Alternative Medicine

Alternative medicine refers to a diverse range of therapies that are not commonly used in conventional medicine to treat tinnitus and related disorders. 

Alternative does not mean less effective! Over the past decade, many alternative medicine interventions have now proven to be effective at the highest level of evidence in medical science.

Alternative medicine offers a range of potential benefits for individuals seeking a more holistic approach to health and wellness. At NeuroMed, our alternative medicine approach is scientifically validated and backed by clinical evidence. We combine alternative medicine with traditional medicine, lifestyle therapy, and wellness coaching to help you find relief. 

Nutraceuticals

The term nutraceutical combines the words “nutrition” and “pharmaceutical” to describe natural products that provide health benefits beyond their nutritional value. Nutraceuticals are derived from food sources, such as vitamins, minerals, or herbal extracts. Because they are naturally occurring, nutraceuticals can provide powerful health benefits with minimal side effects.

Nutraceutical therapy is a central component of our integrative approach to treating tinnitus.  

Based on your condition and your custom treatment plan, we will be recommending a targeted nutraceutical strategy that will help your brain to recover from tinnitus optimally. 

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Mindfulness Meditation

Mindfulness meditation is a technique used to help retrain your brain. It combines meditation with the practice of mindfulness. This mental training practice teaches your brain to slow down, release negativity, and calm your mind and body, helping to focus your attention on the present moment.

Research has shown that mindfulness meditation has beneficial effects on the brain that can help improve various neurological conditions, including tinnitus. 

Because it can help treat the neural networks that perpetuate tinnitus, mindfulness meditation is one of the core elements of NeuroMed’s tinnitus protocol.

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

One of our core alternative medicine treatment options for treating tinnitus is cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT). 

CBT is a scientifically-backed treatment that we successfully employ to treat tinnitus and related disorders. It is also used to treat a range of other mental health conditions.

CBT is a type of psychotherapy that helps you understand how your thoughts and emotions directly influence your behaviors. It equips you with strategies to identify and change destructive thought patterns that negatively influence your behavior and overall well-being.  

CBT is highly effective because of its practical, hands-on approach. It doesn't just help you understand your thoughts and feelings; it also teaches you how to change them for the better. This therapy helps retrain your brain and improves your overall health and well-being. 

CBT has been extensively studied and proven its effectiveness in numerous scientific studies. That is why it is part of our approach at NeuroMed, where we combine alternative and traditional treatments together to get you back to living your life.

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Alternative Therapy Options for Brain Sensitivity Disorders

When treating tinnitus at NeuroMed, we use an integrated rehabilitation approach that includes the use of alternative therapy options. 

To schedule an appointment at NeuroMed, call us at 1-888-226-6330 or request an appointment online.

Hours of Operation

Mon-Fri: 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. EST
Mon-Fri: 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. PST
Sat-Sun: Closed

 

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Office Headquarters

2102 Business Center Dr., Suite 130
Irvine, CA 92612

 

Locations

We serve patients in the following states: AR, CA, FL, GA, IN, KS, ME, MT, ND, OH, and WI.

 

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