You’re Invited! Tinnitus 360 – Total Care Webinar on March 26

If you, or someone you love, is living with chronic tinnitus, we have a special webinar for you.

Tinnitus impacts approximately 50 million people in the United States. Despite most patients being told, “There is nothing we can do,” or “You’ll have to learn to live with it,” there are a number of scientifically supported techniques and technologies that can help you live your best life.

Tinnitus 360 – Total Care Webinar

New York Hearing Doctors|TinnitusCare invites you to join us on March 26, 2024 at 4:30 PM EST for an educational webinar exploring a 360-degree approach to improving the lives of patients affected by tinnitus. 

In partnership with Audiology Associates of Westchester, we will be presenting ‘Tinnitus 360 – Total Care.’ The webinar will provide patients and their loved ones with a comprehensive view on tinnitus and the current strategies & tools available to help treat the condition, including the FDA-approved Lenire device.

The presenters for the webinar include

  • Craig Kasper, AuD (tinnitus specialist) – NYHD | TinnitusCare
  • Jennifer Ratner, AuD (hearing specialist) – Audiology Associates of Westchester
  • Sandy Kellogg, LCSW (mental health specialist)


Click the link here to join on March 26: Tinnitus 360 Total Care: A Comprehensive Approach To Managing Tinnitus

What is Tinnitus?

Tinnitus is a hearing condition where you perceive sound in your ears or head when there’s no external sound causing it. It’s often heard as either ringing or buzzing, and the pitch or volume of the sound can range from person to person. It is not always a constant issue either. The sound can come and go in different environments or during different times of day.

What Causes Tinnitus?

There are quite a few different causes of tinnitus. If it’s due to a medical condition like TMJ, hearing loss, a nervous system disorder, a head injury, or an inner ear disorder, treating the underlying condition can often cause the ringing or buzzing symptoms to go away entirely. 

Unfortunately, if it’s simply tinnitus on its own, there is no cure. But that doesn’t mean you’re out of luck. There are a number of treatment options available to make your symptoms much more manageable. We’ll be discussing many of those options in the webinar.

Who Does Tinnitus Affect?

Because tinnitus is often caused by an underlying condition like a concussion, head injury, TMJ, or even long-term exposure to loud noises, it can affect just about everyone. From older adults to children, tinnitus can be an issue no matter what your age.

Schedule A Consultation

Now that you know about our special webinar coming up and a little more about tinnitus, take the next step and schedule a consultation with us at New York Hearing Doctors|TinnitusCare today! We can ensure you no longer have to struggle with ringing in your ears. Call one of our New York offices at 212-784-6125 or fill out our online contact form.