Chronic tinnitus often devastates lives. It can be described as a corrupted signal which may originate in the cochlea or the auditory processing centres of the brain. Impacted ear wax, ear infection, certain medications and stress can all cause or contribute to tinnitus.

Yet, addressing these does not always alleviate symptoms. These confusing facts can leave people feeling trapped and desperate


We can really help you

Unless you are a sufferer, there is no way to describe the depths that this condition may bring you to. We can successfully guide you on your journey away from it. There is a raft of tinnitus information available now – and a range of treatment choices from many providers. From our hands-on experience, we have developed a multi-layered strategy that we honestly believe is the very best on offer.

What does that actually mean? Because tinnitus varies in intensity and types, we treat every client with a bespoke package of care using a number of avenues. Advanced technology and specialised counselling alongside rehabilitation all play their part in the delivery of our highly successful treatment


100% cure?

Not yet. Research is being pioneered worldwide to reach that point. In the meantime, we believe there are always clear contributors to tinnitus. This means we can find them and start targeting them.

It may be difficult to believe, but we’ve assisted all clients to finally enjoy a sustained, liveable breakthrough in their condition. 96% would class this as highly successful. Watch and listen to them tell you in Video Stories. They’re real people just like you


How do you do it?

We cannot forensically publish our treatment route for copyright reasons. We identify all the contributory factors underlying your tinnitus, and what your tinnitus sounds like to you.

When we have all the information we need, your new digital hearing aids are personalised using our unique programming methods. We promise to always give unbiased, honest advice, no matter what you decide


What about noise cancellation?

Our practical experience indicates that masking and distraction techniques achieve limited success across the spectrum of tinnitus types. Instead, we custom generate unique and specific algorithms after assessing your needs. These are then programmed into your hearing aids.

We realised that our approach was viable by successfully treating the so-called untreatable clients. In fact we have searched for the worst cases. We are confident that we can help you – no playing with peoples emotions by offering false hope


How much does it cost?

Symptoms vary widely, so we can give you an approximate guide. We begin with a consultation fee which is currently £300. This assessment, which may take more than one session, forms the basis for our charges for a full treatment programme. In other words, when we know what we are dealing with, we can properly cost your treatment. This starts at £3,995 and can range as high as £5,995, though this higher charge is a rarity..

96% of our clients are highly satisfied with our unique treatment program. Whilst we are happy with our results so far, we can always improve, and we learn more each day of practice. Experience how our expertise can transform your quality of life.


About Tinnitus

Tinnitus is a condition where sound is heard even though there is no external sound. There is no definitive data which can estimate how many of us experience it at some point in our lives. The intensity is different for sufferers – some are barely affected while others have extreme difficulty coping.

Sounds reaching the ear are taken as signals to the brain via the hearing nerves. The brain then filters out a lot of the information, such as traffic noise in the background. If there is an alteration to the system though, such as a hearing loss or ear infection, the amount of information being sent to the brain is impaired. The brain responds by attempting to get more information from the ear, and this sensorineural search for extra information may evidence itself in what we go on to perceive as tinnitus.

Often symptoms begin when a cold, ear wax or ear infection blocks the ear. Others become aware of it following a stressful event in their lives. After first experiencing it, tinnitus can seem to be more and more noticeable. This normally fades, but can continue to persist in some cases.


Clinical trials.

Is this the way for us to go? We have thought long and hard about starting them. Firstly, there is an issue around creating appropriate control groups. Is it ethical to apply a placebo? The large scale and scope of our treatment means that we would not be comfortable doing so.

We could be creative in devising other types of control groups, however, our success rate means that we are instead focused in providing treatment to desperate and subsequently grateful people. Secondly, studies have tended to focus more on frequency-specific tonal tinnitus. This is for rather obvious reasons, and yet it is so constricting. In our case load, (exceeding 450 people), we have devised several classifications well apart from the obvious conductive/sensorineural, mixed, tonal/atonal. We treat every type, with the exception of pulsatile tinnitus. We even treat sufferers of Auditory Hallucination.

Thirdly, most research into the use of amplification to treat tinnitus bases its approach upon the standard Audiogram. This limits the scope for inclusion on the research programme. We effectively treat many people with so-called normal hearing. What makes our research quite unique in this field is our long-term data, coupled with continuous observation. An increasing number of cases that report cessation of their tinnitus, even when the hearing aids are removed. What do you think? Please feel free to contact us directly with any observations or suggestions on this


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