus Treatment stimulates the auditory pathways affected by tinnitus with individually customized sounds which interact with the tinnitus to provide relief and relaxation. The treatment stimulus is matched to your hearing and tinnitus characteristics. This treatment stimulates brain activity with a much wider frequency range than other treatments and is based on over a decade of research and clinical trials in Australia. 90% of participants reported relief, an improved ability to fall asleep, and reduced disturbance from tinnitus. Keep in mind that individual results may vary, and there is no known cure for tinnitus.
Sue Stone is an accredited Neuromonics provider and will guide you through an interactive and progressive program of care using the Neuromonics processor.
Read about U.S. Navy Veteran David Young and his experience with tinnitus as reported by the Seattle Times.
Contact our office for a Neuromonics Tinnitus Assessment.