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Due to COVID-19, the Hearing & Balance Doctors offices are closed until March 29th. We are seeing patients on an essential or urgent basis only. If you have an essential or urgent need, please call our office at (435) 688-8991 and leave a message. Click for Update Utah: 435-688-8991 | Nevada: 702-896-0031

12 Things That Cause Tinnitus Flare-Up

An essential part of tinnitus treatment and management is knowing what causes your tinnitus to flare-up. By understanding what your tinnitus triggers are, you can better predict and prevent future tinnitus flare-ups. To help manage your tinnitus more effectively, below are twelve of the main causes for tinnitus flare-ups that our doctors of audiology counsel […]

Advice From Your Audiologist: Things to Avoid That Worsen Tinnitus

Tinnitus can be an incredibly frustrating condition. For one thing, no one but you can perceive the sound of your tinnitus—whether it be ringing in the ear, buzzing, roaring, or other sounds. Also, there can be many things that can trigger a tinnitus flare-up or worsen your already-present tinnitus. So, if you are looking to […]

Tinnitus From Ototoxicity: Complete List of Medications Linked to Ringing in Ears

While one of the most common tinnitus triggers is loud noises, not everyone realizes that the medication they are taking can cause ringing in the ears. That is because some medications are ototoxic. If a medication is ototoxic, that means that the medicine is known to cause hearing loss. This hearing impairment can be temporary […]

Can Diabetes Cause Tinnitus?

Over 29 million people in the U.S. have some degree of tinnitus, which is often described as a ringing in the ears or other static sounds such as buzzing, clicking, and more. It is not clear what causes tinnitus, however, some evidence points to diabetes being a trigger for the ringing in your ears. Potential […]

Ask the Audiologist: Will Ear Ringing Go Away?

Most people have heard phantom ringing in their ears or other irritating sounds like buzzing, static, hissing, and other monotone sounds that only they can hear. These phantom sounds often go away on their own. However, they can become a serious issue when the constant ear ringing doesn’t go away. If you have been struggling […]

What Your Audiologist Wants You To Know About Tinnitus Treatment

For those suffering from tinnitus, it can feel like there is no tinnitus treatment, which is why it is so important to work with experienced doctors of audiology. With the greater training and education that doctors of audiology receive, you can finally get the answers you were looking for regarding your tinnitus and available treatment. […]

Can Hearing Aids Help Tinnitus?

For those who are struggling with tinnitus, it can be discouraging to try to find an answer, especially when many medical professionals simply tell you to learn to live with it. But learning to live with tinnitus is far easier said than done, and the stress that tinnitus can put you under can make your […]