Manage your Tinnitus and enjoy life again!

February 6, 2019 by Shire Hearing Centres
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10 to 15 percent of the population experience Tinnitus, yet only 3% of Tinnitus Sufferers seek treatment. Did you know 80% of Tinnitus Sufferers experience Hearing Loss? 

We’re looking for people who suffer from Tinnitus to try a new digital hearing aid with speech enhancement and wireless TV and Phone connection.

Phonak Audeo Hearing Aid. Phonak Life is on.FREE HEARING AID TRIAL UP TO 30 DAYS*

As part of the hearing aid trial you will receive a FREE Hearing Screen Test**. This will determine if you have a hearing loss and if you are eligible for the trial program. If you qualify, you will receive a pair of the latest technology in hearing devices to evaluate during your appointment.

For a limited time only. LIMITED SPACES available. Call Shire Hearing Centres today on 9544 4466 or 9520 4774 to secure your spot! Or fill in your details below.

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Treating Tinnitus

Tinnitus is the perception of sounds or noise within the ears with no external sound source.These sounds are often described as ringing, humming or buzzing noises and they can be constant or periodic.

What can cause Tinnitus?

Tinnitus or ‘ringing in the ears’, is the sensation of sound when no other sound is present. It is subjective and affects individuals very differently. For some people, it is a minor annoyance that does not require help or treatment.

For others, it can have an enormous influence on the quality of their life, for example: Long-term sleep disruption; Anxiety and depression, Inability to concentrate; Changes in cognitive ability; Stress disorder.

For the majority of tinnitus patients sound therapy offers significant relief from the negative impacts of tinnitus. Sound therapy can consist of a combination of environmental sounds, music, broadband sounds or amplified sounds (i.e. hearing aid amplification). Tinnitus management is most effective when sound therapy is combined with counselling.

If you are affected by Tinnitus, your first step is to undergo a professional evaluation. Contact Shire Hearing Centres on 9544 4466 or 9520 4774 and arrange your FREE NO OBLIGATION HEARING TEST.

*30 day trials are available. ** Terms & Conditions apply.*** Free adjustment, clean and service of your existing hearing aids valued at $95.

Privacy Notice: Here at Shire Hearing Centres we take your privacy seriously and will only use your personal information to administer your account and to provide the products and services you have requested from us.

At Shire Hearing Centres we pride ourselves on our friendly and professional service. We are a family owned, independent business and have lived in the Shire for almost 50 years. We are committed to making sure that you get a great service so we choose the best from all the major hearing aid companies. With a great selection of products for you to choose from we are sure we can offer you the right solution for your hearing needs.

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