Tinnitus & Veterans
Tinnitus is the number one service-connected disability among US veterans. An often overlooked condition, it’s typically a result of noise induced trauma.
Whether it’s from ongoing exposure to high noise environments, such as flight or use of machinery, or whether it’s from being present when severe and sudden noises occur in combat, the effects of tinnitus can be long lasting. Left untreated, symptoms can increase with age and significantly impact quality of life.
If you having ringing or buzzing in the ears as a result of military service, no cost treatment is available. Otoharmonics is a registered and verified vendor to the US Government. The Levo System is listed on the Federal Supply Schedule.
Compatible with the Clinical Practice Guidelines for Tinnitus published by the American Academy of Otolaryngologists and the VA’s Progressive Tinnitus Management Program, the Levo System’s sleep therapy has been shown to reduce the level of tinnitus intensity and improve the quality of life in several published peer-reviewed studies, including a randomized controlled trial by the National Center for Rehabilitative Auditory Research at the VA Portland Health Care System.
Ask your doctor if the Levo System is right for you.