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We very rarely talk about a cure for tinnitus - but there is one cause where if treated it can also remove your tinnitus?  

If your tinnitus is due to a head, neck or jaw injury, treating the underlying physical injury can also remove your tinnitus.

Where your tinnitus is caused by other factors there may be no cure yet, but there are five treatment approaches that can be effective in significantly reducing the impact of your tinnitus and have research evidence to back them up. But knowing which one, or combination to use will vary depending on the cause and main symptoms of your tinnitus. To help we recommend you take our online course the Truth About What Causes Tinnitus

The course is hosted on the Podia platform and the page you are taken to shows all our courses and an online Tinnitus Assessment & Coaching option.

The techniques included in the 12 week program have been proven and refined over the last 15 years at the University of Auckland Hearing & Tinnitus clinic and are being used by other leading audiologists, Ear Nose & Throat surgeons, physiotherapists and specialist counsellors.

Tinnitus video lessons - the truth about what causes tinnitus

We have recorded a series of 8 lessons and supporting material (over 20 items) so you watch and read them at times to suit you. We cover the common causes of tinnitus and, answer fears about underlying medical conditions and tinnitus, The course also covers how to get the best results from clinical specialists and the potential benefits of hearing aids.. 

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Are hearing aids a wise investment

If you have tinnitus and some hearing loss research and feedback from our members has shown it is well worth having a hearing test and if appropriate take a free trial of hearing aids.

In some countries you can get free or subsidised hearing aids, if not they can cost several thousand dollars for devices that can connect with your smartphone. If you have mild hearing loss and feel you are not ready for hearing aids there are other alternatives which we discuss in the online course listed above.

What is Tinnitus

We don't like to assume everyone is an expert on tinnitus, particularly if you have just started hearing the noises. So we have given below a link to a neat explanation of tinnitus.

A short YouTube clip giving a simple explanation of tinnitus.