We understand the frustration of going to multiple doctors and being told “there’s nothing you can do for tinnitus,” as well as the anxiety, concentration, and sleep troubles that follow.
Our founder at Treble Health, Ben Thompson, is an audiologist and has tinnitus himself! We’ve helped hundreds of patients just like you reduce the awareness and actually quiet down their tinnitus, so they can get back on with their lives. To get started, simply schedule your free consultation today.
Research shows that sound therapy can help reduce the intensity of tinnitus. Our audiologists can help you make a comprehensive sound therapy plan to better manage tinnitus.
One of the keys to improving tinnitus is to reduce the fight/flight response. This takes time. Our audiologists can help you calm the mind and body.
Our audiology team is highly competent to provide professional tinnitus counseling.
Toddi lowered her tinnitus working with Treble Health over a six-month time period. She succeeded with our tinnitus program. Now, she can fall asleep easily and has no trouble concentrating at her job. Tinnitus doesn’t have to be debilitating.
“About six months ago, I began to notice that my tinnitus was louder and no longer helped by my hearing aids alone….On most days now, I barely notice my tinnitus. It is still there, but it has become background noise, like the noise of the air ducts in my home, or the dishwasher, and I work and live beyond it now, sometimes even forgetting that it is there. I am grateful that I found Treble Health. “
Learn about the newest tinnitus treatments and management tips.
Our professional services help you manage tinnitus. Consider one of our plans below.
Still having trouble with anxiety, concentration, or sleep due to tinnitus? Our approach to proactive hearing care ensures that your tinnitus perception decreases over time. There are tools to make sure your tinnitus gets better. You are on the path to recovery. We can help you reduce the sound of tinnitus.
Many doctors do not know that there are treatments for tinnitus. It’s true, there is no surgery or medication to cure tinnitus, but research has shown that about 80% of patients can reduce the perception of tinnitus using tinnitus retraining techniques. Oftentimes, the volume gets softer too.
For a majority of tinnitus cases, there is no “quick-fix” solution. As part of our new patient onboarding, we help our patients identify any possible medical cause to tinnitus and refer them to the appropriate medical tests when applicable. Usually, habituation-based protocols (like the system we follow) are the only way to improve tinnitus.
Most audiologists are not experts in tinnitus management. While you can certainly search your local area for tinnitus experts, research has shown that receiving care via telehealth can be performed at the same level of clinical efficacy. Your Treble Health audiologist may identify that you could benefit from in-person medical tests. In that case, we will refer you to the appropriate local clinic.
Our audiologists are trained in tinnitus retraining counseling, which is different from psychological talk therapy. Tinnitus retraining is focused on comprehensive sound therapy, proper education, and individualized counseling.
Hearing aids can help, but are not always enough. A comprehensive approach to managing tinnitus will focus on the whole person. This includes professional counseling, calming the central nervous system, and a comprehensive sound therapy plan.
Insurance does not cover the cost of tinnitus counseling and management. The fee for our initial tinnitus telehealth consultation is $99. Follow-up plans range from $39 to $249 per month.