Over one quarter of people report that hearing aids alone provide some measure of tinnitus relief. Shekhawat and colleagues propose that mild adjustments to a hearing aids frequency response may increase likelihood of tinnitus relief during a traditional hearing aid fitting. This article review discusses their findings and describes a series of recommendations for adjusting common hearing aid parameters in a manner that may further increase relief from tinnitus during hearing aid use.
Clinical Topics in Hearing Aid Research
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