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FAQs about Tinnitus

Tinnitus Do you suffer from tinnitus? Your Attleboro chiropractor, Dr. Jason N. Miller, could help.

While tinnitus can happen to just about anyone and is often no more than a minor annoyance, there are about 10 million tinnitus sufferers that cannot ignore their issues and require help. Your Attleboro chiropractor answers some of the most popular questions regarding this disorder and what can be done to treat it.

Q. What is tinnitus?

A. This condition causes a sound produced by the ears or the head when no external sound is present. The sound may be a ringing, hissing or whistling. The believed sound is created either by the ear or the brain.

Q. How common is tinnitus?

A. It is believed that about 1 in every 5 people will experience tinnitus of varying intensities at some point in their lives.

Q. What causes tinnitus?

A. There are a variety of different factors and health conditions that could predispose someone to developing tinnitus in Attleboro. Some of these causes include dental issues, high-frequency hearing loss, dangerous noise exposure, diabetes, thyroid disorders, sinus infections, head injury or jaw muscle problems.

Q. What are my treatment options?

A. There are a variety of different treatment options available to you to treat your tinnitus in Attleboro, from drug treatments to sound therapies to even dental treatments. Sound therapies include options like amplification or Tinnitus Retraining Therapy (TRT). However, you might be surprised to hear that your Attleboro chiropractor can also help.

Q. How can my Attleboro chiropractor treat my tinnitus?

A. Tinnitus can also be brought about by any injury in the cervical spine. However, tinnitus is just a symptom of this misalignment and has nothing to do with your hearing. Since tinnitus can often stem from back or spine problems, that’s where we come in.

Research has found that by repositioning the neck at the base of the head to realign it properly, we can actually reduce or stop ringing in the ears. Many patients start to notice a reduction in their symptoms after several adjustments, and we can help to make living with tinnitus more manageable.

Are you experiencing tinnitus after a neck or spinal injury? If so, then it’s time to see if your Attleboro chiropractor can help. Schedule an appointment today with Dr. Jason Miller at Miller Chiropractic Health Center.

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