What is Tinnitus?
Tinnitus is defined as the perception of sound in the absence of any corresponding external sound.
Many people experience tinnitus at some point in their life. It is estimated that 10% of the general population have tinnitus, and most people learn to live with it (habituate). However for 1% of people the tinnitus impacts on their quality of life and for those individuals we are here to help.
Is it true that there is nothing you can do about Tinnitus?
Absolutely not. This is just one of the many myths surrounding tinnitus.
One of the reasons this myth might have gained some acceptance is because, as yet, there is no single cure for tinnitus that suits everybody.
Nevertheless, there are plenty of therapies to help you manage your tinnitus and reduce its impact on your life.
How we can help…
Kate Cross completed her Masters degree at Bristol University and received specialist training from many leading experts in the field of Tinnitus Management.
Kate has developed a tinnitus management programme in conjunction with her Ear Nose & Throat Consultant colleagues and leading psychotherapists to offer an individual bespoke service that will assess your needs and the best form of management strategy for you.
We can also offer a number of devices that have been shown to help many tinnitus sufferers and we can advise you on which evidence based system would suit you best.
Call us today to see how we can helpExeter: 01392 256 050 - Taunton: 01823 336 306