tinnitus retraining therapy


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tinnitus retraining therapy (TRT),

a psychological method changing the patient's attitude and evaluation of tinnitus through counseling and the use of sound based on a neurophysiologic concept of tinnitus.
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Guide to conducting tinnitus retraining therapy initial and follow-up interviews.
Acceptance and commitment therapy versus tinnitus retraining therapy in the treatment of tinnitus: A randomised controlled trial.
A critical analysis of directive counselling as a component of tinnitus retraining therapy.
Effect of tinnitus retraining therapy on the loudness and annoyance of tinnitus: a controlled trial.
For example, in 2005, Henry et al found that only 19% of patients who were provided with tinnitus masking and 29% of those who underwent tinnitus retraining therapy reported clinically significant improvement after 6 months; by 12 months, the corresponding figures were 30 and 55%.
3 dB at 12 months, Neuromonics therapy as assessed in the present study compares favorably with tinnitus retraining therapy reported by others.
Tinnitus retraining therapy and masking: How do they compare?
Outcomes of clinical trial: Tinnitus masking versus tinnitus retraining therapy.
The specific education provided in the group meetings was an adaptation and expansion of the educational counseling protocol for tinnitus retraining therapy (TRT) [13].
Clinical trial to compare tinnitus masking and tinnitus retraining therapy.
Counselling and tinnitus retraining therapy (TRT) : Researchers believe the brain''s response to internal noises exacerbates the problem and sufferers can retrain the brain to ignore the sound.
html, a site focusing on Tinnitus Retraining Therapy by Dr Jonathan Hazell, a world-renowned expert on the condition who has close links with the Royal National Institute For Deaf People (RNID) on www.