Cervicogenic somatosensory tinnitus: treatment options?

Definitive treatment is not available yet - is manual therapy an option?

Only a handful of publications have focused on (cervicogenic) somatosensory tinnitus and manual therapy. Management of tinnitus by manual therapy is only supported by limited evidence.

The conceptual phase of this study aims to uncover underlying mechanisms linking the auditory and (cervicogenic) somatosensory systems in relation to subjective tinnitus through: 1) review of the literature (part 1), and; 2) through design of a practice test (part 2).

 
 

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