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Earworx Inglewood Clinic
948 Beaufort Street
Inglewood WA 6052
Monday – 8:00am – 4:30pm
Thursday – 8:00am – 4:30pm
Earworx Inglewood specialise in using microsuction and curettage to effectively clear ears of excess wax and remedy blocked ears.
Backed by five years’ experience in professional ear wax removal, Earworx is proud to have a team of registered nurses delivering effective treatments for ears blocked with wax across Australia. Our micro-suction techniques allow for safe and gentle removal of ear wax without risking damage to the delicate ear canal or ear drum.
Our Friendly Team
Located on Inglewood’s main strip at 948 Beaufort Street, our clinic sits within close proximity to Inglewood’s major business district. We are proud to have our Registered Nurse Tabitha Blake leading the Inglewood clinic. Tabitha is a Registered Nurse with a wealth of experience in both hospital and clinic settings. She is highly committed to patient care and passionate about providing the best service to patients from all walks of life.
Prior to joining the Earworx team, Tabitha worked at St John of God Hospital Midland and Sir Charles Gardiner Hospital, and has gained experience in acute medical wards and private surgical wards. Tabitha obtained her Bachelor of Science specialising in Nursing from Edith Cowan University. Before undertaking this study, she completed a Diploma of Nursing (Enrolled Division 2 Nursing) and Certificate III in Aged Care (Nursing assistant). She has now added a qualification in aural care to her knowledge base, and extensive practical training in microsuction and curettage to her repertoire. We are excited to have her on board!
Tabitha’s calm and compassionate nature put her patients instantly at ease. She possesses excellent communication skills and always provides information in a clear and concise way to ensure all patients feel comfortable and confident prior to their Earworx procedure.
How the Earworx Procedure Works
At our Inglewood clinic, Tabitha will carefully inspect your ears to determine whether wax removal is required or not. Earwax is actually a normal, healthy substance, however too much earwax can cause uncomfortable symptoms within the ear canal or prevent needed assessment of the ear. Wax removal is therefore only recommended where it is clinically indicated.
Where wax removal is recommended, your nurse will use binocular glasses known as ‘loupes’ to examine your ear canal. A tiny micro-suction device or fine instruments will then be used to gently and efficiently suction any compacted wax from the ear canals.
Why You Might Need Earwax Removal
Earwax does a great job of keeping our ears protected, lubricated and free from infection. However, if you are prone to excessive wax build up, wear earphones or earplugs regularly, or use cotton buds you may develop painful or uncomfortable symptoms. These can range from a blocked sensation and itching, through to pain, dizziness and even hearing loss.
It’s for this reason that we recommend seeking professional advice should you find yourself with an ear blocked with wax. Our Inglewood clinic is open Monday and Thursday 8:00am – 4:30pm to provide effective treatment for your earwax woes.
An appointment at our Inglewood clinic is charged at a flat fee of $120. Concession card holders, including veterans pensions and health care card holders, are eligible for a $95 concession rate. Earworx will also provide a discounted rate of $55 should no excess wax be detected during your consult.
Why Choose Us?
- Our registered nurses are trained in the safe and effective removal of ear wax so you can rest assured your delicate ears are in safe hands
- Some at home blocked ear remedies can cause permanent damage or trauma to your ear canal. Don’t take the risk – leave treatment to our professionals
- Following removal, our experts provide guidance and advice on how to properly care for your ears to prevent blockages re-occurring