Caring for Your Tinnitus Concerns

Tinnitus is a common hearing impairment with nearly 15% of the US public experiencing the symptoms and the number one disability among veterans.

If you’re experiencing a persistent ringing, clicking, whistling, or hissing in your ears, even though the sound doesn’t actually exist, then it’s likely that you’re experiencing signs of tinnitus.

Although tinnitus is usually harmless, it can often be a side effect of an accompanying problem including hearing loss. In chronic cases of tinnitus, it can impact things such as daily activities, work, and sleep.

While there is no cure for tinnitus, we can recommend treatment options that minimize symptoms. These options include white noise machines, hearing instruments that relieve tinnitus noises, and tinnitus retraining therapy. 

If you think you might have tinnitus, let us help you. Leave your details and we’ll be in touch soon.

The most difficult part of caring for your hearing health is taking the first step.

When we ask our patients what prevented them from taking action earlier, they always say that it was a concern, a question, or an unknown that was preventing them from making a decision.

That’s why we have one of our friendly hearing care experts on hand to help.

If you have a question or a concern and would like a no-obligation conversation with an experienced hearing care specialist, then simply complete this form and we’ll call you back shortly.