In the years following our establishment in 2016, Earworx has opened over a dozen clinics across Australia. Our newest clinic has just opened in Jerrabomberra, NSW with operating hours of 9am to 5pm on both Monday and Tuesday.
The Jerrabomberra clinic is a 20 minute drive from the centre of Canberra, off the Monaro Highway.
Patients visiting this new clinic will be looked after by our qualified and attentive nurse, Samantha Stening.
Samantha joined the Earworx team in 2020 after working for over 12 years in the healthcare industry. She has a background working in the aged care field and within general practice, which makes her especially capable assisting Earworx’s older patients. But having also worked within a local Canberra GP clinic means Samantha has experience with patients of all ages and with a variety of needs.
Samantha’s personable and professional demeanour means her patients always feel comfortable entrusting her with their care.
Where Can I Find The Clinic?
We are located at:
11/16 Limestone Dr, Jerrabomberra NSW 2619
How Can I Make An Appointment?
Booking an appointment through our online booking is a quick and easy process.Book Appointment
Otherwise, feel free to contact us directly:
How The Earworx Procedure Works
All Earworx clinics use a safe and effective method of earwax removal called microsuction. It is a dry technique (no water) and is the same method used by Ears, Nose and Throats specialists around Australia.
At our Jerrabomberra clinic, Samantha will use ‘loupes’, a magnifying pair of glasses with a bright light, to examine your ear canal whilst carrying out the procedure. This ensures the safety of your ears throughout the process. The micro-suction process involves a tiny catheter attached to suction tubing being inserted into your ear to extract impacted earwax like a vacuum.
The process is quick and painless, usually taking no more than half an hour.
Symptoms of Built-Up Earwax
Symptoms of built-up earwax can be uncomfortable and, in some cases, even debilitating.
If you’re experiencing a feeling of blockage, dizziness, loss of hearing, itching, pain or tinnitus, this could be an indication of excess wax build-up in your ears.
Those who wear earphones or a hearing aid, regularly swim or dive, use cotton buds in their ears, or have hairy or narrow ear canals are at a higher risk of impacted earwax. Over-producing earwax can also be a genetic predisposition.
Trying to remove excess wax yourself, with cotton buds for example, is at best ineffective and at worst dangerous. At home methods of earwax removal can push the wax further down your ear canal, causing damage and worsening symptoms.
If you’re experiencing impacted or excess earwax, don’t hesitate to book an appointment with us.
Why Choose Us
- Our micro-suction technique for earwax removal is safe, effective and painless
- Our nurses have extensive experience performing wax removal procedures on a daily basis in addition to their long careers in the health industry
- If no excess wax is found in your ears at your appointment, a 50% reduced rate will apply