Tinnitus Management

Need relief from your Tinnitus symptoms?

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Do you hear noise or ringing in your ears?


What is Tinnitus?

Tinnitus (TIN-ih-tus) is the perception of noise or ringing in the ears. It’s actually a very common problem that affects about 1 in 5 people. Tinnitus isn't a disease itself — it's a symptom of an underlying condition, such as age-related hearing loss, ear injury or a circulatory system disorder.

The good news is that while tinnitus can seriously impact your quality of life, it usually isn’t a sign of something serious. So while tinnitus symptoms commonly increase with age, for many of our tinnitus clients treatment does help!

Hearing loss can cause Tinnitus

Up to 90 % of tinnitus is caused by the deprivation of auditory input, aka hearing loss.   You see, it’s not your ears that hear, but your brain and when hearing loss is present, the brain is depleted of important signals.  Therefore, the brain replaces the hearing loss internally by filling in the void of frequencies, aka the ringing.

Tinnitus Symptoms

The most common symptoms of tinnitus involve the annoying sensation of hearing sound when no external sound is actually present. The tinnitus symptoms that seem to bother are clients the most are:

  • Ringing

  • Buzzing

  • Roaring

  • Clicking

  • Hissing

Treating Hearing Loss & Tinnitus

Hearing test showing ear of young woman with sound waves simulation technology

Learn about Tinnitus Devices & Habituation

When hearing loss is present, the new hearing from hearing instruments reconnect the auditory nervous system of the brain and has a long-term beneficial effect on tinnitus.  With hearing aid amplification, external sounds can provide sufficient activation of the auditory nervous system and reduce the tinnitus perception.  It’s found that approximately 60% of patients find that just simply wearing hearing aids and reconnecting the brain with proper amplification is enough to reduce their tinnitus.  Approximately 40% find adding fractal tones helps lessen their tinnitus more so. Studies have found that 75% of patients who used fractal tones found a decrease in their reaction and tinnitus itself after 2 months. *

When should you see a tinnitus care provider?

It’s really simple. If you have tinnitus symptoms that bother you, it’s time to see a tinnitus specialist that can help you. There’s no need to live with annoying tinnitus symptoms when there are simple treatments that will help you get back to enjoying hearing right away!

*Please note: If you develop tinnitus after an upper respiration infection, like a cold, and your symptoms continue to persist beyond a week, please call us. Also, if you suddenly have tinnitus without any apparent cause or you experience hearing loss or dizziness with tinnitus symptoms, please call us right away!



 Tinnitus Questionnaire

There are many different causes of tinnitus so the first step in discovering how to treat your tinnitus is to schedule an evaluation and review your tinnitus questionnaire with you. Take a few moments to review our initial tinnitus questionnaire. You can also print out a copy of our questionnaire to take with you to your consultation with one of our professionals at Sound Hearing Care. 



See what our clients have to say:


Looking for Tinnitus Relief?

We want to educate our patients. The first thing to know about tinnitus is that it is not a disease, but rather a symptom of various underlying causes. It is one of the most common conditions that people experience – approximately 1 in 10 adults will have persistent tinnitus. Tinnitus is often described as ringing in the ears, buzzing or humming noises but it can be experienced differently from person to person.