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Improve Hearing

Increase your visual acuity! See what you've been missing!

  • 30 minutes
  • 45 US dollars
  • 18th Street

Service Description

Many people suffer from hearing and ear related deficiencies. Tinnitus is ringing in the ears or rushing , clicking, buzzing. Essentially, any sound in the ears that can only be heard by the person internally. The primary treatment which has been most effective for so many tinnitus sufferers is Sound Therapy. By simply listening to the Sound Therapy program, thousands of patients over 27 years have experienced relief from their tinnitus symptoms and improvement to their hearing loss. Hearing loss and Tinnitus is generally caused by progressive damage to the tiny muscles of the inner ear through many years of life, stress or accidents. Our Sound Therapy program has seen extremely beneficial results in the quality of hearing for hearing loss and tinnitus sufferers. Some of our customers have suffered Tinnitus or Hearing loss for 30, 40 or even 60 years before finding success from our Sound Therapy program! What happens when you listen to Sound Therapy, is that your ear and your whole auditory pathway up to the brain is gradually being rehabilitated by sound and vibration. With regular listening, the muscles in the ear and auditory pathways to the brain start to respond differently as they repair. We have two tiny muscles in the inner ear, the hammer and the stirrup muscles. These two muscles play an important role in focusing and helping the ear to adjust to sound. Damage to these inner ear muscles occurs in almost everyone through many years of life, stress or accidents. The result is that these ear muscles lose tonality. The Sound Therapy process fine tunes these inner ear muscles by exposing them to specially formulated high-frequency sounds. Sound Therapy is in effect exercising and re-toning the muscles of the inner ear. So we say “it’s like taking your ears to the gym!” Renew your hearing from the inside out!

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