At last, tinnitus relief for military members
Tinnitus is especially significant in the military, with more than 34 percent of returning veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan suffering from the condition. Exposure to explosions, battle sounds and other loud noises make military members very susceptible to tinnitus.
The incessant and debilitating effects of tinnitus – ringing in the ears – have crippled many battle-hardened veterans. But a treatment regimen from Neuromonics has restored a sense of normalcy to the lives of veterans who have experienced success with Neuromonics’ products and treatments.
Long-term relationship between Neuromonics and the military
- Neuromonics upgraded its Oasis product, and developed the Sanctuary and Haven with funds it received from U.S. Army Medical Research Acquisition Acts.
- Neuromonics has worked closely with the military in Australia, conducting studies on the effectiveness of the Oasis and the Neuromonics Tinnitus Treatment.
- The Oasis – as well as the company’s Sanctuary and Haven products – fits the Progressive Tinnitus Management protocol that the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and Department of Defense utilize.
Are you an active-duty or retired service member who suffers from tinnitus? Measure your tinnitus with this test.