Although the direct relationship between tinnitus and COVID-19 is unclear, certain aspects of the disease and the recovery process may offer clues.
Cleveland Clinic otolaryngologists and audiologists have often recognized the importance of dentistry in the management and diagnosis of ear symptoms.
Cleveland Clinic audiologists highlight results from clinical studies looking at the benefits of hearing aids in comparison to combination devices for tinnitus.
Cleveland Clinic’s Audiology Research Lab studied a promising new tinnitus treatment device that offers novel and customized sound therapy options.
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Cleveland Clinic’s Auditory Neurobiology Laboratory is taking aim at understanding the neuronal signatures that define tinnitus and hyperacusis, in the hopes of improving the treatment of these hearing disorders
Shared medical appointments allow clinicians to deliver information to small groups of patients with tinnitus, permitting patients to learn management strategies from a multidisciplinary team as well as fellow patients
Development of effective therapies for chronic hyperacusis will require establishment of an animal model to better understand its mechanisms