Tinnitus Programs

Tinnitus (also known as ‘ringing in the ears’) is the frequent experience of bothersome sounds inside the head. The condition is very common, effecting 44 million Americans and is the most common injury for our armed service men and women.

Tinnitus Programs
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Tinnitus Programs

The connection between Tinnitus & Hearing Loss

Recent studies indicate that 80% of cases of tinnitus also include some degree of hearing loss. Often just addressing the underlying hearing loss can alleviate the ringing in the ears. Sound masking and sound therapy is known to provide relief. Many of today’s best hearing aids have sound masking features programmed in to the device.

Our tinnitus treatment is highly personal and customized. We carefully evaluate the auditory system and medical history to determine whether or not medical intervention is warranted. We evaluate the effects of tinnitus and/or hyperacusis on your quality of life. We inform and provide recommendations to make tinnitus and/or hyperacusis less bothersome. We will work with you to determine the optimal treatment.

Is there a cure for ringing ears?

There is no singular cure but there are ways to cope with their tinnitus or reduce the symptoms. With temporary cases, tinnitus may cut in and out without warning. In chronic cases, people may experience ringing, buzzing or hissing consistently day in and day out. Depending on the cause of tinnitus, a change in medication, lifestyle, or diet may help to reduce or eliminate the symptoms. Removing impacted earwax may also help, if that is the cause.

In cases where tinnitus is linked with hearing loss, treating hearing loss with hearing aids equipped with tinnitus therapy may help to reduce or mask the symptoms. There are hearing devices that offer specific therapy for tinnitus, in the form of soothing sounds.

Click here to learn more about tinnitus including types and causes.

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Widex EVOKE™

Widex EVOKE™

Evoke hearing aids use machine learning to adapt to the wearer's preferences across different listening environment. In addition, these devices share average user responses in these environments to help Widex improve and refine the listening algorithms.

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Widex Moment

Widex Moment

Widex Moment hearing aids have the latest in bluetooth and rechargeable technology wrapped in the same device.

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Phonak Audéo™ Marvel

Phonak Audéo™ Marvel

The Phonak Audeo Marvel hearing aid was released in October of 2018 by the Swiss based hearing aid manufacturer, Phonak. The Marvel is currently the only hearing aid on the market that enables wireless streaming to both hearing aids at once from any Bluetooth-enabled device.

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Phonak Audéo Paradise

Phonak Audéo Paradise

The successor to the Marvel—Audéo Paradise—offers significant improvements in sound processing, speech enhancement, and connectivity.

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ReSound LiNX

ReSound LiNX

Denmark based hearing aid manufacturer, GN ReSound, launched the LiNX Quattro™ hearing aid in August of 2018. The LiNX Quattro™ is both Android compatible and Made for iPhone, with a rechargeable option. The ReSound LiNX Quattro™ is a rechargeable Li-Ion powered hearing aids with direct to iPhone compatibility.

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Starkey Livio

Starkey Livio

Livio® is the world's first hearing aid to provide both superior sound quality and the ability to track body and brain health. Featuring integrated sensors and artificial intelligence, Livio can detect if you've fallen and act as an assistant.

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Oticon OPN

Oticon OPN

Oticon OPN hearing aid wearers have reported 20% reduction in listening effort in noisy environments and 20% more capacity to remember in challenging noise situations.

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Resound One

Resound One

Just like your fingerprint, your hearing is one of a kind. Now anyone can experience truly individualized, natural, and more complete sound with an extra microphone placed in your ear canal.

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Signia Styletto

Signia Styletto

The Signia Styletto hearing aids are truly innovative in terms of both design and function, offering a slim receiver in canal style and portable charging station. These hearing aids are considered a new category of wearing style, called the SLIM-RIC (Slim Receiver in Canal).

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