Mr Paul Minikin - RHAD, MSHAAAudiologist / Hearing Aid Dispenser / EAR WAX REMOVAL SPECIALIST
HCPC No: HAD00822
|Monday||08:30 - 17:00|
|Tuesday||08:30 - 17:00|
|Wednesday||08:30 - 17:00|
|Thursday||08:30 - 17:00|
|Friday||08:30 - 17:00|
Mr Paul Minikin is an approved CLEARWAX ear wax removal specialist based in Silsden, Near Keighley, West Yorkshire who is a qualified and registered Audiologist, Hearing Aid Dispenser with their relevant regulatory body. In addition, they have declared as being trained in ear wax removal from an accredited ear wax removal training course or programme as well as insured for professional indemnity. If you require further information or clarification please contact Mr Paul Minikin using the contact information provided above.
MY TREATMENTS (Click treatment type to learn more)
HAB Hearing provide an ear wax removal service at our state of the art clinic in Silsden, near to Keighley, Skipton and Ilkley. We are also handily close for ear wax removal to Colne, Burnley, Otley and Bradford. We only employ fully qualified, insured and registered experienced ear care professionals. Our three practitioners (Diane, Helen and Paul) have a combined background in NHS and private health and audiology of over 80 years! We particularly specialise in the microsuction technique of removing ear blockages. In some cases ear irrigation or dry removal is more appropriate, we use these methods where needed. Micro suction is generally accepted to be the safest and most effective method and is syringe free with no need to soften with oil (although putting some in a day or so before can sometimes help). The procedure typically takes a few minutes for each ear. We can deal with blocked ears professionally, efficiently, and FAST! Often same day / next day if we have space in the diary! With every wax removal appointment we take a ‘before’ and ‘after’ image of your ear canal via video otoscopy so you can see and understand the work we have carried out. After the procedure we routinely check your hearing levels to confirm you are hearing well (or not). Safety is paramount and the procedure should always be comfortable and pain free.
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