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Tinnitus Assessment Process

Comprehensive consultation with THI scoring system to personalize tinnitus treatment plan for you.

What Happens at a Tinnitus Assessment

During a tinnitus assessment, several steps may be involved to determine the nature and impact of the tinnitus a person is experiencing. Here’s what typically happens:

Medical History

Our healthcare provider will ask about your medical history, including any previous ear injuries, infections, exposure to loud noise, or other relevant medical conditions.

Symptom Evaluation

We will enquire about your tinnitus symptoms, including the perceived sound (ringing, buzzing, hissing, etc.), its intensity, frequency, and whether it’s present in one or both ears.

A physical examination of the ears, head, neck will be conducted to check for any visible signs or underlying conditions that could contribute to tinnitus.

Ear Examination

Hearing Test (Audiometry)

Since tinnitus is often associated with hearing loss, audiometric tests may be conducted to assess your hearing sensitivity across different frequencies.

Tinnitus Matching

This involves using external sounds at various frequencies and intensities to try to match the pitch and loudness of the tinnitus sound you perceive. This helps in characterizing the tinnitus and understanding its impact on your hearing.

Tinnitus Fuctional Index

We will also go through the Tinnitus Functional Index and Tinnitus Handicap Index to assess how tinnitus affects your daily life, including its impact on sleep, concentration, and emotional well-being. This helps in developing a comprehensive treatment plan..

Contact Us Today for Assistance.

Reach out to us for tinnitus assessment and personalized treatment plans. Our team is here to help you manage your symptoms effectively.


Tinnitus Assessment - £250