This article will break down the fundamentals of neuroplasticity and how it can improve the psychological, auditory, and lifestyle outcomes of patients dealing with tinnitus.
This article will explain what causes a tinnitus spike, how to prevent a tinnitus spike, and how to manage a tinnitus spike, whether it lasts
Pulsatile tinnitus is a medical condition where you hear a noise or sound from your body that is synchronized with your heartbeat and cardiovascular system.
FX-322 is a new pharmaceutical research drug by Frequency Therapeutics aimed at finding a cure for hearing loss. This article will discuss updates in the
There’s a group of researchers from the company Otonomy (based in San Diego, California) working on a pharmaceutical drug called OTO-313, which is aimed at
Hearing aids are one of the best ways to help tinnitus. The six major hearing aid manufacturers reviewed in this article all feature high-frequency amplification,
Glenn Schweitzer of Rewiring Tinnitus joins Dr. Ben Thompson for a discussion about neuroplasticity for tinnitus. We will discuss the expectations of neuroplasticity, as well
Julian Cowan Hill shares a simple rule that he uses with his tinnitus clients to help them get better. Dr. Ben Thompson interviews Julian about
Steve Claridge So I think it took me a long time to come to terms with my hearing loss. So I think I was probably
Reducing your tinnitus can be challenging. You may have already tried to reduce the volume of your tinnitus. In my years as an audiologist and
Dr Stephani Rose is featured on Episode 8 of the Pure Tinnitus & Hearing Podcast. She is an audiologist in California. Dr Rose created a
Do you have mild hearing loss and have questions about hearing aids? Listen to hearing researcher Amyn Amlani, Ph.D. discuss his personal experience with his
Joey Remenyi explains her new book called Rock Steady. Joey Remenyi is a neuroplasticity therapist and audiologist in Australia. She created Rock Steady to explain
Jack Scott is a tinnitus professor and former clinical audiologist at Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois, United States. He discusses best practices for tinnitus and
Richard Well, I think it’s important not to give up hope, not to let the tinnitus overwhelm you, it can do that if you if