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Tinnitus affects 15% of adults and is a life-long condition without a cure. The Tinnitus Clinic provides treatment and management of this condition which reduces the impact of the symptoms and can improve the quality of life for patients. Since 2011, they have provided expert diagnosis and treatment pathways to thousands of tinnitus patients from premises in Harley Street and others across the UK.
Their audiologists are also able to provide hyperacusis treatment and fit the best hearing devices available on the market today. Tinnitus is principally caused by hearing loss, but is made worse by a range of other causes. Learn more and watch their video.
The Tinnitus Clinic offers a range of solutions which are matched to the individual patient's needs. Their Tinnitus Desensitisation Therapy has proven to be 70% effective in reducing symptoms of tinnitus to the point where patients would say they cannot hear their tinnitus at all. For others the intrusion of their tinnitus falls significantly.
Prices vary according to the devices selected. They also provide a counselling therapy for patients who are particularly anxious with tinnitus, either with or without COVID-related origins.
There is a six week, no quibble money back guarantee, so you can safely visit them and assess what it might mean for you. All their clinics follow COVID-safe guidelines with both you and their clinicians in mind.
The Tinnitus Clinic began in Harley Street, London with a single clinic and now provides services across the UK. The Tinnitus Clinic is the only CQC registered service based on Harley Street, providing you with the knowledge that treatments are safe and effective. As well as the Harley Street location, there are Tinnitus Clinics in Bristol, Edinburgh, Leeds, Leicester and Manchester.
The Tinnitus Clinic was the first to offer video appointments for tinnitus and is proud to be able to offer a full telecare service for most tinnitus patients. A full assessment is always preferable but for those patients who are unable to reach the clinic it may be possible to provide entirely remote assessment and treatment.
The video assessment is also useful for those patient who are as yet unsure about progressing to treatment, and are seeking self-management and as assessment of their prognosis.
The Tinnitus Clinic only utilises treatments and pathways which are evidence based. Their principle treatment, Tinnitus Desensitisation Therapy™ is only available at The Tinnitus Clinic and uses hearing devices to management hearing loss, while reducing tinnitus symptoms with integrated sound therapy.
Most of their patients undertake treatment with a device, which helps with hearing loss and reduces tinnitus symptoms.
However, they are pleased to be able to provide therapy designed by Dr Julianne Mullen, an integrative therapist with a special interest in tinnitus.
For more information and to read about the latest treatments, visit their website.
Treatments can be paid in full, through private medical insurance or by applying for 0% finance for which a UK bank account is needed. More information can be found on their website.
Whether you are living with tinnitus, hyperacusis or looking for an expert view on the right hearing device, the first step is to undergo a full assessment.
At your Initial Assessment, one of our expert audiologists will review your relevant medical history and perform a range of diagnostic tests to assess your tinnitus and audiological profile. These tests are designed to diagnose your tinnitus type, pinpoint your tinnitus tone and identify any associated hearing loss that may be exacerbating the impact of your condition.
Your audiologist will discuss the treatment options available to you and the likely prognosis following treatment. There will also be plenty of time for you to ask questions and explore self-help techniques.
“It was the best and most encouraging consultation I have had since the onset of my tinnitus. The condition and more importantly for me, the long term prognosis, was explained clearly and authoritatively which was very encouraging. Not an overnight fix, but some hope for a normal life in the future. I have decided to proceed with Mark's recommendation.” John Millar, Harley Street patient.
A study has shown that x% of people wait five years or more from the onset of hearing loss, before they seek out a suitable hearing device. How different this is from spectacles, where we would never consider waiting five years to be able to see properly.
Tinnitus clinics can provide a hearing device to suit you, and your budget.
With more and more extras to choose from for television, telephone and listening in noisy environments, making a choice can be complicated. But their experts will help you navigate to find the best solution for you.
Tinnitus Desensitisation Therapy™ (TDT) is a therapeutic pathway specially designed by The Tinnitus Clinic for patients who suffer with invasive tinnitus. TDT provides you with a range of therapies that are selected specially to meet your personal requirements.
Using your tinnitus acoustic profile and your very personal experience of tinnitus, Tinnitus Desensitisation Therapy uses a number of distinct therapeutic techniques together. These serve to control your tinnitus awareness with the long term goal of encouraging the brain to filter out the tinnitus perception from your consciousness. This filtering process is known as habituation.
TDT helps you to take control of the impact that tinnitus is having on your life. The therapy aims to redirect your brain’s attention away from the tinnitus signal and help the natural habituation process to occur so that, over time, you become progressively less aware of your tinnitus symptoms.
The supporting activities which they ask you to engage in will also help you to cope with the day to day emotional impact of your symptoms.
Read details of the evidence base for this treatment.
The Tinnitus Clinic is delighted to be able to offer consultations with Mr Nitesh Patel, MBChB(Hons), FRCS(Eng), FRCS(ORL-HNS)
Mr Nitesh Patel is a fully registered ENT specialist, Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in England and consultant ENT surgeon member of ENT-UK.
Mr Patel has a particular interest in Tinnitus and Meniere's Disease. He completed his Higher Surgical Training in ENT Surgery and was awarded the Gold Medal by the Royal Society of Medicine for 1st Rank in the National (UK) Intercollegiate examination in ENT Surgery with the award of FRCS (ORL-HNS) in 2005.
Mr Patel can undertake ENT only appointments, and a combination appointment with our Chief Audiologist, Mr Mark Williams. Advice on which appointment is appropriate is provided at time of enquiry.
A list of news and articles published about The Tinnitus Clinic:
The report from the CQC describes how staff treat patients with "kindness, respect and compassion" and noted the clinic’s "culture of high-quality sustainable care". Staff were recognised as "consistent and proactive in empowering patients and supporting them to manage their own health and ...
Tinnitus sufferers in Malta will be able to access long-term relief from the condition for the first time with the launch of a partnership between The Tinnitus Clinic and independent hearing clinic Loud and Clear.
The Tinnitus Clinic welcome patients who refer themselves, or are referred by a General Practitioner or ENT doctor.
There is no need to have a doctors referral, it is enough that you want to get the best treatment available.
Treatment can be paid by credit card, debit card or cheque. We are recognised by the main private health insurers, however please check with your insurer in advance.
They can provide 0% finance for patients residing in the UK with a UK bank account. Please ask for details.
An initial assessment at The Tinnitus Clinic costs £195. Treatment prices are as follows:
Payment for treatment is due in full at the time of treatment, by cash in British Sterling or by credit or debit card, including American Express.
Some medical insurance companies may cover the cost of a tinnitus assessment consultation and other treatments such as removal of ear wax. Patients are advised to contact their insurer for pre-authorisation prior to their initial appointment.