Hi guys, Just received this email from the tinnitus clinic today. "Dear Reader, Welcome to the December edition of Tune In which features our new, unique therapy programme, Take Control™ combining three proven therapeutic options for tonal tinnitus. Our Tinnitus Desensitisation Therapy™ (TDT) treatment continues to give significant benefits to our patients. As Diana Willis from Gloucestershire says about her TDT tinnitus treatment "Now there are occasions where I am not aware of the tinnitus, if I’m talking to somebody I have forgotten about it, it’s gone out of my head." There is a report on a 66 patient study of the efficacy of Acoustic CR® Neuromodulation, recently presented at the British Academy of Audiology Conference. And we’re really proud to have sponsored our Cheltenham Consultant, Mr Matthew Clark's trip to a surgical ear camp in Nepal. It’s wonderful that the team managed to do so much good for people living in such a remote part of the world." Just wanted to get peoples thoughts on the tinnitus clinic in general. If people have been? Especially interested in the TDT, although pricey. I mean can you rather get that info for free on the net? I've asked other ppl on TT about ACRN. Their opinion is it did not work for them and def not worth the price tag for a maybe or make it worse. Anyway, maybe just a thread about the tinnitus clinic in general. Any good feedback? Worth it in any way? I guess i'm just being hopeful when i read stats like 66 patient study of the efficacy of Acoustic CR® Neuromodulation... I heard that the study was a bust because of bad data. So what gives here? Does it work or not? Thoughts?