posted on May, 9 2008 @ 09:16 AM
Dar Kuma, are you familiar with Chiropractic? There is some anecdotal evidence that a problem in your cervical spine could affect your hearing.
There is little if any scientific evidence that supports this, but if all other options are exhausted and you still have no relief it would at least
be worth a shot to see a Chiropractor. There are about 2,000 Chiropractors in the U.K., so one might be hard to find but not impossible.
For full disclosure, I am Chiropractor here in the U.S. I would not make the claim that a neck problem affects hearing because that wouldn't be
"evidence-based", but if treatment for an diagnosable neck condition improved hearing then I would take that as icing on the cake so-to-speak.
Like I stated before there is anecdotal evidence that a Chiropractor could help your hearing, but since there is little published scientific research
I would keep this as last option to fall back on if tradition treatment doesn't work.
Disclaimer: My opinion here is in no way to be construed as medical advice, just unofficial opinion only. Take that for what its worth.