Hearing treatments for veterans

Hearing treatments for veterans and emergency services

Did you know that working age veterans are 3.5 times more likely to suffer from hearing loss than the general population?

While many veterans and blue lighters can use devices and treatments which are available from the National Health Service, for others a more specialist expert approach is needed.

Whether you are 25 or 85 or whether you served in the Army, Navy, Air Force or emergency services we can help you with specialist treatment for tinnitus, hyperacusis and noise induced hearing loss.

Funding for treatment

The Tinnitus Clinic is plesed to offer a 10% discount on all treatments and products for those who have served our country, whether in the armed services or any blue light occupation. All we need is evidence of service, such as MOD F90, discharge letter, or current employment evidence.

Former armed forces personnel may be eligible for help from the British Legion, please call the Royal British Legion contact centre for more information or phone SSAFA on 0800 731 4880 who may be able to provide a case worker to support you.

Assessment for treatment

Once your eligibility has been approved, our specialist audiologist team will undertake an initial assessment with you. During this extensive assessment, lasting 1 ½ hours, 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 making your condition more difficult for you.

We will provide a written quotation for you to send to Royal British Legion for their approval. Once this is in place we can start your treatment and get you on the road to recovery and a better quality of life.

Contact us now for our information pack.

Tinnitus Patient Stories

Our patients describe how they overcame their tinnitus following our treatments.

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