Our ears are extremely delicate parts of our bodies, and even more so in children who are still developing. If you notice a build up of wax in your child’s ear, it’s important to understand the safest method to remove it. Many common home remedies can risk damage to the sensitive inner ear and can
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Earworx recently reopened our Woollongabba ear wax removal clinic. Located on Annerly road just across from the Mater Hospital Brisbane, the clinic provides effective and professional ear wax removal and cleaning services. The clinic is open from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday to Friday and bookings can be made online here. Meet Your Nurse
If you’ve ever suffered from a blocked ear, then you can relate to the feeling of desperation many people experience; wanting to clear their ears any way possible. People are willing to do almost anything to clear their blocked ears and restore their hearing, but many of the techniques and tools which are available to
Blocked ears can cause quite a lot of discomfort. The good news is that there are simple and effective methods to relieve unwanted symptoms. Not all blocked ear treatments are safe for you to perform on yourself at home however and some ‘home remedies’ can risk further damage to your ears, or make your symptoms
Please note, our Brunswick clinic is now closed but you can visit us at our Croydon clinic co-located with Croydon Family Practice 24-26 Dorset Road, Croydon VIC 3136. Announcing our new clinic in Brunswick, Melbourne! We are very excited to be expanding Earworx into Victoria and offering our professional micro-suction service to people in Melbourne.
Wondering how to clear ears blocked with wax? Blocked ears are quite a common occurrence. Although they are not usually painful, they can become quite a nuisance. Symptoms typically include hearing loss, a sensation of blockage and feeling unbalanced. Excessive ear wax can also cause irritating symptoms like feelings of fullness, itching, pain and ringing.
It’s important to remember that earwax is an entirely normal and healthy substance produced by our ears. It’s responsible for cleaning, protecting and lubricating our ears, whilst also preventing dust, dirt and bugs from entering our ear canals. Chewing and movement of the jaw loosens wax at the external ear after it is carried outward
Please note, our Sippy Downs clinic is now closed but you can visit us at our Kawana Waters clinic, a short 15 minute drive north. This clinic is co-located with Kawana Waters Medical Centre, Cnr Nicklin Way &, Kensington Drive, Minyama, QLD 4575. Earworx’s new Sippy Downs clinic is set to become the latest addition