Using validated sound-therapy techniques applied to dynamic tinnitus tracking, iTinnitus Solutions can improve the degree of perceived tinnitus. It helps users pinpoint the frequencies of their tinnitus. Once done, the frequencies can be tracked on a graph and emailed to a specialist or insurance company. The program also uses that dynamic information to guide users on how to mask and even inhibit the irritating noise they experience so they can find periods of quiet relief.
As a tinnitus sufferer himself, Dr. Robin LeBlanc created iTinnitus Solutions to help the many people who seek help for the affliction. The doctor has put the sound-therapy package into a private application that users can take advantage of anytime from their iPhone or iPod touch. Of course, the application is not recommended as a substitute for a physical exam to rule out medical causes of tinnitus, nor should it be considered a proper hearing exam.
The software uses a validated treatment protocol to help improve the quality of life for those who suffer from tinnitus. As long as a patient’s doctor has ruled out or treated any medical causes, a motivated sufferer can use the application to affect improvement. The Inner Ear website has a page that people can use to grade the level of their tinnitus to find their starting point for comparison over the long term.
iTinnitus Solutions 1.1 is $4.99 and available exclusively through the App Store in the Healthcare & Fitness category.