Are you Suffering from any of these symptoms as a result of Tinnitus? Free 15 Min Consultation.

    Mild to severe anxiety
    Insomnia
    Triggered fight or flight

  Depression
  Negative thinking
  Crying spells

  Hopelessness
  Suicidal thoughts
  Ringing in the ears

    Do you feel your family and friends don’t understand?
    Are you growing more isolated?
    Do you feel like life will never be the same?
    Are you refraining from activities that you enjoy?
    Are you fearful of losing your job?
    Do you find that your thoughts tend to be negative?

If you answered yes to 3 or more of these questions or symptoms, then we can help.
You may be a candidate for Tinnitus Cognitive Retraining Therapy, or TCRT.  Stephen Geller Katz, LCSW-R, with over 20 years of clinical experience, a New York University graduate, developed Tinnitus Cognitive Retraining Therapy and founded Tinnitus Cognitive Center in response to the growing number of Tinnitus sufferers coming to his private practice. He discovered that by helping people to retrain and reinterpret the thoughts around their Tinnitus, anxiety and depression symptoms began to improve. But even more important so did the Tinnitus.

Call us at (646) 213-2321 for a FREE consultation.


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Monthly Archives: September 2014

What is Tinnitus?

When people hear the word Tinnitus, they may think it is something horrible, contagious, or transmittable. However, Tinnitus is defined as the perception of sound in one or both ears or in the head, when there is no discernable external cause. The sound can be everything from ringing to hissing, buzzing, chirping, clicking or even roaring. It can be a single tone or multiple tones, too.

The volume can also change from very quiet to so loud you cannot hear anything else over it. There is no cure for this disorder, but there are a variety of treatment options. It is a common problem that approximately 15% of Americans deal with each and every day.

What is TinnitusCauses of tinnitus:

The first thing to remember is that Tinnitus is not a cause. It is a symptom that is caused by a variety of different things. These can run from experiencing a loud sound close to the ear that leaves a residual ringing, to the vibration of a muscle in the middle ear as it spasms. Many Tinnitus sufferers can link their symptoms to working in loud environments such as with planes, in basements with loud machines, or machine-based industries.

Symptoms of tinnitus:

Symptoms vary depending on the degree and severity of the condition you are experiencing.  If you are experiencing a severe case of Tinnitus, you may be unable to hear well over the roaring, ringing, hissing, or buzzing sound. Alternatively, you could just find it mildly annoying in less severe cases. It can also cause disturbances in sleep patterns and overall concentration.

It can cause irritation, which can lead to mood swings and depression. Depression can be a common symptom due to the lack of sleep and frustration that comes with the persistent noise.

Treatments

There are treatment options available from alternative medicine, to over-the-counter and prescription drugs. There are also options that include sound, cognitive, and retraining therapy, hearing aids, implants, biofeedback and magnets. While there is no cure and there is no set Tinnitus treatment regime, treatments are flexible. Each person is different so it is important to find a treatment that works best for you.

If you think you might be experiencing Tinnitus, schedule an appoint with top providers of ringing ear treatment in NYC by contacting us.Cognitive Retraining Therapy

Ringing Ears Treatment Doctor

Ringing Ears: it doesn’t sound as difficult as other health issues, but for many people it can be a difficult condition to manage. If you have experienced it, even temporarily, then you know the feeling. The constant noise just does not go away. It can be a soft or a loud noise. It could be a mild irritation or one that keeps you up at night.

Ringing Ears Treatment Doctor

There are numerous conditions that can cause it; numerous secondary symptoms and there is currently no cure. Even though Tinnitus is experienced by as many as 15% of the total population in the USA, there are only a small number of severe cases, and most people do not seek treatment. In fact, in some cases, they may not even know they are experiencing Tinnitus because the noise is just loud enough to be bothersome, but not so much as to be highly noticeable.

Ringing Ears Treatment DoctorA good Ringing Ears treatment doctor can help you discover how much of your life is being affected by this condition and how much better your life can be when you manage the effects accordingly.

Symptoms

Symptoms of Tinnitus are more than just ringing or buzzing sounds in your ear. It can cause irritability, annoyance, trouble concentrating, and Ringing Ears Treatment Doctoreven depression. Difficulty sleeping is also a common symptom. This is in addition to the sound constantly playing in your ears.

