Tinnitus is defined as the perception of a sound when there is no external sound present and it will affect approximately 30% of Canadians at some point in their lifetime. It is important to know that although tinnitus is not directly curable, it is manageable. The first step is recognizing the problem and the second is seeking professional help. We have two certified specialists that have completed the Tinnitus Provider Certificate program holding a certificate from the International Hearing Society.
Do You Hear Sounds in One or Both Ears When None Are Present? You May Have Tinnitus.
The sounds heard by someone suffering from tinnitus can vary from the most common “ringing in the ears” to being described as:
We Are Tinnitus Care Specialists
Candice Holden (BC-HIS) with 11 years of experience, also holds a Tinnitus Care Provider Certificate from the International Hearing Society. Candice’s tinnitus training focused on tinnitus patient care involving physiology, psychology, measurement, and management of tinnitus.
“When dealing with tinnitus you are not only dealing with the ringing in a person’s ears but also the emotional burden that an individual carries as a result of the tinnitus and the effect on their day to day life.”
Kerry is a graduate from the Hearing Instrument program at Grant MacEwan University, and is a board certified hearing instrument specialist. Kerry, like her sister Candice, also has also completed her Tinnitus Provider Certificate program (holding a certificate from the International Hearing Society) and now is certified to compliment her years of practical knowledge in the successful treatment of tinnitus.
End The Suffering - Tinnitus Is Manageable!
A range of management options are available to relieve the suffering associated with tinnitus. The next step is to get assessed. To book an appointment, you may fill the form below or call us at (204) 788-1083.
We are open Monday to Friday between 9:00 A.M. and 4:30 P.M. or Saturday between 10:00 A.M. and 2:00 P.M.