Here is an quite old TRT sudies conducted in Sweden with a quite good outcome. http://www.skane.se/Public/HAB/5-Omoss/FoU/rapporter/fourapport-2009nr04.pdf @Dr. Nagler have you read it? Would be interesting to have you comment about it. Hope you can translate it part by part with Googl translate. Summary Rehabilitation for people who have significant symptoms of tinnitus and sound sensitivity since the late 1990s has been a working adult team at Hearing and Deafness Unit in Lund. Prior to that, the activities were aimed on providing rehabilitation to people with various degrees of hearing loss. In 1998, we, in the search for effective rehabilitation method, in contact with method TRT, Tinnitus retraining Therapy. The method consists in supplying neutrals sound to the auditory system in combination with the advisory calls to reduce the reaction of tinnitus. The method aims to reduce the negative reaction that people with severe tinnitus received from his tinnitus by "train" the brain and the auditory system. The purpose of this study is to evaluate if TRT is an effective rehabilitation our business. The target group being evaluated is 29 patients with tinnitus and sound sensitivity who participated in the rehabilitation of TRT. The rehabilitation involves the have been offered counseling and the use of sound stimulation devices in an individual contact. The majority of the target group, 20 of 29, also had a mild to moderate hearing loss. We conducted structured interviews with 29 patients where the have estimated their discomfort of tinnitus and possible noise sensitivity. We have also studied journal entries for each person in the audience to get background information. The evaluation result shows that the method has been effective for the target audience, where 28 patients out of 29 have achieved positive results which meant that their symptoms tinnitus and possible noise sensitivity has decreased. Every patient we encounter has its unique life situation and tinnitus rehabilitation is part of the overall change process or the treatment that the patient is in need of. We believe that a prerequisite for rehabilitation must have an outstanding effect is that it is based on a holistic view of the patient's situation. this study demonstrates the value of continuing to offer TRT in the rehabilitation parallel with that we offer and develop other methods to meet users' different needs.