Tinnitus Therapy



Sound Options provides a clinically-tested and FDA cleared sound therapy designed specifically for each tinnitus sufferer. After a hearing and tinnitus assessment, the treatment is designed by specialized software that embeds a customized sound therapy into music.

The sound therapy is embedded in music to provide a relaxing and enjoyable way to manage your tinnitus at your convenience.

Therapy Cost: $300 plus service visits


Another Option: Widex Zen has been FDA approved for Tinnitus and relaxation. Zen tones are music like tones called fractal tones. They are non-harmonic tones that help distract the brain from the stress of tinnitus. For more on this therapy go to http://www.widex.com/en/products/zen2go/ or call us at Chears! We are here to educate.

Another Option: Signia Notch Therapy

World’s first: Tinnitus Notch Therapy, Signia

Signia hearing aids are the only ones with built-in tinnitus Notch Therapy. This method is especially effective for people who experience tonal tinnitus, the most common type.

Unlike the static noise and ocean wave approaches, which introduce an additional therapy sound, Notch Therapy treats your tinnitus inaudibly and unobtrusively. All you have to do is wear your hearing aids as you normally would, and it could reduce the annoyance of your tinnitus in just weeks or months.

Potent relief from tinnitus.

Notch Therapy offers the potential of reducing tinnitus sounds until they’re no longer perceived as disturbing*. By permanently relegating the tinnitus sounds into the background over a long period, over-stimulation is reduced and your brain ‘learns’ to ignore the irritating sounds, bringing relief.

* Powers, L., dos Santos, G.M., & Jons, C. (2016, September). Notch Therapy: A new approach to tinnitus treatment. AudiologyOnline, Article 18365.

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