Tinnitus Retraining Therapy in Lawrenceburg, IN and Harrison, OH

You Don’t Have to Put up with the Ringing in Your Ears

Affecting approximately 75% of Americans across the nation, tinnitus is a continuous ringing or buzzing sound in your ears that is often a warning sign of hearing loss.

Most experience temporary symptoms after loud noise exposure. Noisy stadiums, loud concerts, busy clubs, or being close to explosive events can all cause tinnitus symptoms.

Tinnitus can cause struggles to concentrate on tasks, difficulty relaxing or sleeping, and lowered emotional regulation – that constant buzzing noise is frustrating!

However, there are multiple ways to combat your tinnitus symptoms to decrease your awareness of the ringing and manage your symptoms effectively. Flex Audiology can help you retrain your brain so that constant ringing or buzzing is all but ignored.

Dr. Person, Audiologist fitting tinnitus hearing aids to a ptient

Dr. Person & staff are great!

Explained everything to my Mom who is 86! Very easy to get an appointment and no wait time in the Office.

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What Is Tinnitus?

Tinnitus is a neurological condition with an unknown cause, and there is no known cure as of yet.

Tinnitus starts slow but can build up as the sound—and your awareness of it—intensifies. Increased awareness leads to stress, insomnia, and decreased productivity, as you can’t ignore the buzzing in your ears.

Stress increases your sensitivity to the sound, and once the buzzing in your ears becomes debilitating, tinnitus management is needed before your concentration is disrupted further.

With the help of a tinnitus evaluation and treatment options like hearing aids and tinnitus retraining therapy (TRT), you can take control of your tinnitus.

Evaluating Your Tinnitus

An evaluation of tinnitus begins with a questionnaire to determine when you first noticed the condition, potential causes (exposure to loud noise, medications, medical conditions, etc.), and how tinnitus is affecting your overall well-being.

Following the questionnaire, your audiologist will conduct a hearing test to determine if there is hearing loss associated with your condition.

During the hearing test, your audiologist may perform a separate evaluation called tinnitus matching. Tinnitus matching involves playing common tinnitus sounds to determine the pitch and intensity of your tinnitus.

Your Tinnitus Is Treatable

There are multiple products on the market that claim to cure tinnitus, but without the care of an audiologist, your symptoms will not improve.

While there is no cure for tinnitus, it is easily treatable through tinnitus retraining therapy. Improve your sound tolerance, restore your quality of life, and manage your tinnitus symptoms with ease through our non-invasive therapy for tinnitus.

Retrain Your Brain with Tinnitus Therapy from Flex Audiology

As a leading tinnitus specialist in Lawrenceburg, IN, and serving the Harrison, OH area, Flex Audiology uses a variety of strategies, including sound therapy and hearing aids, to manage tinnitus effectively.

Tinnitus retraining therapy (TRT) and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) are key methods we employ in our tinnitus clinic to help you adapt to and cope with your condition.


Schedule A Tinnitus Evaluation

Searching for a “tinnitus specialist near me” or a “ringing in the ear doctor” in Lawrenceburg, IN? Look no further than Flex Audiology. There are many products with unsubstantiated claims to cure tinnitus; however, it is best to ignore the latest tinnitus-curing gadget or remedy and seek the help of a professional audiologist.

To take advantage of our expertise in tinnitus treatment, submit our Schedule a Tinnitus Assessment form and be sure to mention that you’re struggling with tinnitus. Dr. Person will call you to schedule an assessment and start you down the path of tinnitus relief.

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