I'm wondering if anyone has any thoughts on how to get medical help for tinnitus when it's not covered by Medicare. I am 69 and have Medicare and a Supplemental N Plan. Pretty sure this type of coverage is standard for seniors and retired people.
I looked it up and no, it isn't covered by Medicate and supplemental plans, but I wonder if you could be seen at least for ear pain. I also read that chiropractic adjustments can be helpful as can hearing aides which can now be purchased over the counter.
@CKBlossom I had no idea hearing aides have come that far. I have an appointment with my primary care physician Wed. I guess I have to start with him to get a diagnosis. Then he’ll probably refer me to someone else like an ENT. I’ve been thinking anyways that I do have a hearing problem. My daughter has a high pitched voice and when she talks fast, I can’t catch what she is saying. Also, in social situations, I have a hard time hearing the conversation at my table. So maybe it’s for the best. Thank you for your advice.