It is common for symptoms to come and go over time, but if you are reasonably diligent with the Prevention lesson, you will see 3 or more things happen: If your tinnitus does relapse, dive back into the Prevention lesson for tips to reapply or apply in a different or better way this time through. Also, look […]
Muscle Care for tinnitus (MC-t)
What is the best way to prevent tinnitus, or a relapse, a resurgence of tinnitus symptoms? Before going through this program, you might have said something like. “Avoid very loud noise exposure.” or “Don’t take ototoxic medications.” Those are certainly wise suggestions and will help, but now you know that several predisposing factors and the
Start MFR only after no significant trigger points are found for 2 days in a row. There will likely still be some tenderness, but the muscle should not be very tender nor the muscle and nerves so irritated that TPT flares up the symptoms related to the muscle significantly. Watch each relevant muscle video and
Trigger Point Therapy (TPT) Moderately deep pressure applied to the muscle to remove thewaste products to reduce the chemical irritation of the muscle and nerve endings inside themuscle. This then reduces the muscle tension, pain, and referred sensations, like pain, tingling,pressure, and tinnitus. Reduced tension and pain helps break the cycle of irritation in
As you work through the topics in this lesson, you will download the Trigger Point Evaluation Record Sheet and watch Self Trigger Point Therapy for Tinnitus – thorough EVALUATION. This will get you familiar with and confident in finding the trigger points that are causing your tinnitus.
Although this course is designed with tinnitus in mind, all the same evaluation and treatment are used as part of treatment for headaches, specifically tension and TMJ-related headaches. If those happen to get better as you are working through this program to relieve your tinnitus, don’t be surprised…and we’d love to hear about that success,