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MEET THE LATEST MEMBER OF THE INTERHEARING TEAM
Interhearing are delighted to introduce the latest member of the team, Nurse Joyce Duodu who will be running our newly opened clinic in Reading. Joyce has worked in healthcare for over 11 years, having worked in various nursing positions within
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NEW INTERHEARING CLINIC IN READING HITS THE HEADLINES
Our newly opened clinic at the Brookside Surgery in Early, Reading is already proving popular and has hit the headlines in Wokingham. Read More to find out exactly what the newspaper had to say.
Interhearing is Making Headlines with New Warrington Clinic
Interhearing have made the headlines with an article in the Warrington Guardian about our new clinic at the 4 Seasons Medical Centre in Warrington. In the article, John, the founder and owner of Interhearing, tells readers all about the new
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Interhearing Attend Launch of the Phonak Marvel
Earlier this month our senior audiologist, John, attended the launch of Phonak’s newest hearing aid. Phonak have named this new product the “Marvel” and that is certainly what you will be doing when you hear about its cutting edge features.
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Accessories / Streamer – Instructions
Initially it can take a bit of time to get used to using the Streamer and other hearing accessories. Don’t worry, given a bit of time and practice you will soon become an old hand at using them with the
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How to Keep Ears Clear of Wax
What is wax ? Wax is produced in the outer one third of the ear canal by wax glands and is the body’s antiseptic for ears, trapping dust, debris and bacteria . Wax will naturally migrate out of your ears,
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Receiver In The Ear (RIC) – Instructions
Initally it can take a bit of time to get used to hearing aids, you are expected to take in a lot of information in when they are fitted so it can become a bit overwhelming. Don’t worry, given a
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In The Ear (ITE) – Instructions
Initally it can take a bit of time to get used to hearing aids, you are expected to take in a lot of information in when they are fitted so it can become a bit overwhelming. Don’t worry, given a
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Protect your hearing – 10 tips
Keeping your hearing healthy is largely about knowing how much loud sound you’re exposed to. A ‘noise diet’ can protect your hearing from future problems. Most cases of deafness (around four out of every five) are caused by damage to the tiny
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