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Tinnitus and Ringing in the ears

Tinnitus, ringing in the ears, crickets, locusts, music, buzzing, humming the list goes on and on...

If you suffer from any of these and regardless of what noises you may be hearing, it can be difficult to deal with. Tinnitus is suffered by millions and there are plenty of promises to eliminate the problem. The problem for the consumer is...what works and what is a waste of money? A good rule of thumb has always been and still proves true....IF IT SOUNDS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE, IT PROBABLY IS. Thats not to say that there isn't help with this problem. There are devices that can make a dramatic difference in your life! Prescriptively fit for you, relief can often be found. If you're interested in what options may be available to you, we encourage an appointment and about 30 minutes of your time.

Call for an appointment 563-316-6022


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