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: January 2017

Using Alternative Treatments for Tinnitus Treatment

Using Alternative Treatments for Tinnitus TreatmentTinnitus may be the type of condition that warrants medical help. Tinnitus, which is also known as a ringing in the ears, is not an uncommon condition. In some people, it becomes severe enough that it interferes with day to day life. When that happens, it can be time to turn to a trusted professional to learn more about the potential treatment options available to you. When you call our LCSW-R in New York City, you’ll learn more about tinnitus and what can be done about it. One of the ways that we can help you is by providing you with a range of treatments.

What Are Alternative Treatment Options?

The most common traditional medical treatments for tinnitus include the use of sound therapy and medications. However, many people are looking for a more holistic treatment plan and one that will provide better results for their needs. This is when you may want to consider alternative treatments. It is important to know that none of these treatments are going to cure the condition. And, some people may not see improvement from tinnitus from the use of them. Success depends on the underlying cause as well as the overall needs of the patient.

Nevertheless, there may be some help available to people who want to pursue alternative treatments for tinnitus. Some of those may include:

    • Acupuncture – This treatment focuses on improving the flow of energy through the body and is based off of Ancient Chinese methoUsing Alternative Treatments for Tinnitus Treatmentds. Many people find it can be beneficial to improving overall quality of life.
    • Hypnosis – Since tinnitus can often result from the brain’s belief that sounds are present even when they are not, hypnosis may be a treatment option for some people.
    • Supplements – There is some evidence that nutritional deficiencies can cause this condition. Some people may see the benefit of using these as a treatment as well. Some recommendations include B Vitamins, Zinc, and Ginkgo biloba. Speak to your doctor about these supplement options before you take them.

Using Alternative Treatments for Tinnitus TreatmentAlternative treatments for tinnitus can be helpful. However, your first step in treating this condition should be to seek out the help from a trusted LCSW-R in New York City. Let our team get a better understanding of what is causing your symptoms and what can be done about them. You may find that treatment for tinnitus is possible at restoring your quality of life.

 

Call today for a free 15min phone consultation 646-213-2321

Changing Medications: Treating Your Tinnitus

Changing Medications Treating Your TinnitusAlthough many people experience tinnitus for unknown reasons, for some people it is possible to learn the underlying cause. For some, it is related to the type of medication a person is taking. It’s always important to seek out medical care for any type of tinnitus, and to do so before changing any of the medications you may be on.

It is best to always talk to your primary care doctor or the doctor that is prescribing your medications about the symptoms you develop especially if they become severe. You can also talk to your LCSW-R in New York City about tinnitus and treatment options for it.

What Types of Medications Can Cause Tinnitus?

Many types of medications are known to cause tinnitus in some people. It does not occur in all people who take these medications. And, the severity of tinnitus will change from one person to the next. Below are some of the most common medications that are known to cause tinnitus:

    • Pain medications including over the counter aspirin and ibuprofen. Some people report the condition when taking naproxen.Changing Medications Treating Your Tinnitus
    • Some types of antidepressants can cause tinnitus.
    • Some blood pressure medications and related heart medications can cause tinnitus.
    • Some types of cancer drugs can also cause tinnitus.

These medications are often necessary for your care. You should not stop taking them if you develop tinnitus. That’s because tinnitus is generally not a condition that is concerning and it does not cause additional symptoms or complications in most people. However, it can be the sign of an underlying vessel concern or other related ear condition that may need further care.

What To Do If Tinnitus Becomes Overwhelming

Changing Medications Treating Your TinnitusIf you’ve started taking a medication and that medication is causing you to have tinnitus on a consistent basis or even chronically, you can do something about it. You should talk to your LCSW-R in New York City to learn more about the condition and underlying cause. You can talk to your prescribing doctor about it as well. If the condition is too much to just live with, you may be able to switch to another version of the medication you are taking and that can help to reduce the symptoms.

