NEW THERAPY TO TREAT TINNITUS

Do you suffer from moderate to severe tinnitus?  Have you tried maskers and traditional hearing aids with no relief?  Notch therapy is a new advancement in the treatment of tinnitus that targets inhibition of the tinnitus pathways in the brain to reduce tinnitus.

What is Tinnitus?

Tinnitus is the sensation of ringing or a noise in the ear(s) without an external noise source and can affect hearing and be very bothersome.  It is often associated with hearing loss and damage to the hearing organs from loud noise exposure and certain medications.  For a long time, there has been no proven effective treatment and patients have been told they “have to live with it.”

If you suffer from Tinnitus, Notch therapy may be an option for you.  Make an appointment with one of our doctors and audiologists to schedule a hearing and tinnitus evaluation today! 610-415-1100

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