We are happy to inform you about a new version of our tinnitus/hyperacusis treatment becoming available starting November 1, 2020. If you’re living or working with high levels of stress, you’re putting your entire well-being at risk. Stress and tinnitus related anxiety wreaks havoc on your emotional equilibrium, as well as your physical health. It…

We are pleased to inform you that in order to make our treatments even more successful we are adding a new specialist to our staff. Anna B. Wolanczyk Ph.D. Registered Psychotherapist, a well known and very successful psychotherapist who is going to make a big difference in helping all of our patients affected by severe…

While many of us may find the sounds of chewing or breathing off-putting, for some they’re unbearable – and new research has shown their brains are going into overdrive. The team led from Newcastle University, report new findings of the physical basis for people suffering from a condition called misophonia, a disorder where they have…

Endolymphatic hydrops (E.H.) is a baffling condition to patients and physicians alike. It is sometimes referred to as Meniere’s disease, though this terminology is misleading. Meniere’s disease represents a triad of symptoms described in the 19th century by French physician Prosper Meniere. Endolymphatic hydrops seems a far more helpful term to help understand the underlying…

Tinnitus can be very disruptive to your daily lifestyle. If it is, then there are a range of treatment methods for you to try. One of the newest on the scene is neuromonics tinnitus treatment. This article will tell you everything you need to know about this form of treatment. Neuromonics tinnitus treatment resembles standard…

Temporary tinnitus is an ear condition characterized by frequent hearing of hissing, roaring, or buzzing sounds from the ears or from the head. While there isn’t any permanent cure to this condition, there are a lot of ways to improve its symptoms. Of course, these things are only possible if the cause is known. Thus,…

As a tinnitus sufferer, you know how important it is to maintain your hearing as much as possible. One of the best ways to do this is to avoid loud noises. What Causes Tinnitus Could Make It Worse? There are several causes of tinnitus, but the most common cause of it is damage to the…

If appropriate, hearing aids are one part of a total hearing care solution. The other and fundamental part of the equation is your understanding of how hearing loss impacts you, those close to you and your everyday activities and how to effectively manage those.  We call this hearing training.  Hearing technology and hearing training are…

Pulsatile tinnitus is a rhythmical noise that beats in time with your pulse. There may be single or multiple rhythmic beats that can be heard as a low pitched thumping or booming sound, or as a higher pitched clicking noise. While Pulsatile tinnitus is not a common form of tinnitus, it has some well-known causes…

I hear fine. Then why do they change the way our minds and psyche work? In the last issue you became acquainted with an article written by professor Frank Lin, who is one of the foremost experts in the study of the human mind ( while also working everyday with patients ) particularly specializing in…

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