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Irish Rugby internationals Ultan Dillane and Dave Heffernan took advantage of Specsavers’ latest hospital-quality technology ahead of the Guinness Six Nations to help ensure they are at the top of their game.
It is important to take care of our eyes. Poor vision makes it harder to complete simple daily tasks such as reading, driving, and cooking. So when it comes to looking after our eyes' health, we want the best possible care. With that goal in mind Specsavers Galway - Headford Road introduced the revolutionary optical coherence tomography (OCT) scan to its store in June this year.
The audiology team at Specsavers Galway stores is to open a new hearing clinic in The Spiddal Medical Centre, County Galway, commencing Wednesday, October 2.
While the clatter, hubbub and din at any restaurant or family gathering can challenge even the best of hearing, for some it can be a real struggle to hear speech or follow a conversation in a noisy environment.
Hearing loss affects every member of the family, not just the person who suffers from it. Communication becomes a problem and frustrations creep in, as explained by Audiology Medical Services, Ireland.
Fifty families in Mayo and Roscommon are to receive apologies from the HSE after a review of 900 child audiology cases handled by one individual showed what are described as "serious failings."
Hearing loss affects every member of the family, not just the person who suffers from it. Communication becomes a problem and frustrations creep in.
Audiologist Ruairi Keogh has joined the Hidden Hearing clinic at 2A & 2B John Broderick Street, Irishtown Central, Athlone.
Specsavers Castlebar is encouraging people to take a more proactive approach to their hearing health, by holding an open evening on Thursday November 23. The professional hearing team will be on hand to talk to both customers and non-customers about their hearing health, the services available in store, and to answer any hearing-related queries.
John Ryan and Dave Gleeson were inspired to establish Blackberry Hearing due to the high cost of hearing aids in Ireland.