Do you regularly hear a faint ringing or buzzing sound, even when it’s completely silent? If so, tinnitus may be to blame. To see if you’re a candidate, call the office or use the online booking tool to make an appointment today.
Miracle Wands Wellness Center™
*Miracle Wands Treatment is meant to complement conventional medical treatment regimen. Each client is to consult and follow-up with their regular health care provider.
Tinnitus Q & A
What is tinnitus?
Tinnitus is a medical term that describes hearing a ringing or buzzing noise. Tinnitus itself isn’t a medical condition. Instead, it indicates an underlying issue like age-related hearing loss, ear injury, or a circulatory disorder. Tinnitus is incredibly common and is estimated to affect between 15-20% of the adult population. Tinnitus is uncomfortable, but it typically doesn’t indicate anything serious. In most cases, conservative, non-invasive measures of treatment, like miracle wand therapy, can provide significant relief.
What are the symptoms of tinnitus?
People with tinnitus hear sounds even when no external audio is present. Tinnitus affects everyone differently, but some common phantom noises people hear include:
The volume and frequency of the noises you hear can vary, too. For example, you might hear a loud ringing in one ear or a dull hum in both. In addition, some people with tinnitus always have symptoms, while others only experience flare-ups occasionally.
Are there different types of tinnitus?
Tinnitus is split into two separate categories: subjective and objective.
- Subjective tinnitus
Subjective tinnitus is tinnitus that only you can hear. Subjective tinnitus is the most common type of tinnitus and is usually caused by problems with your middle, inner, or outer ear.
- Objective tinnitus
Objective tinnitus is tinnitus that your doctor can hear during an examination. Objective tinnitus is rare and caused by problems with your blood vessels or muscle contractions.
What are miracle wands?
Miracle wands are holistic treatment tools based on ancient Chinese medicine. They’re manufactured using microscopic crystals and gemstones that are known to naturally deliver the scientific principles of enthalpy and entropy, or heat and transfer absorption.
Miracle wands harness this unique energy and disperse heat onto your body at a rate that’s optimized for blood flow and cell function. Combined with knowledge of your unique pressure points, miracle wand treatment often provides relief both quickly and effectively.
How does miracle wand therapy address tinnitus?
During miracle wand therapy for tinnitus, your Miracle Wands Wellness Center provider uses miracle wands to transfer and assist your body in the regulation of heat. This special thermotherapy is known to promote enhanced circulation, cellular repair, and nutrient absorption.
After placing the miracle wands on a series of pressure points, your provider uses light massage therapy techniques to relieve pressure and ease your symptoms.
If you’re living with tinnitus and other methods of treatment have been unable to ease your symptoms, miracle wand therapy is worth considering. Book your appointment at Miracle Wands Wellness Center™ today by calling or using the online scheduling tool.