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Living with tinnitus: What are the treatment options?

Thursday, February 10

13:00 GMT

At Ótologie, our mission is to build an effective and patient centric service to provide ground-breaking tinnitus care that improves the lives of people suffering from this condition.

An important part of what we do is to provide accessible information to people on how to best manage their tinnitus.

On Thursday 10th February, our expert audiologists will run a free webinar which will help attendees to better understand their tinnitus; provide practical advice for how to best manage it; and detail the various treatment options available to them.

You will learn:

  • What is tinnitus?
  • When should you speak to a medical professional if you have tinnitus? ​
  • What treatment options are available and why different treatments are recommended to different patients.
  • Day-to-day tips ​for managing your tinnitus

The session will last about 45 minutes with time for your questions.

Can’t make it on the day?

No problem. Register your interest and we will email you a recording of the webinar afterwards.

Registration is now closed

You can watch a recording of the webinar below:

Meet the speakers

Helen MacMahon

MSc (Audiology)

Helen is a clinical audiologist with a particular interest in tinnitus management. She has varied experience working in the Irish public healthcare system in both paediatric and adult settings.

Helen has a keen interest in audiological and neurological research and is published in the Irish Journal of Medical Science. Helen is committed to providing high quality patient-centred care and is a member of the British Academy of Audiology and the Irish Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists.

Clodagh Kelly

MSc (Audiology)

Clodagh is a clinical audiologist with experience in adult and paediatric audiological assessment and rehabilitation in the Irish public healthcare system (HSE).

Clodagh is committed to providing high quality patient-centred care for tinnitus patients. She has an undergraduate degree in Neuroscience and a particular interest in neural plasticity and auditory processing mechanisms involved in tinnitus. Clodagh is a member of the Irish Academy of Audiologists (IAA) and the Irish Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists (ISHAA).

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