Tinnitus Treatment Near Me
in Caldwell

Tinnitus treatment in Caldwell and Meridian

Help Is Available: Re-Stimulate the Nerve From Ear-to-Brain

Don’t let tinnitus control your life. Many patients who seek treatment experience significant improvement, regaining confidence and freedom from bothersome ringing, swooshing, or buzzing.

Our advanced treatment focuses on restoring sound activity within your auditory system. By retraining your system, we can help it accurately identify sounds and reduce the false signals causing tinnitus. This often leads to significant relief and a better quality of life for our patients.

In fact, with proper treatment, over 80% of people with tinnitus can achieve reduced or even eliminated tinnitus perception.

Medical Treatment for Tinnitus Is Possible

Direct – Our clinic offers a tinnitus treatment plan that utilizes auditory stimulation to address the root of the problem. This approach aims to provide appropriate stimulation to your auditory system, including the nerve pathway between your ear and brain.

Here’s how it works:

  • Initial Assessment: We’ll start by carefully evaluating your needs to determine the most suitable level of sound stimulation for your auditory system.
  • Gradual Increase: Over a series of appointments (typically 3-4 visits spread over 30-45 days), we’ll gradually increase the level of stimulation.
  • Fine-Tuning: Throughout the treatment process, we’ll closely monitor your progress and make adjustments as needed to ensure optimal results.

This approach can help reduce the perception of tinnitus and its associated symptoms like frustration and distraction, promoting a better quality of life.

Indirect – Tinnitus masking involves introducing external sounds to reduce the awareness of tinnitus. This approach is considered “indirect stimulation” of the auditory system. Common masking sounds include:

  • White noise
  • Nature sounds
  • Music

Other techniques include using a fan, playing the television at low volume, or using non-FDA-approved tinnitus maskers.

The goal is to provide a gentle, neutral sound that competes with the tinnitus, making it less noticeable. This allows your brain to focus on the external sound and reduces the salience of the tinnitus.

While tinnitus masking can be helpful for some, it’s important to understand:

  • It doesn’t address the underlying cause: Masking doesn’t cure tinnitus, but it can make it less bothersome.
  • Finding the right sound: The effectiveness depends on identifying a sound you find pleasant and not distracting in itself.
  • Not a one-size-fits-all solution: What works for one person might not work for another.

Overall, tinnitus masking offers a non-invasive way to manage tinnitus symptoms. If you’re interested in exploring this approach, contact us to discuss your specific needs and find the most suitable masking sounds for you.

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