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Tinnitus Treatments Saint George UT

Local resource for tinnitus treatments in Saint George, UT. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to tinnitus treatments, tinnitus cures, tinnitus remedies, and tinnitus relief, as well as advice and content on tinnitus symptoms, hearing loss, and ringing in the ear.

Kent Eric Gardner
(435) 628-3334
1490 E Foremaster Dr
St George, UT

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Steven P Chase
(435) 628-3334
1490 E Foremaster Dr
Saint George, UT

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Nilsson Hearing Center
(435) 216-5032
1770 Red Cliffs Dr Ste 214
Saint George, UT
Nilsson Hearing Center offers custom-fit Hearing Aids, Accessories, and Comprehensive Hearing Healthcare for any hearing instrument owner.In addition to these products and services, we also have an in-house lab for the repair of all makes and models of hearing instruments. Stop by today for your:FREE Batteries for Your Current InstrumentsFREE Cleanings and Check-UpsFREE Hearing Test & EvaluationFREE Device Programming and AdjustmentsFREE In-House Repair ServicesFREE Trial of the Newest Technolog
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Steven Michael Kelly
(801) 295-5581
1551 Renaissance Towne Dr
Bountiful, UT

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Robert L Mellor
(801) 773-4840
2121 No 1700 W
Layton, UT

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Jerry Marsden
(435) 628-3334
1490 E Foremaster Dr
St George, UT

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Advance Hearing & Balance
(435) 216-4261
1490 E Foremaster Dr Ste 360
Saint George, UT
ur expert staff of AudigyCertified™ professionals provide services to those from newborn to over a hundred years old. These include basic behavioral tests and sophisticated computerized otoneurological evaluations. When appropriate, the latest digital hearing instruments may be utilized to help compensate for a hearing impairment. For individuals who work in high noise areas, we administer Hearing Conservation Programs in accordance to OSHA guidelines.AudigyCertified™ professionals p
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Bryan C Tagge
(801) 328-2522
22 S 900 E
Salt Lake City, UT

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Dr.Stephen Parsons
(801) 357-7475
1055 N 300 W # 401
Provo, UT
Ear, Nose and Throat
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Jason P Hunt
(801) 581-2121
50 N Medical Dr
Salt Lake City, UT
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Ringing In The Ears

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September 13, 2005: 7:18 am: Dr. Neil Tinnitus

Ringing In The Ears

by Neil Bauman, Ph.D.

A lot of people say they hear “noise” in their ears, or that their ears are “ringing.” One lady wrote, “I’ve not seen much on how to deal with the constant noise in my ears. It has gone way beyond the ringing I so often see mentioned.”

That ringing sound, called tinnitus, is more of a stereotypical sound than a reality. I say my ears are “ringing,” but what I really hear is a high-pitched whine, or a low-pitched rumbling sound. Some people hear “crickets.” One person described hers as sounding like someone pounding on a piece of sheet metal.

The truth is, tinnitus has many different sounds. Tinnitus may be a ringing, roaring, rushing, beating, clicking, banging, buzzing, hissing, humming, chirping, clanging, sizzling, whooshing, rumbling, whistling or dreadful shrieking noise in our ears. To some people, tinnitus sounds like rushing water, breaking glass or chain saws running. All these numerous sounds come under the generalized heading of “ringing” or tinnitus.

To learn more about tinnitus and its many causes, point your browser to . However, if you are really serious about alleviating or eliminating your tinnitus, you need the specialized information contained in the book, “When Your Ears Ring–Cope with Your Tinnitus–Here’s How.” You can get a copy at .

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