Tag: audiology

Tag: audiology

12 February, 2016
Specsavers in Montrose are holding tinnitus clinics during Tinnitus Awareness Week

Audiology experts in Montrose are holding tinnitus clinics to help highlight the condition during Tinnitus Awareness Week.

The annual week which runs from 8 – 14 February is organised by the British Tinnitus Association (BTA) and is in its tenth year.

12 February, 2016
Allerton Specsavers urge local residents to turn the volume down

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

Specsavers Opticians and Hearing Centre in Allerton 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 have 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.

12 February, 2016
Girl listens to music

This British Tinnitus Association Awareness Week (8th – 14th February), audiology experts in St Helens are urging residents of all ages to turn the volume down.

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

12 February, 2016
Specsavers in Dundee is holding tinnitus clinics during Tinnitus Awareness Week

Audiology experts in Dundee are holding tinnitus clinics to help highlight the condition during Tinnitus Awareness Week.

The annual week which runs from 8 – 14 February is organised by the British Tinnitus Association (BTA) and is in its tenth year.

12 February, 2016
Specsavers in Forfar are holding tinnitus clinics during Tinnitus Awareness Week

Audiology experts in Forfar are holding tinnitus clinics to help highlight the condition during Tinnitus Awareness Week.

The annual week which runs from 8 – 14 February is organised by the British Tinnitus Association (BTA) and is in its tenth year.

11 February, 2016
Audiology experts in Runcorn have urged residents to turn the volume down

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

Specsavers Opticians and Hearing Centre in Runcorn 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 

11 February, 2016

Audiology experts in St Andrews are holding tinnitus clinics to help highlight the condition during Tinnitus Awareness Week.

The annual week which runs from 8 – 14 February is organised by the British Tinnitus Association (BTA) and is in its tenth year.

Locals with any questions or concerns about tinnitus can visit the South Street store for a free examination and advice from dedicated hearing experts.

Extremely common problem

13 January, 2016
The new Specsavers Hearing Check app uses speech in noise checks to quickly indicate a level of hearing loss

Specsavers Audiologists has launched a new app to help check your hearing.

Quick checks

The app, which is available to download for free on the App and Play store on iOS or Android devices, carries out a short check of approximately two minutes and provides an indication as to whether the person being tested would benefit from a full, free hearing test at their local Specsavers Audiologists.

Speech in noise technology

15 December, 2015

Specsavers hearing customers can now book their audiology appointments via a new online service.

Online booking

The easy to use, four-step service allows customers to locate their nearest Specsavers Audiologists, select the nature of their appointment, and book a time with an audiologist that best suits them. The interactive platform helps customers stay on top of their hearing health by being able to book regular checks from their laptop, PC, smartphone or tablet.

A word from the professionals

16 November, 2015
Staff from the Royal Voluntary Service collect their cheque from Laura Goodwin

Hearing centres across North Wales have joined forces with Royal Voluntary Service to help raise awareness of age related hearing loss, with generous customers donating £900 to the cause. 

Listen Out