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Flatirons Audiology Offers the Newest Treatment for Tinnitus

April 13, 2013

Dr. Julie Eschenbrenner, Audiologist with Flatirons Audiology in Lafayette, is the first in Colorado to be able to offer her patients with mild to moderate tinnitus relief using the new Neuromonics Sanctuary.

(PRWEB) April 13, 2013

Dr. Julie Eschenbrenner, Audiologist with Flatirons Audiology in Lafayette, is the first in Colorado to be able to offer her patients with mild to moderate tinnitus relief using the new Neuromonics Sanctuary.

Tinnitus is often described as a buzzing, hissing, ringing or roaring in the ears in the absence of other sounds coming from the environment. More than 50 million people in the United States suffer from some form of tinnitus according to the American Tinnitus Association. Tinnitus can occur from exposure to loud noises, a medical condition, or a reaction to a substance. Approximately 34 percent of the veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan are reporting symptoms of tinnitus.

The Neuromonics Sanctuary helps the brain filter out the perception of the irritating noise in the ears. The Sanctuary can be setup and fit in a single day. It is easy to learn how to use. It has multiple headphone options to give patients their choice of what is most comfortable.

Unlike the older Neuromonics Oasis, the gold standard device for use in patients with chronic tinnitus, the Neuromonics Sanctuary offers those patients with mild to moderate tinnitus situational relief of their symptoms.

People with mild to moderate symptoms of tinnitus who want more information about the newest treatment can contact Dr. Julie Eschenbrenner at Flatirons Audiology at 303-664-9111.

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