Tinnitus Treatment Essex
The Leading Tinnitus Clinic in Essex
Are you experiencing a noise in your ear(s) or your head?
It is estimated that 13% of the general population experience this sensation called “tinnitus”. The most commonly reported sounds include ringing, buzzing, hissing, whooshing. This may be a continuous sound, or may be intermittent. It may also vary with intensity during the day.
Most people with tinnitus report that they hear it mainly in quiet environments. This can often lead to problems with sleeping.
If you are suffering from tinnitus, it is important to speak to a tinnitus specialist who can provide you with the help you need to manage your condition.
If you suspect that you have tinnitus, it is important to speak to a healthcare professional
BOOK TINNITUS CLINIC APPOINTMENT ESSEX
Tinnitus Clinics led
by Dr Gladys Sanda
Dr Sanda and her team have a wealth of experience in assessing and treating tinnitus. Numerous patients have successfully been treated over the years, and are no longer suffering with tinnitus. Their compassionate nature, along with an extensive knowledge in tinnitus makes the team well-equipped to helping patients overcome this, often, debilitating condition.
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How does tinnitus
You will be invited for a 60-minute consultation where your symptoms will be evaluated. A full diagnostic assessment of your tinnitus will be conducted which includes an ear examination and a hearing test. Following this, you will be provided with an individual management plan to treat your tinnitus which could consist of the following:
- Cognitive behavioural therapy
- Mindfulness based interventions
- Tinnitus retraining therapy
- Sleep counselling
- Relaxation therapy
- Hearing aids for tinnitus
The cost of this consultation is £150
What causes Tinnitus?
There are numerous causes of tinnitus. Your tinnitus specialist will be able to identify any potential causes, which will then enable us to recommend the best treatment options.
Potential causes of tinnitus include, but are not limited to:
- Ear wax
- Ear infections
- Eustachian tube dysfunction
- Perforated eardrum
- Noise exposure