Pure Tinnitus Group Coaching: A Telehealth Innovation Inspired by COVID-19

Berkeley, California – California-based telehealth startup Pure Tinnitus has developed Pure Tinnitus Group Coaching as a way to provide evidence-based tinnitus management techniques via Zoom video.

The Covid-19 pandemic has made living with tinnitus more challenging. The pandemic has led to increased social isolation, staying at home, and stress around healthcare. All of these factors negatively impact someone struggling with tinnitus. 
Pure Tinnitus Group Coaching teaches monthly workshops from an audiologist with the support of a positive online community. The monthly Zoom sessions are designed to teach tinnitus management fundamentals: cognitive behavioral techniques, sound therapy, sleep habits, stress management, and relaxation exercises.

Dr. Thompson explains Pure Tinnitus Group Coaching.

The program was created by Dr. Ben Thompson, Au.D. He completed years of research into the existing tinnitus telehealth resources. He found that there were plenty of tinnitus apps and local support groups. The tinnitus apps lacked the personal touch to be able to ask questions and have them answered quickly. The support groups typically did not systematically teach how to get better.

Telehealth has rapidly expanded accessibility to healthcare. Individuals with tinnitus have historically been restricted to services within their local area. Today, patients have access to various online programs that can help them better manage their tinnitus.

Dr. Ben Thompson, Au.D.

Dr. Ben Thompson, Au.D.

Dr. Ben Thompson is an audiologist in California and founder of Pure Tinnitus. Dr. Thompson has a comprehensive knowledge of tinnitus management. He completed his residency at University of California at San Francisco (UCSF) and is a past board member of the California Academy of Audiology. Via telehealth, Dr. Thompson provides services to patients with hearing loss and tinnitus.

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