Exposure to sudden, loud music or explosive noises can cause tinnitus, a nerve disorder that involves a consistent ringing sound in a person''s ears. At its worse, tinnitus can lead to deafness. Tinnitus affects one in 10 people, and can range from...
Q&A Tinnitus and syringing
Finally, there was the gentleman last time who happened to mention, in passing, that he had tinnitus.
Q I am debating whether to have a vaginal hysterectomy for prolapse, which is affecting my bladder and leading to frequent urination. There are no other medical problems.
We start off this week with a query from a tinnitus sufferer, whose whistling in her ears intensifies as her arthritic neck pain worsens. Can anyone help her? According to one reader, neck spondylosis (arthritis) and tinnitus seem to go hand in hand...
AS THEY TAKETH AWAY, I: It's official - Ginkgo may help tinnitus
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Tinnitus (Ringing in the Ears)
Imagine hearing a ringing noise in your ears or head that doesn't go away. This maddening noise, called
One of the greatest pieces of physiological research in the twentieth century was undertaken by William Garner Sutherland D.O. He was one of the early graduates of the original American School of Osteopathy at Kirksville, Missouri in 1900.
Osteopathy in Practice ;Most patients consulting osteopathic practitioners will