Call today for a free 15min phone consultation 646-213-2321

Monthly Archives: January 2017

Using Alternative Treatments for Tinnitus Treatment

Using Alternative Treatments for Tinnitus TreatmentTinnitus may be the type of condition that warrants medical help. Tinnitus, which is also known as a ringing in the ears, is not an uncommon condition. In some people, it becomes severe enough that it interferes with day to day life. When that happens, it can be time to turn to a trusted professional to learn more about the potential treatment options available to you. When you call our LCSW-R in New York City, you’ll learn more about tinnitus and what can be done about it. One of the ways that we can help you is by providing you with a range of treatments.

What Are Alternative Treatment Options?

The most common traditional medical treatments for tinnitus include the use of sound therapy and medications. However, many people are looking for a more holistic treatment plan and one that will provide better results for their needs. This is when you may want to consider alternative treatments. It is important to know that none of these treatments are going to cure the condition. And, some people may not see improvement from tinnitus from the use of them. Success depends on the underlying cause as well as the overall needs of the patient.

Nevertheless, there may be some help available to people who want to pursue alternative treatments for tinnitus. Some of those may include:

    • Acupuncture – This treatment focuses on improving the flow of energy through the body and is based off of Ancient Chinese methoUsing Alternative Treatments for Tinnitus Treatmentds. Many people find it can be beneficial to improving overall quality of life.
    • Hypnosis – Since tinnitus can often result from the brain’s belief that sounds are present even when they are not, hypnosis may be a treatment option for some people.
    • Supplements – There is some evidence that nutritional deficiencies can cause this condition. Some people may see the benefit of using these as a treatment as well. Some recommendations include B Vitamins, Zinc, and Ginkgo biloba. Speak to your doctor about these supplement options before you take them.

Using Alternative Treatments for Tinnitus TreatmentAlternative treatments for tinnitus can be helpful. However, your first step in treating this condition should be to seek out the help from a trusted LCSW-R in New York City. Let our team get a better understanding of what is causing your symptoms and what can be done about them. You may find that treatment for tinnitus is possible at restoring your quality of life.

 

Call today for a free 15min phone consultation 646-213-2321

Changing Medications: Treating Your Tinnitus

Changing Medications Treating Your TinnitusAlthough many people experience tinnitus for unknown reasons, for some people it is possible to learn the underlying cause. For some, it is related to the type of medication a person is taking. It’s always important to seek out medical care for any type of tinnitus, and to do so before changing any of the medications you may be on.

It is best to always talk to your primary care doctor or the doctor that is prescribing your medications about the symptoms you develop especially if they become severe. You can also talk to your LCSW-R in New York City about tinnitus and treatment options for it.

What Types of Medications Can Cause Tinnitus?

Many types of medications are known to cause tinnitus in some people. It does not occur in all people who take these medications. And, the severity of tinnitus will change from one person to the next. Below are some of the most common medications that are known to cause tinnitus:

    • Pain medications including over the counter aspirin and ibuprofen. Some people report the condition when taking naproxen.Changing Medications Treating Your Tinnitus
    • Some types of antidepressants can cause tinnitus.
    • Some blood pressure medications and related heart medications can cause tinnitus.
    • Some types of cancer drugs can also cause tinnitus.

These medications are often necessary for your care. You should not stop taking them if you develop tinnitus. That’s because tinnitus is generally not a condition that is concerning and it does not cause additional symptoms or complications in most people. However, it can be the sign of an underlying vessel concern or other related ear condition that may need further care.

What To Do If Tinnitus Becomes Overwhelming

Changing Medications Treating Your TinnitusIf you’ve started taking a medication and that medication is causing you to have tinnitus on a consistent basis or even chronically, you can do something about it. You should talk to your LCSW-R in New York City to learn more about the condition and underlying cause. You can talk to your prescribing doctor about it as well. If the condition is too much to just live with, you may be able to switch to another version of the medication you are taking and that can help to reduce the symptoms.

Call today for a free 15min phone consultation 646-213-2321

Tinnitus Cognitive Center

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


Call today for a consultation
646-213-2321