Have you been told to “just live with” your ears ringing and ignore your tinnitus? That is unacceptable.
Stop struggling in background noise and groups. Find out how good - or bad - your hearing is.
These tiny devices amplify sounds so that an individual with hearing loss can be better hear, communicate, and fully participate in their everyday activities. However, roughly only one in five people who could benefit from prescription hearing aids actually use one.
Living with untreated hearing loss day in and day out can lead to a range of issues, such as difficulty with communication, anxiety, impaired memory, and isolation caused by an avoidance of social situations. Additionally, untreated hearing loss makes your brain work even harder to pick up on these sounds, which means you exert more brainpower than you should just to hear.
At Sound Relief, our expert audiologists will perform a comprehensive hearing exam to identify your hearing health needs. If we determine that a hearing aid would be beneficial, we can help you select the right one with a perfect fit that sounds amazing.
Most people naturally compensate by using visual cues and the context of a conversation. Others try to block out or ignore unwanted noises competing for their attention.
While these strategies may work for the short term, they deplete our energy and cognitive reserve.
Ultimately, relationships become strained, emotions are more difficult to control, and by the end of the day, you have nothing left.
Thankfully, you do not have to live that way. You should be able to live your best life no matter what you have been exposed to, and there is hope for you.
At Sound Relief Hearing Center, we understand what you are going through, and we can help. Dr. Julie Prutsman opened her audiology practice because there was such a huge void in the treatment and understanding of tinnitus, a symptom she struggled with for years. After years of experience, innovation, and training her team of audiologists, Sound Relief Hearing Center has helped thousands of people get control of their tinnitus and reclaim their best life.
Let us guide you on your journey:
If you’re experiencing tinnitus, hyperacusis, or hearing loss, don’t wait any longer to get the help you deserve. Take back control of your hearing health by visiting the Sound Relief Hearing Center. Our expert audiologists will perform a comprehensive hearing exam to identify the source of your hearing issue so that we can find the right solution for you. If you’re hearing a faint buzzing or ringing sound in your ears, start by taking our tinnitus impact survey to determine the severity of your tinnitus.
If you have any questions or concerns about tinnitus, hyperacusis, or hearing loss, schedule an appointment online or give us a call at 720-259-9962. We’re here to help you manage your tinnitus symptoms and ensure you get the hearing care you deserve to improve not just your hearing health, but your overall quality of life.