There are many incredible new methods to treat tinnitus, but Lenire has proven itself to stand above the rest when it comes to offering different, noninvasive forms of brain retraining and electrical stimulation to help treat tinnitus symptoms.

Tinnitus Research Initiative Conference

06/27/2024 | News, Tinnitus

This past June I had the honor of attending the Tinnitus Research Initiative Conference in Vancouver, Canada, to share my discoveries about multi-modal tinnitus treatment. Alongside me, speakers Sven Vanneste, Craig Kasper, Stefan Schoisswohl, and Milena Engelke presented our real-world evidence from the past 12 months of various tinnitus treatments.  

My own research involved Lenire, the latest revolutionary tinnitus treatment method. I’m one of the first 15 providers in the US qualified to offer Lenire—I wanted to see how, over an extended period of time, it could change someone’s life. 

There are many incredible new methods to treat tinnitus, but Lenire has proven itself to stand above the rest when it comes to offering different, noninvasive forms of brain retraining and electrical stimulation to help treat tinnitus symptoms. 

A Hybrid Approach to Tinnitus Care: Utilizing Bimodal Neuromodulation 

Lenire utilizes both sound therapy and electrical stimulation to redirect your brain’s attention from the ringing, buzzing, or roaring noise, so you focus less on your tinnitus and more on your life. 

My research at the conference examined how Lenire helped people after 12 months of continuous usage, and the benefits attached to the dual stimulation on the patients’ ears and brains. 

With a combination of high-quality headphones that transmit customized sound therapy noises, the TongueTip that gently stimulates the tongue, and the controller to help regulate both forms of stimulus, Lenire is the first device of its kind to receive FDA approval for tinnitus treatment. 

By utilizing bimodal neuromodulation, we can see real results for those suffering from tinnitus symptoms and allow them to take control of their lives, without the constant noise. 

How Alaska Hearing and Tinnitus Center Can Help 

If you’re reading this and you have been dealing with tinnitus symptoms of your own, please don’t hesitate to reach out and see if Lenire could be the right fit for you. 

Whether you live in Alaska or not, I’m happy to jump on a Tele Audiology call with you to find out if Lenire could be a good fit for what you and your unique ears need most. 

Please feel free to request a callback and we’ll get in touch with more information and next steps. Alternatively, you can call our clinic at (907) 522-4357. 

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Dr. Emily E McMahan

Dr. McMahan attended the University of Cincinnati where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2009. She furthered her professional education by obtaining her Doctorate of Audiology from Salus University in Philadelphia in 2013. She completed her residency in Anchorage and has been applying her expertise to her patients in the Pacific Northwest for several years. Whether you need hearing testing, hearing aids, or assistance with managing tinnitus in your daily lives, Dr. McMahan is qualified to assist you!

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