Patients reported feeling improvements in their tinnitus, as well as their memory, attention, and concentration.
A new report concluded that there is an unexpected link between two conditions that reorganize the brain: tinnitus and chronic pain.
The effects of repeated treatments lasted throughout the 26-week follow-up period.
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