Tinnitus Care Providers in
Willard and Tiffin, Ohio,
Certified by IHS

Ohio Hearing Professionals in Willard and Tiffin, Ohio

Educated and Qualified to Provide Tinnitus Care in Northern Ohio Areas

For trained tinnitus care providers in Tiffin and Willard, Ohio, call Ohio Professional Hearing at (419) 443-0710 or (419) 933-4327.
Two of our specialists received certification under International Hearing Society guidelines. If you live in Northern Ohio areas, and suspect that you have this condition, contact us by phone or online.

What is Tinnitus? An Explanation of A Common Condition in Older Adults

Tinnitus is a common condition in which a patient experiences ringing or other noises in one or both ears. Known symptoms of tinnitus include ringing, buzzing, roaring, clicking, hissing, or humming in either or each ear.
Others usually do not hear the noises resulting from tinnitus, as they are not caused by anything external. Tinnitus affects about 15 to 20 percent of people. In older adults, the condition manifests regularly. Often, age-related hearing loss, an ear injury, or a circulatory system issue produces tinnitus.

More Info About the Types and Causes of, and Treatments for, Tinnitus

The sounds resulting from tinnitus can vary; from a low bellow to a high screech. Tinnitus may be constant or intermittent. Most people have subjective tinnitus, or tinnitus that only the patient can hear. Sometimes, the sounds interfere with concentration or can affect a patient’s ability to hear other sounds. The specific tinnitus sounds a patient hears can help Ohio Hearing Professionals tinnitus care providers identify potential, underlying causes.

High-Pitched and Low-pitched Ringing Symptoms of Tinnitus

High-pitched ringing is the most common tinnitus sound. Possible causes include medication side effects, hearing loss, or loud noise exposure. Low-pitched ringing points to blockages in one or both ear canals, to Meniere’s disease, or to otosclerosis.

Clicking Humming, Pulsing, or Rushing Symptoms of Tinnitus

Clicking could mean that muscle contractions in and around the ear are to blame. Humming, pulsing, or rushing sounds stem from vascular conditions, like hypertension, or from post-exercise heart palpitations. Our professionals may also be able to help identify the cause of patients’ tinnitus. They take time to review patient histories and underlying conditions, as well as conduct various assessments and testing.

Ohio Hearing Professionals Identify Various Causes of Patients’ Tinnitus

Our professionals can identify the cause of patients’ tinnitus. They take time to review patient histories and underlying conditions, as well as conduct various assessments. Tests they conduct include audiological exams, testing movement capabilities, obtaining imaging, as well as drawing and examining blood.

Ohio Hearing Professionals Assists Many Patients Throughout the Region

While members of our team specialize in tinnitus care, we also supply other hearing services. Our hearing tests and online tests are meticulous and thorough. We sell hearing aids, clean and repair them, provide ear cleaning, and assist with hearing loss prevention. Everything Ohio Hearing Professionals offers is available for new and existing patients from:
  • Willard, Ohio
  • Tiffin, Ohio
  • Bellevue, Ohio
  • Norwalk, Ohio
  • Fremont, Ohio
  • Greenwich, Ohio
  • Milan, Ohio
  • Monroeville, Ohio
  • New London, Ohio
  • North Fairfield, Ohio
  • Plymouth, Ohio
  • Wakeman, Ohio
  • Fostoria, Ohio
  • Attica, Ohio
  • Bettsville, Ohio
  • Bloomville, Ohio
  • Green Springs, Ohio
  • New Riegel, Ohio
  • Republic, Ohio
  • …and Surrounding Areas.

Contact Ohio
Hearing Professionals’
audioprosthologists

for trained tinnitus care providers.