Are you read to change,
" Only that which you yourself will have tried, experienced and recognized as true,
and in keeping with your well-being and that of others, that, believe in it and abide by it. "
Buddha Anguttara Nikaya
Taking care of a patient suffering from hyperacusis and/or tinnitus requires experience and great skills. Natacha Chetritt-Bonneyrat, through experience, is used to waiting until having observed a stable pathologic state of the subject (usually about 4 months after the apparition of the symptoms) before receiving the patient for the first appointment.
This wise use of time is primordial and must, in addition to offering the opportunity to first consult doctors in order to carry out the necessary researches, allow nature to run its course and, if possible, offer a progressive and natural healing path.
The first appointment, called the “Preliminary Checkup,” allows Natacha Chetritt-Bonneyrat to rule out that the required medical researches have not put forward treated factors or pathologies which would explain the symptom’s appearance.
So, after a thorough patient diagnosis to appraise the problematic source associated to the symptoms and to determine whether the use of the Oreblue therapeutic protocol is required, Natacha Chetritt-Bonneyrat will be able to decide on a course of action.
The patient admitted in the ØREBLUE® therapeutic protocol will enjoy highly qualified care and personal support from Natacha Chetritt-Bonneyrat.
Before filling the request form to be called back in order to set up an appointment for the preliminary checkup, it is of the utmost importance that you fully acknowledge the emotional aspect of the aches which concern us and which will require your full and complete support.
Any person who denies this essential component and does not feel up to investing himself/herself consciously and sincerely is asked to consult another practitioner.
The rate for the ØREBLUE® therapeutic protocol (preliminary checkup not included) varies according to the complexity of the subject’s auditory medical pattern and will be specifically established at the end of the preliminary checkup.