Signs To Look Out For

There are a range of signs to watch out for which could indicate you have an ear or hearing problem:
  • Loss of hearing - Please click here for an online hearing test provided by Scrivens 


  • Earache
  • Discomfort
  • Discharge
  • Ears feeling full
  • Ringing
  • Itching
  • Loss of balance
  • Dizziness
  • Coughing
  • Turning up the volume 
  • Moving closer to those talking
  • Asking people to repeat themselves
  • Concentrating harder than normal to listen

These can be signs that a change has occurred in your ears and you should get them checked.

Why Hearing Health And Ear Wax Removal Matters

The demand for ear and hearing healthcare services is growing rapidly due to an ever-increasing ageing population, exposure to loud noises such as music and machinery, the increased use of headphones, and even the way we clear our ears using cotton ear buds has an adverse effect to our daily lives.

Good ear and hearing health is important to people of all ages and helps us to get the most out of life. When our ability to hear deteriorates it requires more energy for us to listen and participate in daily life, which can lead to becoming socially isolated as people find it harder to engage with loved ones.

Whilst it is common for certain people to attend routine health check-ups such as eye and teeth procedures on a regular basis, our ears are often left forgotten. This should not be the case. Hearing loss has huge social implications on our quality of life. Hearing loss, if left untreated, can lead to increased risk of falls, social isolation, and is also known to be the single largest modifiable risk factor for the prevention of dementia. Not only that we are often unaware of what we cannot hear, that’s why regular ear and hearing health check-ups are essential. Contact us to book your appointment now.

About Me 

Hearing Specialist - Trained by Tympa Health, a leading audiology company accredited by ENT UK, The British Society of Audiology (BSA) and The British Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists (BSHAA).

Bachelor of Science with first grade Honours (BSc(Hons)) - Nursing (Adult) 

Having worked for the NHS and in nursing homes as an NMC registered nurse over the last seven years, I have met many patients whom cannot access ear wax removal services due to limited resources in the community. The current patient pathway to ear and hearing healthcare can be both disjointed and relatively inaccessible. Many patients move from appointment to appointment, spread over several weeks, if not months. The average waiting time for patients to receive treatment was 12-16 weeks (pre-Covid), this has now grown substantially. Not only that, but most GPs have also stopped offering wax removal as a service, which has a significant impact on access and wellbeing.

Delivering ear and hearing healthcare services within communities makes care more accessible for all, and helps to reduce the outpatient burden on secondary settings, in line with the “NHS Long Term Plan.”

I have a lot of experience working with patients with Dementia, Learning or physical disability. Where required, I can make reasonable adjustments to make this service accessible for all. 

Ear Wax Removal £60  /  Inspection only £35

Mobile appointments may include additional charge depending on location & for emergency call outs. Costs will be agreed with client in advance. 

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