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Ear Wax Ear wax is produced by the body to clean the ear canal. It collects fine particles of dust and debris that would otherwise reach the parts of the ear responsible for hearing, causing damage. Unfortunately, sometimes it can build up giving you an uncomfortable full feeling or affect your hearing. Some of this…

The same way that your health can affect your job, your job can also affect your health. This is why a pre-employment medical is so important. It can act as a preventative measure for workplace accidents and health problems. A pre-employment medical is a common prerequisite for various high risk industry jobs like in mining,…

You have probably been told before that you should aim to see your GP at least once a year for a regular check up. But you may not know why you need to. Normally you come out completely fine. You haven’t been feeling sick, and it can be annoying needing to remember to see your…

travel health risk guide

Everyone needs a break once in a while. Holidays give you that time off that you need, as well as giving you something to look forward to in your daily grind. Whether it be a weekend away interstate or a two-week experience overseas, having a break can help you wind down and recharge. In particular,…

As part of our professional services to patients, Central Health Clinic now offers micro-suction of the ear (aural toilet) to those who are eligible. Many patients presenting with ear problems have a build-up of wax and debris in the ear canals. These can be managed by using a suction technique under microscopic guidance. We also…

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