We are all eyes and ears at Coton & Hamblin
At Coton & Hamblin, as well as being very interested in eyes and vision, we also want our patients to have the best hearing care.
We're proud to be working with The Hearing Care Partnership to offer our patients a complete hearing care service in practice.
If you, a friend or relative are experiencing problems with hearing loss, please get in touch for details. Initial checks are free, and cover a range of conditions.
Hearing care is very important for many reasons and just a few are highlighted below.
Communication: Our ability to communicate effectively is essential for our daily lives, and hearing plays a crucial role in this. When we have hearing loss, we may have difficulty understanding speech or hearing important sounds such as warning signals or alarms, which can lead to misunderstandings and potentially dangerous situations.
Quality of Life: Hearing loss can impact our quality of life, causing feelings of isolation, depression, and anxiety. It can also affect our ability to enjoy activities we love, such as listening to music, watching movies, or socializing with friends and family.
Cognitive Health: Research has linked hearing loss to cognitive decline and an increased risk of dementia. By addressing hearing loss early, we may be able to reduce the risk of cognitive decline and maintain our brain health as we age.
Safety: Good hearing is important for safety, especially when driving or operating machinery. Being able to hear warning signals, sirens, and other important sounds can help prevent accidents and keep us safe.
Overall, hearing care is essential for maintaining our physical, emotional, and cognitive well-being, and it's important to have regular hearing exams and address any hearing concerns promptly.
To make a complimentary appointment to see an audiologst please call the practices.
The clinics currently run at Woolwich on a Wednesday and Blackheath on Fridays.
Hearing appointments cannot be made online currently.