Generally, before you begin low pressure pulse therapy, an ear specialist places a small tube in your eardrum during a short surgical procedure. Then at home or work, you use the low pressure pulse device to treat yourself – usually 3 times a day for 5 minutes each time.
There are many stages and variations of Ménière's disease. Your doctor has to evaluate your condition to make sure you get the therapy that’s right for you.
Preparing for the therapy ususally involves your ENT (ear, nose, and throat) specialist (otolaryngologist) or ear specialist (otologist).
Once you and your doctor decide that low pressure pulse therapy is right for your Ménière’s disease, these are the typical steps you’ll most likely follow to begin.
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