Thursday, May 19th, 2011
As people, we rely heavily on our hearing. As children, when we’re learning the green cross code we’re told to look and then listen, whilst through our business lives we rely on our hearing to communicate with our colleagues, clients and customers. It’s therefore important that should we have a hearing difficulty, we receive the right level of treatment to ensure it doesn’t lead to anything more serious. Here at the Hearing Healthcare Centre, we’re able to provide a range of hearing treatments, including tinnitus treatment Newmarket.
There are several forms of tinnitus and is reported that roughly 10% of the UK’s adult population suffer from a mild form of tinnitus.
The symptoms of tinnitus are a ringing/buzzing noise that originates within the ear instead of externally. Typically, tinnitus isn’t a serious issue, although it is reported that it affects the quality of life in one percent of adults; whilst frequently being followed by hearing loss. However, it’s worth noting that tinnitus doesn’t cause deafness.
Here at the Hearing Healthcare Centre, we’ve been providing our customers with methods of tinnitus treatment and advice about tinnitus for over the last two decades, and throughout our experience within the industry we’ve become authorised agents of the tinnitus phase-out system.
The phase-out system is an effective method of treatment for tinnitus sufferers when the systems are related to tone rather than noise. Our professional team will carry out the required test and design the treatment around your personal hearing, to provide you with the best treatment available.
If you’ve been suffering from a ringing ear(s), instead of waiting for it to disappear, why not contact us here at the Healthcare Hearing Centre and book an appointment to have a tinnitus test and tinnitus treatment Newmarket? For more information surrounding any hearing issues or to book a hearing test, please contact us via our online enquiry form.
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