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Issue 23, November 2018
TUNE IN
A NEWSLETTER FROM THE TINNITUS CLINIC


Dear Reader,

Welcome to the final edition of our e-newsletter for 2018. This has been a busy year for The Tinnitus Clinic.
The underlying mission of our business remains the same – to bring the most pioneering, evidence-based treatments to people across the UK, showing that tinnitus and hearing loss are not just ‘something you have to live with’.

Our goals this year have seen us adapt our business model and expand into new locations, enabling even more people to access life-changing support and treatments. We’re excited to continue developing this strategy as we move into the new year, working to help more people than ever before, and as ever, please do get in touch if you or a loved one are suffering at this time.

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

A warming winter offer

Movies are moving with the times

Continued growth for The Tinnitus Clinic

Proud to support our veterans

Successful trial for 'pioneering' tinnitus treatment




A warming winter offer!

The Tinnitus Clinic is offering patients £200 off any treatments booked to begin in January or February 2019.

We understand that pressures surrounding this time of year can lead to increased stress levels, anxiety and general fatigue – all of which can exacerbate tinnitus symptoms.

With more than 10 clinics in locations across the UK, we offer a range of leading, evidence-based treatments and therapy programmes to significantly reduce your symptoms.

Get in touch today to find out how you can start the new year as a new you. Call 0800 030 6617 or email us at info@thetinnitusclinic.co.uk.

Get in touch



Claim £200 off treatments

Movies are moving with the times

From A Star is Born to A Quiet Place, more and more films are broaching the topic of hearing loss. This year has seen more movies moving with the times, featuring deaf actors or characters.

Read my blog about hearing loss in film and why it's so important to bring the topic into the spotlight.

Read more




Read more

Continued growth for The Tinnitus Clinic

More people across the UK can now benefit from the very latest tinnitus treatments following continued growth of The Tinnitus Clinic.

The leading provider of evidence-based tinnitus treatments in the UK, The Tinnitus Clinic has continued to develop new sites in 2018 and continues to look for good quality, independent audiologists to partner with so that clients have the opportunity to get treatment close to them in 2019.

Find out more




Find out more

Proud to support our veterans

At The Tinnitus Clinic we’re proud to support veterans from across the country access treatment for tinnitus and hearing loss.

Hearing problems are a common health issue in the armed forces as people are repeatedly exposed to loud noise. In fact, working age veterans are 3.5 times more likely to suffer from hearing loss than the general population.

Whether you’re aged 25 or 85 and if you served in the Army, Navy or Air Force, we can help you with specialist treatment for tinnitus, hyperacusis and noise induced hearing loss.
You may even be eligible to claim funding from The British Legion's Veterans Hearing Fund (VHF).

Don’t suffer, get in touch today to see how we can help.

Find out how we can help



Find out how we can help

Successful trial for 'pioneering' tinnitus treatment

In a recent trial conducted by The Tinnitus Clinic, 90% of tinnitus sufferers have reported significantly improved symptoms after using a ‘pioneering’ treatment.

In the trial, patients were treated with Tinnitus Desensitisation Therapy™ (TDT) for a period of five to seven months. Following the trial, 90% of patients reported improvement and of this group, two-thirds said their symptoms were ‘much improved’ or ‘very much improved’. Meanwhile, those who had initially reported their symptoms to be ‘catastrophic’ dropped from more than a quarter to just 3%.

To read more about the results and find out how TDT could help you, visit our website.

View trial results


View trial results





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