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Welcome to Our Tinnitus Treatment Clinic in Adelaide

Are you experiencing a constant ringing or buzzing in your ears? Do you find it difficult to concentrate or sleep because of the noise? If so, you may be suffering from tinnitus.

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At our clinic, we take a personalised approach to tinnitus treatment. We understand that every patient is unique, and we work closely with you to develop a treatment plan that suits your specific needs and goals.

Tinnitus can range from mild to quite disturbing and most of the time, a comprehensive hearing test can evaluate the auditory system to determine whether your tinnitus is linked to hearing loss or possibly another cause. 

The best course of action is to schedule a consultation with our team today. We’re here to help you every step of the way.

Simply contact us on 8331 8047 or request an appointment online to organise a consultation.

Why Choose Our Clinic

At our Tinnitus Treatment Clinic in Adelaide, we pride ourselves on providing the best possible care for our patients. Our team of experienced and dedicated professionals work together to create a caring and supportive environment that allows you to feel comfortable discussing your concerns. We utilise the latest research and technology to offer effective treatment options tailored to your specific needs.

We offer a range of treatment options to suit your individual needs, including:

  • Sound therapy: Using specific sounds to mask or reduce the perception of tinnitus. Quite often, if you have normal hearing, this can work through apps you can download on your smart phone.
  • Helping you change the way you think and feel about tinnitus.
  • If you have hearing loss, hearing devices are the best solution: Amplifying external sounds to reduce the perception of tinnitus. This also stimulates your inner ear hair cells to prevent auditory deprivation (link to auditory deprivation page). Some hearing devices can actually be programmed to include a tinnitus masking program playing ocean sounds or a steady state rushing sound to help your tinnitus whilst providing amplification for hearing loss. 
  • Lyric, the world’s first fully invisible device that you wear 24 hours a day 7 days a week has been clinically proven to help reduce tinnitus faster than a standard hearing device. Learn more about Lyric Hearing Aids.

As a patient at our clinic, you can expect:

  • Comprehensive consultations: We take the time to carefully examine your condition allowing us to develop a personalised plan that addresses your specific concerns.
  • Cutting-edge treatment options: We keep up-to-date with the latest advancements in tinnitus treatment, ensuring you have access to the most effective solutions.
  • A dedicated support team: From our audiologists to our administrative staff, everyone at our clinic is committed to providing you with the assistance and support you need throughout your journey.
  • Thorough follow-up care: We believe in ongoing care and will continue to work with you even after your initial treatment, to monitor progress and adjust your treatment plan as necessary.
By choosing our Tinnitus Treatment Clinic in Adelaide, you’re investing in the expertise of a team that genuinely cares about your well-being. 

Comprehensive Evaluation

At our Tinnitus Treatment Clinic, we believe in providing a thorough and comprehensive evaluation for all our patients. This helps us understand their tinnitus and allows us to offer personalised treatment options.

The first step in our evaluation process involves a detailed consultation with one of our experienced audiologists. During this discussion, our patients can share their symptoms, concerns, and the impact tinnitus has on their daily lives. This enables us to gain valuable insight into each patient’s unique situation.

Following the consultation, we conduct a full complete audiogram to determine whether hearing loss is the underlying cause of the tinnitus.

After gathering all the necessary information, our team of experts carefully reviews the results and formulates a tailored treatment plan. The plan is then discussed with the patient, ensuring they are comfortable and confident in the proposed approach. This may include referral to further Tinnitus services, medical practitioners or specialists. 

Throughout the evaluation process, we maintain clear and open communication with our patients. Whether they have questions or need reassurance, we are always available to offer support and guidance.

The cost for a Tinnitus Consult at Hearing Sense is $120. 

Frequently Asked Questions

The most effective treatment for tinnitus varies from person to person. Most of the time, tinnitus is an early sign of auditory damage and addressing the hearing loss can help. Other times, understanding triggers such as excess caffeine, alcohol or stress can assist. Tinnitus maskers, hearing aids, Lyric or meditation techniques can help.

GPs in Adelaide can help diagnose the cause of your tinnitus and may provide initial treatment suggestions. However, they might also refer you to a specialist such as an audiologist or an ear, nose, and throat (ENT) doctor for further assessment and specialised care.

Yes, there are support groups available for tinnitus sufferers in Adelaide. These groups can provide valuable resources, support, and advice for coping with the condition. You can find information on local support groups through your GP, tinnitus specialist, or local community centres.

The cost for a tinnitus consult is $120 

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