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Issue 21, February 2018
TUNE IN
A NEWSLETTER FROM THE TINNITUS CLINIC


Dear Reader,

February is a month when charities and organisations working in tinnitus focus on this long term condition and work together to inform people with tinnitus about what can be done. This year The Tinnitus Clinic will be at an information day being run by the British Tinnitus Association in Newcastle on Saturday 3rd February. You can find more information on the BTA’s website.

Many of you will have heard about the new legislation aimed at keeping our personal data secure in this electronic age. We take your privacy and personal data very seriously and have issued a new Privacy Statement which is on our website and can be reached here.

In this issue of Tune In, we hear from Veteran soldier Harris Tatakis who, after being injured whilst serving in Afghanistan, said that out of all of his injuries it was tinnitus that affected him most. Find out how we were able to help him through using a mixture of Tinnitus Desensitisation Therapy™ (TDT) and Levo®.

We also highlight some exciting new research from scientists in the United States who have developed a device that could stop tinnitus through 'resetting' brain cells. This supports the science behind our neuromodulation treatments we already supply and we are looking forward to hearing more about this research in the future.

It has always been our aim to make it as easy as possible for people across the UK to access the best clinical care and tinnitus treatments we provide so we are delighted to be opening new clinics in Newcastle in February and in Salisbury in April.

If you have any issues you would like us to cover in future issues of Tune In, please email us and let us know. You can use the form here.

Best wishes

Josephine Swinhoe
Managing Director

P.S. You can find out about all our treatments and request an appointment on the website or call our Freephone number 0800 030 6617.



In this Issue

“Out of all my injuries, tinnitus is the one that’s affected me most.”

New Research Gives Hope To UK's 6 Million Tinnitus Sufferers

Tinnitus Week 2018

Birmingham DJ Richard Gillis gets peace of mind from The Tinnitus Clinic

The Tinnitus Clinic Recognised For 'Outstanding Achievement'

“If we can stop these signals, we can stop tinnitus.”

Blue Light Discount




“Out of all my injuries, tinnitus is the one that’s affected me most.”

"I was seriously injured when my Land Rover drove over an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) while serving in Afghanistan in 2007, shattering my left leg, breaking my right foot, causing brain damage and rupturing both my ear drums and causing permanent tinnitus."

Find out how The Tinnitus Clinic was able to help reduce the intensity of Harris’s tinnitus.

Read Harris's Story




Read Harris's Story

New Research Gives Hope To UK's 6 Million Tinnitus Sufferers

A trial conducted by the National Center for Rehabilitative Auditory Research (NCRAR) has demonstrated that individuals treated with Levo® Sound Therapy experienced a reduction in perceived tinnitus loudness of more than 20 per cent, as well as a drop in tinnitus distress of more than a third, compared with those treated with the standard care therapy and a placebo.

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Tinnitus Week 2018

Tinnitus Week 2018 is taking place from 5th - 11th February to raise awareness about this dreadful condition which affects approximately 1 in 10 of the population. The Tinnitus Clinic will be at an information day being run by the British Tinnitus Association in Newcastle on Saturday 3rd February.

#TinnitusWeek

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Get Involved

Birmingham DJ Richard Gillis Gets Peace Of Mind From The Tinnitus Clinic

"After taking up DJing in 2016, I started to develop a mild form of tinnitus due to being around constant loud music. The help and advice I received from Sylvia Kewish, Clinic Manager and Clinical Audiologist, at The Tinnitus Clinic in Birmingham I found to be very beneficial.”

“I think this is a smart idea for any DJ or performing musician who regularly performs with loud music"

Read Richard's Story


Read Richard's Story



The Tinnitus Clinic Recognised For ‘Outstanding Achievement’

"We are thrilled to have been recognised by these awards as they focus on growth and innovation in the medical sector.

We pride ourselves on offering some of the most innovative and pioneering tinnitus treatments in the UK, and our growth into new regions means these treatments are accessible to even more people than ever before. This is great recognition for our hard-working team and our achievements in the past year.”

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"If we can stop these signals, we can stop tinnitus."

We’ve started 2018 more energised than usual thanks to the publication of some exciting new research.

Scientists in America have published a paper into the use of a current experimental device that ‘resets’ the brain cells in a small group of tinnitus sufferers.

This is important research which supports our own philosophy of evidence-based tinnitus treatments like Acoustic CR® Neuromodulation.

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Blue Light Discount

We are pleased to offer patients 10% off tinnitus treatments and hearing aids when you present a Blue Light Card; a discount service for the Emergency Services, NHS and Armed Forces.

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