Providing expert tinnitus support to West Texas
Tinnitus is defined as the perception of noise or ringing in the ears.
Did you know that 10-15% of adults experience tinnitus? It is estimated that it impacts between 29.7 and 50 million Americans. Tinnitus is also the number one service-connected disability among the veteran population.
Many patients with tinnitus experience significant disturbance from the condition. This disturbance can cause stress, anxiety, and sleeplessness and have adverse effects on the patient’s overall health. Patients are often told that they must learn to live with this condition leaving many feeling hopeless and frustrated.
The condition manifests itself differently for each individual making the causes often difficult to identify. Generally, factors that increase its severity include alcohol, exposure to loud music, and stress. Collectively, these all make the individual more conscious of it, adding to their stress.
At Cornerstone Audiology, we recognize the frustrations and upset it can cause, and make our greatest endeavor to try to reduce any symptoms, allowing it to be as concealed as possible.
Through our many years of experience, we have carefully practiced and identified the most beneficial treatments and guidance towards reducing its severity, which you can practice in your own life. So, you can carry on your daily life as normal.
If you or a loved one is experience signs of tinnitus, please get in touch so we can get on your road to an improved quality of life.
Schedule Your Tinnitus Assessment
How Does It Work?
#1 Schedule a Tinnitus Assessment
The first step is to schedule an assessment by following the options on this page. With patients across Texas turning to Cornerstone Audiology for their tinnitus issues, assessments offer a simple way for you to speak to an expert.
#2 - Discuss your tinnitus challenges with an audiologist
Once you have submitted the filled in and submitted the form, a member of our friendly team will be in touch to confirm your appointment. There will be case history as well as tinnitus questionnaires that will be completed during this appointment. This will give your audiologist some quantifiable information regarding your tinnitus and health history. You will have the opportunity to discuss how your tinnitus is affecting you personally.
#3 - Visit Cornerstone Audiology for your in-person Consultation
A hearing and tinnitus evaluation will be performed in person and a treatment plan established at this visit. Your audiologist will determine the pitch and loudness of your tinnitus and begin to give you strategies and tools to help you with your tinnitus.
#4 - Support Every Step of the Way
Your audiologist will prescribe ongoing follow up appointments based on each individual’s unique circumstances. These follow up appointments may be in person or virtual based on the patient’s location and preferences.
Schedule Your Tinnitus Assessment
Tinnitus management always begins with a comprehensive tinnitus assessment.
Over time, tinnitus symptoms can worsen so early detection and treatment are essential for the best possible outcome.
Simply complete the form opposite and a friendly member of our team will be in touch to confirm your appointment.
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