Focus Hearing offers the Complete Tinnitus Package from Oticon
It is estimated that 80% of those with tinnitus also have a hearing loss. Therefore, amplification is an effective first step in improving their tinnitus. When we can enrich the person’s sound environment with the sounds they have been missing (due to their hearing loss) such as speech and ambient background sounds, the awareness of the tinnitus is significantly reduced. The tinnitus essentially moves into the background. However, there is also often the need to provide additional stimulus during periods of quiet (when most people notice their tinnitus the most), and that is where Oticon’s tinnitus solutions can really help. Oticon has released a complete tinnitus package which includes: [column size=”2-3″]
- A choice of hearing aids from Premium to Essential technology: Alta2 Pro Ti, Nera2 Pro Ti and Ria2 Pro Ti
- Each device includes Oticon’s Tinnitus SoundSupport which has set a new standard for sound generators
- Support materials to help guide you through the treatment [/column]
[column size=”1-3″ last=”1″][spacer size=”15″][button link=”http://focushearing.com.au/hearing-aid-pricing/oticon-hearing-aids-and-pricing/” color=”#284b80″ size=”4″ dark=”0″ square=”0″ target=”self”] Device Comparison [/button][/column] The Oticon Tinnitus SoundSupport which is available in all of Oticon’s Ti hearing aids, offers not only customisable broad band signals to help reduce the awareness of the tinnitus, but it is also the first sound generator instrument to include built-in ocean sounds. In a recent study of 88 audiologists, ‘Ocean Sounds’ were the most preferred sound for their tinnitus patients when compared to conventional broad band stimuli.
Oticon Tinnitus Sound App
In addition to the in-built sounds, Oticon also offers additional relief sounds via the Oticon Tinnitus Sound App. [column size=”1-3″] [/column] [column size=”2-3″ last=”1″] The sounds accessed via the app, allows the patient to play a more active role in the treatment. The app also allows the patient add sounds from their own music library that they find beneficial to their tinnitus. The app relief sounds can be streamed wirelessly into the Alta2 Pro Ti, Nera2 Pro Ti and Ria2 Pro Ti hearing instruments via the Streamer Pro. The app is free to download via the App Store.[/column]