Our office is now offering SoundCure® Serenade®
for sufferers of tinnitus (ringing in the ears.)
Introducing SoundCure Serenade
Serenade is a complete, FDA cleared sound therapy solution based on acoustic research conducted by leading university researchers. Simple to use and customized to each patient, Serenade’s digital signal processing system is based on the relationship between specific tonal algorithms and their effects.
The Serenade tinnitus treatment system consists of a handheld device, earphones, and proprietary, customized treatment sounds called S-Tones. Research has suggested that these treatment sounds may address the underlying neurological cause of tinnitus.2 These key elements are combined with patient education and aftercare.
Benefits of Serenade:
- Unlike other approaches, this treatment is customized to your specific tinnitus.
- Includes 4 different sound tracks including new treatment sounds known as S-Tones, developed by leading university hearing experts.
- Device is small, portable, and easy to use, day or night.
- Includes Sleep Assist – a 60 minute, auto-off timer to help patient fall asleep.
- Independent left and right volume controls offer maximum flexibility and comfort
Did You Know?…
• 1 in 10 American adults suffer from tinnitus (ringing in the ears)1
• Many tinnitus sufferers are not offered treatment but are told to “just live with it”
• We now offer a new sound therapy solution that may bring you relief.
Tinnitus is a condition in which a person perceives sound that is not actually present in the environment. It is often described as “ringing in the ears” but can include virtually any type of sound including whooshing, hissing, or whistling. There are many possible causes for tinnitus but most cases are related to damage to the auditory system.
After a tinnitus evaluation, the Serenade device is programmed to play the sounds most likely to be effective for that individual. This approach may be used to seek immediate relief, and potential long term benefit when used as part of an ongoing tinnitus treatment program.
New treatment approaches are successfully providing relief for many. Our office is dedicated to staying abreast of new technological developments, and sharing them with our community.
1. American Tinnitus Association: http://www.ata.org