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… Continue Reading

Is Tinnitus a Symptom of Hearing Loss?

A question often asked is whether tinnitus a symptom of hearing loss?  While most commonly linked to hearing loss, tinnitus is not always directly related to hearing loss. Whether or not the condition results in hearing loss, it is currently incurable.  Clinics such as the tinnitus Cognitive Center can help you deal with the side effects.… Continue Reading

What is Audio Therapy for Tinnitus

Audio therapy for tinnitus uses real noise to treat your perception and reaction to Tinnitus. Stephen Geller Katz, LCSW-R uses sound therapy in his Tinnitus Cognitive Retraining Therapy to help patient’s deal with the pain, frustration, and anxiety of Tinnitus at the Tinnitus Cognitive Center. What is audio therapy for Tinnitus? Audio therapy is a… Continue Reading

Ringing in the Ears?

Ringing in the ears can border on painful. Victims of tinnitus experience a wide range of symptoms capable of jeopardizing hearing, employment, and even relationships. The tinnitus Cognitive Center can identify tinnitus and developed a therapy to help you control the effects of the condition. What are the symptoms of Tinnitus? Tinnitus is an audial… Continue Reading

The History of Identifying and Treating Tinnitus

The history of identifying and treating tinnitus goes as far back as ancient Rome and Greece. While some methods of the ancients were effective, more modern science led to treatments such as Tinnitus Cognitive Retraining Therapy developed at the Tinnitus Cognitive Center by Stephen Geller Katz, LCSW-R. Did the Romans and Greeks know about Tinnitus?… Continue Reading

What is Cognitive Retraining Therapy

Tinnitus is uncurable but cognitive retraining therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy can help. Stephen Geller Katz has 20 years of clinical experience, creating the Tinnitus Cognitive Retraining Therapy and the Tinnitus Cognitive Center to combat the growing number of people suffering from this condition. How does Tinnitus impact emotional health? Fifty percent of Tinnitus sufferers… Continue Reading

Types of Tinnitus

There are multiple different types of tinnitus. The Tinnitus Cognitive Center can help you discern a course of action for whichever form of tinnitus you are suffering. Are there different types of tinnitus? Tinnitus comes in different forms. Some of these types are related to how the body affects your symptoms. Pulsatile tinnitus is related… Continue Reading

Ginkgo for Tinnitus and why it doesn’t always work

Is taking ginko for tinnitus effective? Ginkgo is a deciduous Chinese tree related to the conifers, with fan-shaped leaves and yellow flowers. It has several primitive features and is like some Jurassic fossils. This tree is very controversial when it comes to tinnitus. Some people claim that ginkgo has cured them of tinnitus completely and… Continue Reading

Coping with Tinnitus

To live a fulfilling life, coping with tinnitus is necessary. Tinnitus can be very distressing if one does not know how to cope with it. There are a few things that studies have proven help patients cope with tinnitus from CBT to Masking devices. CBT is very helpful because it helps to retrain the way… Continue Reading

Tinnitus in Children

Tinnitus in Children Tinnitus in children can be a very daunting subject for parents. A few studies have examined the occurrence of tinnitus in children. Among children with hearing difficulties, tinnitus affects as many as 24 to 29 percent. Tinnitus may be caused by ear infections, noise exposure, and head injuries. It can be very… Continue Reading

Is Tinnitus a Symptom of Hearing Loss?

A question often asked is whether tinnitus a symptom of hearing loss?  While most commonly linked to hearing loss, tinnitus is not always directly related to hearing loss. Whether or not the condition results in hearing loss, it is currently incurable.  Clinics such as the tinnitus Cognitive Center can help you deal with the side effects.… Continue Reading

What is Audio Therapy for Tinnitus

Audio therapy for tinnitus uses real noise to treat your perception and reaction to Tinnitus. Stephen Geller Katz, LCSW-R uses sound therapy in his Tinnitus Cognitive Retraining Therapy to help patient’s deal with the pain, frustration, and anxiety of Tinnitus at the Tinnitus Cognitive Center. What is audio therapy for Tinnitus? Audio therapy is a… Continue Reading

Ringing in the Ears?

Ringing in the ears can border on painful. Victims of tinnitus experience a wide range of symptoms capable of jeopardizing hearing, employment, and even relationships. The tinnitus Cognitive Center can identify tinnitus and developed a therapy to help you control the effects of the condition. What are the symptoms of Tinnitus? Tinnitus is an audial… Continue Reading

The History of Identifying and Treating Tinnitus

The history of identifying and treating tinnitus goes as far back as ancient Rome and Greece. While some methods of the ancients were effective, more modern science led to treatments such as Tinnitus Cognitive Retraining Therapy developed at the Tinnitus Cognitive Center by Stephen Geller Katz, LCSW-R. Did the Romans and Greeks know about Tinnitus?… Continue Reading

What is Cognitive Retraining Therapy

Tinnitus is uncurable but cognitive retraining therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy can help. Stephen Geller Katz has 20 years of clinical experience, creating the Tinnitus Cognitive Retraining Therapy and the Tinnitus Cognitive Center to combat the growing number of people suffering from this condition. How does Tinnitus impact emotional health? Fifty percent of Tinnitus sufferers… Continue Reading

Types of Tinnitus

There are multiple different types of tinnitus. The Tinnitus Cognitive Center can help you discern a course of action for whichever form of tinnitus you are suffering. Are there different types of tinnitus? Tinnitus comes in different forms. Some of these types are related to how the body affects your symptoms. Pulsatile tinnitus is related… Continue Reading

Ginkgo for Tinnitus and why it doesn’t always work

Is taking ginko for tinnitus effective? Ginkgo is a deciduous Chinese tree related to the conifers, with fan-shaped leaves and yellow flowers. It has several primitive features and is like some Jurassic fossils. This tree is very controversial when it comes to tinnitus. Some people claim that ginkgo has cured them of tinnitus completely and… Continue Reading

Coping with Tinnitus

To live a fulfilling life, coping with tinnitus is necessary. Tinnitus can be very distressing if one does not know how to cope with it. There are a few things that studies have proven help patients cope with tinnitus from CBT to Masking devices. CBT is very helpful because it helps to retrain the way… Continue Reading

Tinnitus in Children

Tinnitus in Children Tinnitus in children can be a very daunting subject for parents. A few studies have examined the occurrence of tinnitus in children. Among children with hearing difficulties, tinnitus affects as many as 24 to 29 percent. Tinnitus may be caused by ear infections, noise exposure, and head injuries. It can be very… Continue Reading

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