Tinnitus can cause severe distress but thankfully there are now a number of very effective treatment solutions . Our therapies are entirely evidence-based solutions, and they are proven to work. With a carefully planned, bespoke tinnitus relief plan, patient's can, and do overcome their distress from tinnitus.
Tinnitus is often described as a ringing, buzzing or hissing in the ears, If you think you have tinnitus then there are solutions available. It is better to treat tinnitus as early as possible, so call us to discuss how we can help. We have successfully treated thousands of tinnitus sufferers in our London clinics. Need to understand more about tinnitus? Contact us to discuss your concerns.
Audiological Science is a proud supporter and sponsor of the BTA. We adhere closely to the BTA's principles regarding effective tinnitus treatments. The BTA is the UKs foremost charity, conducting important medical research in the field of tinnitus. It's research findings help us to formulate our service protocols.
There is an unfortunate myth that tinnitus cannot be treated. This is entirely false. We have successfully treated thousands of tinnitus sufferers using evidence-based solutions. A single 'cure' or pill is not available, but tinnitus can be treated very successfully in a number of scientifically proven ways.
Perhaps you have not yet seen a professional about your tinnitus. Or you may have seen your GP, ENT, or an audiologist, but are making limited progress. We will provide an integrated investigation into the medical, audiological & psychological aspects with a view to formulating a bespoke, evidence-based treatment plan.
We offer tinnitus therapy at 5 locations in London including the Neuro-Otology Centre in the Harley St enclave - 32 Devonshire Place, London W1G 6JL. The Neuro-Otology Centre is considered to be a Centre of Excellence in Audiological Medicine & Tinnitus Management.
Since the late 1980s, pioneering tinnitus management programs have been offered at 32 Devonshire Place, with thousands of satisfied patients benefiting from it's innovative and highly effective tinnitus therapies. It was the first centre of it's kind for managing distressing tinnitus and was always seen as the UKs foremost centre for tinnitus management and research.
Initially Tinnitus Retraining Therapy (TRT) was the main program followed and it proved to be very successful, attracting the referrals of hundreds of GPs and specialists around the country. The principles behind TRT are as relevant today as ever. However, the science behind Tinnitus relief has also moved on enormously, especially in the last few years
At Audiological Science we continue to be at the forefront of tinnitus management, implementing and evolving tinnitus solutions based on scientific research only. We formulate our own therapies based on what we have seen work, both in reputable research papers and in our clinic. Tinnitus therapy is a science and our service revolves only around evidence-based solutions.
Tinnitus is a condition that’s annoying at best and debilitating at worse – but there are proven ways to make it better. Here are some of the misconceptions that we have heard about tinnitus – and the facts you need to know. If your symptoms are troubling you, contact us for a consultation.
Every aspect of our treatment is driven by data. Our assessments & treatment outcome measures are based on quantifiable data. We use specialist wearable devices that monitor important variables, day & night. We then analyse this data as part of the assessment of your progress throughout your bespoke tinnitus program.
Audiological Science founded the London Tinnitus Support Group in 2014. It is still going strongly and is a very active group ! The group is open to all. The LTSG is based on the British Tinnitus Association Support Group principles. Research has shown that these groups can assist in Tinnitus Management. Call us for further details Tel - 020 8059 9645
Alan Aaronson of Audiological Science (not pictuted) has been the expert guest on a number of BBC Radio Shows around the UK, on the subject of Tinnitus Relief, and other aspects of Audiology.