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The Tinnitus & Sound Sensitivity Treatment Center of Philadelphia, PC

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Hearing Technology Associates
1015 Chestnut Street, Suite 300
Philadelphia, PA 19107

Fax: (215)413-0808    

TAP is a community service 
organization open to the public 
to provide support and information 
about Tinnitus.

All are welcome - please R.S.V.P to
215.413.0800 by Thursday to 
reserve a seat.  
(Annual membership is $15.00)

All meetings are held at 
143 Bala Avenue
Bala Cynwyd, Pa.
from 10:30AM - 12:00PM 
Parking is FREE!!


Call us for more details:  215-413-0800 or



The Tinnitus FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

View the Tinnitus FAQ in HTML format (as a web page).

View the Tinnitus FAQ as a text file.

Download the Tinnitus FAQ in HTML format (as a web page).

Download the Tinnitus FAQ as a text file.

Receive the Tinnitus FAQ via e-mail and in the body of the message use one of the following commands:

get faq tinnitus.html (and receive it in HTML format)

get faq tinnitus.txt (and receive it in text format)

Tinnitus Site Links

American Tinnitus Association (ATA)

Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Center at the University of Maryland at Baltimore.

European Federation of Audiology Societies (EFAS)

More information about Tinnitus

Tinnitus and (self)hypnosis

Advice on Tinnitus from the on-line ENT consult site

J. Hazell (renowned Tinnitus researcher) has an interesting web site with information about Tinnitus perception, habituation and retraining therapy.

A page in German with information about alternative medicines and audio-tapes that claim to help with Tinnitus.

Books and papers on Tinnitus

Tinnitus - New Hope for a Cure by Paul van Valkenburgh: A book for laymen and professionals.


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