Earwax removal clinic to open in Felixstowe

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Those in the local area experiencing blocked ears will no longer have to experience long waiting times to seek relief, thanks to a new earwax removal clinic being launched in Felixstowe.

It is estimated that in the UK 3.5% of the population each year have problems with earwax sufficient to need intervention. This equates to around 26,500 people in the Suffolk alone.

Award winning, family run company, The Hearing Care Centre, which already runs an established hearing clinic at Grove Medical Centre in Felixstowe, is now expanding its services by organising a regular clinic dedicated to the removal of earwax.

Earwax build up is not only uncomfortable, but it can also delay assessment and management of hearing loss. Hearing loss caused by impacted wax can be frustrating and stressful, leading to social isolation and depression if untreated.

The Hearing Care Centre’s Lead Clinical Ear Care Practitioner, Melvyn Howe said, “There is a real demand for a private earwax removal service in this area. Our specialist team - all certified healthcare professionals, allow sufficient time with each patient to remove wax in a safe and gentle way. They also provide a video image of the ear canal before and after the treatment.”

This new clinic at Grove Medical Centre will be offering regular microsuction and ear irrigation appointments from Wednesday 1st May 2019. For more information call Freephone 0800 096 2637 or visit hearingcarecentre.co.uk/earwaxexpansion.

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