Survey Finds Many in UK Don’t Receive Tinnitus Treatment

DUBLIN, IRELAND — New research from Irish medical device company, Neuromod Devices Ltd, has found that more than three quarters of people suffering from tinnitus in the United Kingdom have never received any treatment for their condition. The poll also revealed that 67% of UK tinnitus sufferers don’t feel adequately informed about their condition. This news comes as…

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Neosensory Duo: A New Approach to Tinnitus

Neosensory, a California-based startup founded by Stanford neuroscientist Dr. David Eagleman and neuroengineer Dr. Scott Novich, is now offering a hardware-based tinnitus program called Neosensory Duo.  The Duo takes a unique approach to address tinnitus, which is estimated to impact 10 to 15% of adults in the United States. Global estimates suggest as many as…

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Flare Calmer Tinnitus Review by Hearing Doctor

Today we’re here to talk about Flare Audio’s new device called Calmer. It’s a small rubber device that goes in your ear, and there have been reviews and claims that this could help tinnitus. Today, as an audiologist, I’m going to answer the question: does Flare Audio’s Calmer help tinnitus? My name is Ben Thompson,…

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Tinnibot: A New Digital Tool to Support Tinnitus Sufferers

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA — Sydney-based startup Hearing Power has been developing the app Tinnibot in response to their frustration in seeing so many people suffering from tinnitus. Tinnitus is a condition that is far more common than people believe. It presents both physical and psychological challenges and can be incredibly distressing particularly at the onset. People…

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Neurofeedback to Treat Tinnitus? New Study Results Show Promise

According to the results of a study presented at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), neurofeedback training, using functional MRI (fMRI), has the potential to reduce the severity or even eliminate tinnitus. Real-time fMRI neurofeedback is a technique that allows individuals to learn voluntary control over localized brain activity. Over…

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With Interest in Tele-Audiology Growing, Ida Institute Offers New Professional Telecare Tools

NAERUM, DENMARK  — The Ida Institute launched an all-new eLearning platform for hearing care professionals and newly expanded Telecare tools for clients last week at the AudiologyNOW! convention in Indianapolis. The new learning platform, Ida Learning Hall, offers “bite-size” learning modules that allows busy professionals to easily incorporate learning into their schedules. Two new Telecare…

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