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Find a tinnitus health provider near you. All listed providers are responsible for the accuracy of the information in their posting. ATA makes no recommendations as to the individuals listed or to their respective treatments. It is the responsibility of patients to research and evaluate which provider is right for them.

We provide definitions of the different types of tinnitus health-care providers on our Patient Navigator page so you can better understand each professional's role in treating tinnitus.

United States
(540) 724-0086
6027 La Granada, Ste D
PO Box 524
Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067
United States
(858) 759-8922
730 Finley Dr.
Ada, OK 74820
United States
(580) 421-6470
University of North Carolina -Hearing and Communication Center
6015 Farrington Rd
Chapel Hill, NC 27517
United States
(919) 493-7980
4703 E Boardwalk Drive Unit B2
Fort Collins, CO 80525
United States
(970) 682-2779
4045 Johns Creek Pkwy Ste. B
Suwanee, GA 30024
United States
(678) 971-4647
North Shore Audio-Vestibular Lab
1160 Park Avenue West Suite 4S
Highland Park, IL 60035
United States
(847) 432-5555
420 Schooner Avenue
Jamestown, RI 2835
United States
(401) 782-3188
Talihina Hearing Clinic
One Choctaw Way
Talihina, OK 74571
United States
918-567-7000, ext 6668
5846 Otter View Trail
White Bear Lake, MN 55110
United States
(651) 439-1234 x. 43546


Patient Stories

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Tinnitus Research

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Treatment Options

Treatment Options

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