Get a Chiropractic care to treat ringing in ears.


Tinnitus is a condition that affects the ear. It’s characterized by ringing in the ears or other sounds such as hissing, buzzing, clicking, and whistling. If you have this condition, it can be very annoying to your daily life because of its constant presence. You might find yourself avoiding social situations so that you don’t have to hear the noise in your head. This can lead to isolation and depression, which no one should have to deal with on top of their medical problems. Chiropractic care has been found to help with symptoms of tinnitus. 

What Causes Ringing In The Ears (Tinnitus)?

Tinnitus is a condition that causes ringing in the ears. It can be caused by many different things, including exposure to loud noises, ear infections, and stress. If you have been diagnosed with tinnitus or are experiencing symptoms of it, chiropractic care may help reduce your symptoms. Chiropractors use gentle adjustments to improve nerve function throughout the body and restore balance to the nervous system. This helps relieve pressure on nerves, reducing inflammation and pain associated with tinnitus.

Getting To The Root Of The Problem, Not The Symptoms Of Tinnitus

Tinnitus is a symptom that abnormalities can cause in the cervical spine. It’s worth noting that tinnitus isn’t a disease; it’s merely a symptom. So, the main issue isn’t in your ears; it’s somewhere else in your body. This indicates that there is a back misalignment. The source of your tinnitus and the kind of sound you hear will largely determine the sort of noises and other symptoms you experience. Hearing loss in older people is one of the most prevalent underlying causes of tinnitus. However, numerous additional reasons may result in this painful buzzing:

  • Ear wax blockage
  • Ear injury
  • Nerve conditions
  • Temporomandibular joint disorders (TMJ)
  • Head or neck injuries

These underlying health issues can be treated using conventional therapies, while others may be relieved through chiropractic care for tinnitus.

How Does Chiropractic Help Treat Tinnitus

A growing number of tinnitus patients have experienced a reduction in their symptoms after multiple chiropractic treatments.

Tinnitus can be caused by many factors, including injury to the head or neck. These kinds of injuries might interfere with the normal function of muscles, blood vessels, and nerves in your ears. If you have a vertebral subluxation in your neck or a misalignment in your spine, it’s possible that the ringing is resulting from this, but chiropractic care for tinnitus can give you the best results.

Tinnitus, according to experts, is not the actual condition but rather a symptom of a more significant issue in the body. This implies that the problem originates in the ears and somewhere else in the body. Tinnitus frequently appears to be caused by issues with the back or spine.

A well-balanced head may help reduce the ringing in the ears. To many individuals, however, finding the answer entails making some adjustments. Many cases have been attributed, and the majority of them state that only one adjustment was required to manage the ringing in the ears, yet this is no longer true nowadays.

First, a tinnitus chiropractor will check for severe reasons as a general rule. A series of conservative therapies will be performed to avoid future problems. If these approaches don’t alleviate your pain, there are a few more options. Our chiropractor will advise physiotherapy, osteopathy, acupuncture, or massage treatments. If this has been done already, a chiropractor may call a specialist to investigate the situation further if required. It is also worthwhile to remove wax and other irritants from the ear to relieve pressure.

About The Author
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Dr. Oscar Noriega, DC, is a trusted chiropractor who has been practicing for over ten years at Revolution Chiropractic Murfreesboro. He holds a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Northwestern Health Sciences University. Dr. Noriega is also a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association and the Tennessee Chiropractic Association. He resides in Murfreesboro with his wife and two children.