Please note the entrance is in the same complex as Subway and Dominos, across the road from Harvey Norman and Service NSW is next door.
Mon – CLOSED
Tues – 8:45 – 4:15pm
Wed – 8:15 – 11:45am
Thurs – 8:45 – 4:15pm
Fri – CLOSED
Sat – 8:15 – 11:45
If you’re looking for professional earwax removal in Erina, you need to visit the Earworx clinic.
Established in 2016, Earworx delivers effective, affordable and safe micro-suction techniques to help relieve patients of the discomfort caused by ears blocked with wax. Just like our other locations, at the Erina Clinic, you will be treated by a qualified and experienced registered nurse who will extract unwanted earwax from your ear gently and effectively.
Our Friendly Team
Our Erina clinic is conveniently co-located with Health HQ, Shop 16, Palm Court, 172 The Entrance Road, Erina NSW 2250.
Michael Passalis will be your skilled Earworx Registered Nurse you when you attend our Erina clinic. Michael is a compassionate Registered Nurse with over 2 years’ experience in health care. Skilled in providing exceptional care to a diverse patient population, Michael joined Earworx from a role at the Royal North Shore Hospital.
He is passionate about going the extra mile to ensure the health of all his patients, as well as providing education on all things to do with ears and managing earwax.
How the Earworx Procedure Works
The first step of our earwax removal service is to gain a thorough history and to perform an examination to confirm whether wax removal is clinically indicated. It’s important not to remove earwax unnecessarily as it forms a healthy barrier against infection, lubricates the ear canals, and captures and prevents dust and dirt from entering the ear.
If wax removal is clinically indicated, one of our trained and qualified registered nurses will extract the wax using microsuction; this is like a tiny vacuum cleaner for your ear. Throughout the procedure our nurses wear ‘loupes’, which are special glasses designed like binoculars and equipped with a bright light to facilitate direct vision into your ear canals during the procedure. This direct vision enhances safety during the wax removal procedure.
If you want to know more about the procedure, you can find more information here.
Why You Might Need Earwax Removal
Symptoms from excessive or impacted earwax can include itching, pain, a feeling of fullness and blockage, tinnitus or hearing loss. The symptoms can be uncomfortable or in particularly severe cases, debilitating.
If you are a regular swimmer or diver, often wear earphones, wear hearing aids or earplugs, work in dusty environments, or have hairy, narrow or bendy ear canals, you may find you are more prone to wax build-up than the average person.
Ear wax is removed for a flat rate of $120 in Erina, and $95 concession for veterans, pensioners, health care card holders and children under 18 years Australia wide. If a second appointment is required this will be complimentary. This fee is paid at the time of the appointment via debit / credit card. This fee is partly rebatable through St Lukes Health or Health Care Insurance, depending on your level of cover. Please contact St Lukes or your Health Care Insurance provider directly to ascertain the amount of your health care fund rebate. If no wax is found in your ears at the time of your appointment, a reduced $60 rate applies.
Why Choose Us?
- Earwax removal is our core business, which means our nurses remove ear wax on a daily basis and therefore become very skilled at the procedure
- Our nurses are specially trained. They complete both a period of study and an extended practical placement in order to learn how to conduct this delicate procedure
- All Earworx protocols are based on the Updated Guidelines* on Cerumen (wax) Impaction; we provide evidence based care
- The micro-suction procedure is effective at removing both impacted wax and debris related to ear infection, and is suitable for those with grommets or perforated ear drums (please do not soften prior)
Don’t continue to endure uncomfortable or even painful symptoms when they can be easily resolved by visiting your local Earworx clinic today.