Tinnitus, or ringing in the ears, requires individualized treatment. After all, you’re an individual and so your treatment plan needs to reflect your specific diagnosis. We recommend patients start by consulting with an experienced audiologist to discuss a wide range of options, then mix and match treatments until you find a routine that works for your unique needs.
The end of the ringing starts here.
At Florida Medical Clinic, we offer a comprehensive range of tinnitus treatment options to help alleviate your symptoms. In some cases, there may be an underlying condition, such as a vascular (heart) issue, that is contributing to your tinnitus. If this is the case, treating the underlying condition will also help address your tinnitus symptoms.
Our individualized approach to tinnitus treatment helps you determine the causes of – and best therapies for – your condition. As a clinically integrated network, we make it simple for you to consult with numerous medical specialists. Our hearing and balance specialists work hand-in-hand with your other FMC providers, from primary care physicians to cardiologists and everyone in between, with all parties instantaneously connected through our electronic health record.
For more information about tinnitus treatment options or to schedule an appointment with an audiologist, contact Florida Medical Clinic today.
When too much earwax accumulates, it can lead to hearing loss or irritation of the eardrum, which can cause tinnitus.
Machines that generate high-pitched static sounds, or “whitenoise”, can help minimize the symptoms of tinnitus.
We provide a large selection of hearing aids from reputable manufacturers to help improve your symptoms of tinnitus.
These small devices are worn in or behind the ear to help mask the symptoms of tinnitus via white noise sounds.
There are various types of retraining devices used to help patients divert attention away from the ringing.
Various medications may be recommended by our audiologists to help treat tinnitus symptoms.