Treatment Options

There are numerous treatment options including medication, behavioral and retraining therapy options. In addition, there are alternative treatments such as herbs, magnets, acupuncture, hearing aids, biofeedback, cochlear and electrical stimulation, and sound therapy. Remember there is no cure for Tinnitus. There are only ways to reduce the symptoms that you experience once you have this condition. It is important to remember with any therapy to get the advice of a qualified medical professional; especially, alternative therapy treatments. You do not have to suffer with this condition without some form of relief.

Ringing Ears Treatment DoctorIf you need a ringing ears treatment doctor, contact us for an appointment. Our New York City based office is one of the best supplying treatments and help for tinnitus symptoms.

Monthly Archives: September 2014

What is Tinnitus?

When people hear the word Tinnitus, they may think it is something horrible, contagious, or transmittable. However, Tinnitus is defined as the perception of sound in one or both ears or in the head, when there is no discernable external cause. The sound can be everything from ringing to hissing, buzzing, chirping, clicking or even roaring. It can be a single tone or multiple tones, too.

The volume can also change from very quiet to so loud you cannot hear anything else over it. There is no cure for this disorder, but there are a variety of treatment options. It is a common problem that approximately 15% of Americans deal with each and every day.

What is TinnitusCauses of tinnitus:

The first thing to remember is that Tinnitus is not a cause. It is a symptom that is caused by a variety of different things. These can run from experiencing a loud sound close to the ear that leaves a residual ringing, to the vibration of a muscle in the middle ear as it spasms. Many Tinnitus sufferers can link their symptoms to working in loud environments such as with planes, in basements with loud machines, or machine-based industries.

Symptoms of tinnitus:

Symptoms vary depending on the degree and severity of the condition you are experiencing.  If you are experiencing a severe case of Tinnitus, you may be unable to hear well over the roaring, ringing, hissing, or buzzing sound. Alternatively, you could just find it mildly annoying in less severe cases. It can also cause disturbances in sleep patterns and overall concentration.

It can cause irritation, which can lead to mood swings and depression. Depression can be a common symptom due to the lack of sleep and frustration that comes with the persistent noise.

Treatments

There are treatment options available from alternative medicine, to over-the-counter and prescription drugs. There are also options that include sound, cognitive, and retraining therapy, hearing aids, implants, biofeedback and magnets. While there is no cure and there is no set Tinnitus treatment regime, treatments are flexible. Each person is different so it is important to find a treatment that works best for you.

If you think you might be experiencing Tinnitus, schedule an appoint with top providers of ringing ear treatment in NYC by contacting us.Cognitive Retraining Therapy

Ringing Ears Treatment Doctor

Ringing Ears: it doesn’t sound as difficult as other health issues, but for many people it can be a difficult condition to manage. If you have experienced it, even temporarily, then you know the feeling. The constant noise just does not go away. It can be a soft or a loud noise. It could be a mild irritation or one that keeps you up at night.

Ringing Ears Treatment Doctor

There are numerous conditions that can cause it; numerous secondary symptoms and there is currently no cure. Even though Tinnitus is experienced by as many as 15% of the total population in the USA, there are only a small number of severe cases, and most people do not seek treatment. In fact, in some cases, they may not even know they are experiencing Tinnitus because the noise is just loud enough to be bothersome, but not so much as to be highly noticeable.

Ringing Ears Treatment DoctorA good Ringing Ears treatment doctor can help you discover how much of your life is being affected by this condition and how much better your life can be when you manage the effects accordingly.

Symptoms

Symptoms of Tinnitus are more than just ringing or buzzing sounds in your ear. It can cause irritability, annoyance, trouble concentrating, and Ringing Ears Treatment Doctoreven depression. Difficulty sleeping is also a common symptom. This is in addition to the sound constantly playing in your ears.

Treatment Options

There are numerous treatment options including medication, behavioral and retraining therapy options. In addition, there are alternative treatments such as herbs, magnets, acupuncture, hearing aids, biofeedback, cochlear and electrical stimulation, and sound therapy. Remember there is no cure for Tinnitus. There are only ways to reduce the symptoms that you experience once you have this condition. It is important to remember with any therapy to get the advice of a qualified medical professional; especially, alternative therapy treatments. You do not have to suffer with this condition without some form of relief.

Ringing Ears Treatment DoctorIf you need a ringing ears treatment doctor, contact us for an appointment. Our New York City based office is one of the best supplying treatments and help for tinnitus symptoms.

Tinnitus Cognitive Center

Stephen Geller Katz, LCSW-R
19 West 34th Street
Penthouse Floor
New York, NY 10001


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646-213-2321