Tag: audiology

Tag: audiology

07 April, 2016
Louis Walsh with Specsavers Newry store directors Sharon Fegan and Alison Dunne

Louis Walsh opened the Buttercrane Specsavers opticians and audiologists today in Newry, Northern Ireland, as apart of their £250,000 refurbishment. 

The new state-of-the-art audiology facilities now have a sound-proofed booth for optimal hearing test conditions. 

04 March, 2016
Audiology experts in Wilmslow have urged residents of all ages to turn the volume down


This British Tinnitus Association Awareness Week (8-14 February), audiology experts in Wilmslow have urged residents of all ages to turn the volume down.

Specsavers Opticians and Hearing Centre in Wilmslow have warned locals that they are putting their hearing at risk every day by listening to music through headphones at too high a volume.

Keep the noise down 

04 March, 2016
Audiology experts in Skelmersdale have urged residents to turn the volume down


This British Tinnitus Association Awareness Week (8-14 February), audiology experts in Skelmersdale have urged residents of all ages to turn the volume down.

Specsavers Opticians and Hearing Centre in Skelmersdale have warned locals that they are putting their hearing at risk every day by listening to music through headphones at too high a volume.

Turn the noise down

04 March, 2016
Wythenshawe audiology experts have urged residents to turn the volume down


This British Tinnitus Association Awareness Week (8-14 February), audiology experts in Wythenshawe have urged residents of all ages to turn the volume down.

Specsavers Opticians and Hearing Centre in Wythenshawe have warned locals that they are putting their hearing at risk every day by listening to music through headphones at too high a volume.

Turn the noise down 

04 March, 2016

Customers at a local West Bromwich hearing centre will benefit from free hearing tests, specialist talks and giveaways at their Hearing Event on 2 March, to raise awareness of ear health and hearing loss.

Staff at the Specsavers store in West Bromwich, will be promoting the importance of regular hearing tests by donning the Specsavers ‘Big Ear’ and giving away hearing-related goodies. Customers can take advantage of free, no obligation, hearing assessments, after which a specialist will discuss their options if they are found to have hearing loss. 

04 March, 2016
People are putting their hearing at risk every day by listening to music at too high a volume


This British Tinnitus Association Awareness Week (8-14 February), audiology experts in Ormskirk have urged residents of all ages to turn the volume down.

Specsavers Opticians and Hearing Centre in Ormskirk have warned locals that they are putting their hearing at risk every day by listening to music through headphones at too high a volume.

Keep the noise down 

03 March, 2016
Louis Walsh has revealed he is suffering from hearing loss following test at Specsavers Audiologists

Music manager and former X Factor judge Louis Walsh is helping Specsavers Audiologists raise awareness of the importance of regular hearing checks after revealing he has hearing loss.

Listen Up!

The 63-year-old, who has managed some of the UK’s most successful pop groups, has spoken out about his deteriorating hearing for the first time following a recent test at Specsavers Audiologists.

Louis, who has been told that he will most likely need to wear hearing aids one day, has teamed up with Specsavers to launch its Listen Up campaign.

24 February, 2016
Audiology experts in Bury urge residents of all ages to turn the volume down


This British Tinnitus Association Awareness Week (8-14 February), audiology experts in Bury have urged residents of all ages to turn the volume down.

Specsavers Opticians and Hearing Centre in Bury have warned locals that they are putting their hearing at risk every day by listening to music through headphones at too high a volume.

Specsavers backed the awareness week campaign after seeing a recent increase in the number of enquiries about ringing or buzzing in the ears from younger people, who regularly listen to music on their phones.

24 February, 2016
Audiology experts in Fallowfield have urged residents of all ages to turn the volume down


This British Tinnitus Association Awareness Week (8-14 February), audiology experts in Fallowfield have urged residents of all ages to turn the volume down.

Specsavers Opticians and Hearing Centre in Fallowfield have warned locals that they are putting their hearing at risk every day by listening to music through headphones at too high a volume.

Turn the noise down 

24 February, 2016
Specsavers charity partner Sound Seekers helps those in third world countries with hearing problems

A Spectacle Wearer of the Year finalist has travelled to Cameroon to aid health professionals working with people with hearing difficulties.

Raising awareness of hearing problems

Amina Abonde-Adigun, who works as a paediatric audiologist at Barts Health NHS Trust, is taking part in the month-long trip, organised with Specsavers Audiologists’ national charity partner Sound Seekers, to work at the Mbingo Baptist Hospital.