Tinnitus and Hyperacusis

Tinnitus and Hyperacusis assessments by a fully qualified Audiologist, with longstanding expertise in diagnosis of hearing disorders

You always have your own, unique experience of tinnitus, which cannot be compared to others - so this process focuses on you, your tinnitus, the impact on the quality of your life and personalised methods to help you to alleviate your symptoms

Quality, personalised tinnitus care

If you have a longstanding diagnosis or just recently developed tinnitus, we are able to provide you with treatment options based on your individual needs

Comprehensive tinnitus assessment and treatment

You will always be seen by a fully qualified and registered Audiologist. The expert advice is based on latest developments in tinnitus and neuroscientific research

Your ears in safe hands

Book a non-rushed hear care appointment
Tinnitus Assessment: £160.00
Tinnitus Treatment cost: £110per session

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Tinnitus explained

Tinnitus is the perception of any sound that comes from inside your body or brain rather than an outside source. If you have tinnitus you may be experiencing a ringing, buzzing, roaring or hissing sound in your ears or in your head.

 

Tinnitus is very common – so you are not alone.

Many people experience temporary tinnitus, which means it usually disappears after a few hours or days.  It can mostly be heard when you are in a quiet environment with no other sound. Some common causes of temporary tinnitus are

  • Exposure to loud noise

  • Ear infections

  • Wax build up

 

Tinnitus is generally associated with your emotional status and stress.  You may develop tinnitus after a life changing, emotional or stressful event.

 

Tinnitus is also associated with hearing difficulty.  In this case, the tinnitus could be caused by the brain trying to compensate for the absence of sound stimulation from the ear.


You may be an individual who perceives tinnitus as more of an annoyance than an actual problem. This is because your brain is able to supress and ignore the sounds with almost no effort. So the tinnitus remains in the background and does not have an effect on you or your daily life.


However, you may be an individual who is negatively affected by your tinnitus.  This can affect your day to day life, activities, concentration, sleep and overall wellbeing, resulting in you feeling anxious, stressed or even depressed. If you are one of these individuals, don’t despair! There are many ways in which The Art of Hearing can help you manage your tinnitus.

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A comprehensive, holistic and inclusive process that is fully personalised, so you are able to manage your tinnitus.

Tinnitus Management

We are always here to help you

The path to your personalised ear care starts here

For complimentary advice or to book an appointment

Please call or email for an appointment

Email:

aarti@theartofhearing.co.uk

Phone:

(w) 020 3786 7125

(m) 07946 861929

Location:

6th Floor, Becket House,

36 Old Jewry, Bank,

London, EC2R 8DD

 

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Email: aarti@theartofhearing.co.uk

Phone: (w) 020 3786 7215, (m) 07946 861929

Location: 6th Floor, Becket House, 36 Old Jewry, Bank, London, EC2R 8DD (open in maps) 

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