Tinnitus Evaluation and Management in Plano, TX

Have you noticed a ringing or buzzing in your ears that comes and goes – or never goes away at all?

Tinnitus affects almost 50 million Americans annually. It’s one of our country’s most common health complaints.

Causes for tinnitus vary from symptoms of hearing loss and exposure to loud noises to various health ailments (hyper/hypothyroidism, Meniere’s disease, or high blood pressure). Various sound therapies are available to help treat tinnitus, but a cure has so far not been found.

If your tinnitus frustrates you to the point of affecting your daily life, it’s time to seek professional help for managing that ringing in your ears. In Plano, we’re the one-stop shop for tinnitus treatment – take the first step toward relief and schedule a tinnitus check with one of our professionals today.

Professional Tinnitus Assessments with Family Audiology

During a tinnitus assessment, we work to pinpoint your unique tinnitus type as well as figure out its intensity. While there is no cure for tinnitus yet, our expert audiologists will test your hearing and provide a personalized tinnitus management program.

Your tinnitus assessment will include various tests: 

Medical History

We’ll ask about your tinnitus and whether you’re taking any medications, have been exposed to loud noise recently, and get some information about other factors that could have led to your tinnitus.

Hearing Evaluation

We’ll provide a comprehensive hearing assessment to determine if your tinnitus includes hearing loss.

Discovering The Problem

We’ll focus on the loudness and pitch of your tinnitus symptoms to decide on the next steps.

After your assessment, we’ll go over the next steps, including our recommended ways to help you treat and manage your tinnitus.

The correct solution may be a combination of techniques and therapies, such as: 

Hearing Aids

Hearing aids can be configured to help combat the effects of tinnitus by helping your brain refocus on other sounds.

Tinnitus Treatment Tech

Sound maskers can help reduce sound awareness.

Tinnitus Retraining Therapy (TRT)

TRT combines coping strategies and rehabilitation techniques to reduce tinnitus’s impact on your daily life.

Tinnitus Management with Family Audiology

We’re here to help. Our team is ready to provide top of the line techniques and technology to help you manage your tinnitus so you can focus on what’s important: living your life to the fullest.

To get started on your hearing health journey, submit the adjacent form and a member of our team will get in touch with you regarding the next steps. 

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