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Lenire Treatment Plan

Lenire is designed to fit into your schedule, treatment time is just 30-60 minutes daily from the comfort of your own home.

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Meet our specialist audiologists face-to-face for a tinnitus assessment and follow-up appointments at our clinic in Dublin.

If you’re prescribed treatment with Lenire, our audiologists will fit and configure the device in the clinic so you can bring it home for use.

  1. Introduction call

    15 mins
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    Skip traditional waiting lists and talk to our patient coordination team during a free video call.

    The purpose of this call is to gather your details, and let you know how we can help with a specialist tinnitus assessment, Lenire, or otherwise.

    Following this call we can immediately book your tinnitus assessment at Neuromod Medical at the Hermitage Clinic, Dublin. Our team will talk you through the process.

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  2. Tinnitus assessment

    45 mins
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    Your tinnitus assessment will determine if Lenire is a suitable treatment option for you or if another treatment is recommended.

    The assessment is carried out by one of our experienced audiologists who specialise in tinnitus care. It consists of a clinical evaluation including a review of your medical, audiological, and tinnitus history. A suite of audiological tests will be conducted by your audiologist, along with a set of subjective tinnitus measurements.

    If further examination is required, Neuromod Medical may refer you to an appropriate healthcare provider.

    If Lenire is recommended as an option for you, a member of our team will discuss the device and treatment plan with you, providing all of the relevant information including the payment plans available.

    If you book an appointment in our clinic, please be sure to familiarise yourself with our COVID-19 policy in advance of your visit .

  3. Fitting appointment

    45 mins
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    If Lenire is deemed suitable for you and prescribed by our audiologists, the device’s audio and tongue stimulation parameters are configured based on your tinnitus and audiological profile. This allows us to tailor the treatment to you.

  4. Follow-up assessments

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    Your first follow-up assessment will take place approximately six to 12 weeks into the treatment plan. Another follow-up assessment will be booked a further six to 12 weeks after the first.

    This allows our team to assess your progress. It’s possible our audiologists  may decide to change the configuration of Lenire’s stimulation during a follow up assessment to get the best outcome for you.

    If you have any issues throughout the treatment plan, it’s important that you let us know as an assessment may be required in which the device’s stimulation settings are readjusted.

  5. Continued use

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    At the end of the prescribed treatment plan, our team will advise you on your continued use of the Lenire device.

Our online telemedicine service allows you to access our services quickly and conveniently. You can complete your intro call, a tinnitus assessment for Lenire, follow-up assessments, and your Lenire device fitting via a secure video call with our specialist audiologists at Neuromod Medical.

  1. Introduction call

    15 mins
    HideShow

    Skip traditional waiting lists and talk to our patient coordination team.

    The purpose of this call is to gather your details, and let you know how we can help with a specialist tinnitus assessment, Lenire, or otherwise.

    Following this call we can book an online tinnitus assessment via video call with one of our expert audiologists at Neuromod Medical. Our customer service team will talk you through the entire process.

  2. Tinnitus assessment

    45 mins
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    Your tinnitus assessment will determine if Lenire is a suitable treatment option for you or if another treatment is recommended.

    The assessment is carried out by our specialist audiologists who have experience conducting online assessments. It consists of a clinical evaluation including a review of your medical, audiological, and tinnitus history.

    If further examination is required, we may refer you to an appropriate healthcare provider.

  3. Fitting appointment

    45 mins
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    If Lenire is deemed suitable and prescribed your audiologist, Lenire’s audio and tongue stimulations are configured and calibrated to your characteristics by our team.

    This allows your audiologist to tailor the device to your hearing profile and tinnitus experience.

    Next, we ship your device directly to you so you can get started with treatment as soon as possible. We’ll book a video call with you to show you how to use the device and to make sure you’re comfortable with everything.

  4. Follow-up assessments

    45 mins
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    Your first follow-up assessment will take place approximately six to 12 weeks into the treatment plan. Another follow-up assessment will be booked a further six to 12 weeks after the first.

    This allows our team to assess your progress. It’s possible our audiologists may decide to change the configuration of Lenire’s stimulation during a follow up appointment to get the best outcome for you.

    If you have any issues throughout the treatment plan, it’s important that you let us know as an assessment may be required in which the device’s stimulation settings are readjusted.

  5. Continued use

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    At the end of the prescribed treatment plan our team will advise each patient on their continued use of the Lenire device.

Patient Suitability

Lenire is not suitable for everyone. To ensure the safe use of the device there are a number of contraindications and warnings that your healthcare provider will consider prior to prescribing the treatment for you

If you have any of the contraindications specified below, your healthcare provider will not prescribe Lenire and will recommend an alternative treatment approach.


You should not use Lenire if:

  • You have a pacemaker, defibrillator or any other active implantable device
  • You are pregnant, unless directed by a doctor
  • You suffer from epilepsy or any other condition that may result in loss of consciousness
  • You suffer from any condition that causes impaired sensitivity of the tongue
  • You have lesions, sores or inflammation of the oral cavity

Lenire fitting range

Lenire is calibrated to the unique hearing profile of each patient. At this time the device cannot be configured for patients with a hearing threshold (AC) in either ear of >40dBHL in the range of 250Hz – 1kHz or >80dBHL in the range of 2kHz- 8kHz. As a result, Lenire may not be suitable for hearing loss outside of this fitting range.