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Tinnitus – A new clinic in Gloucestershire

Mr Matthew Clark is working in collaboration with The Tinnitus Clinic to provide a new range evidence-based tinnitus treatments to people living in Gloucestershire and the surrounding area. This new service is available at the Nuffield Hospital, Cheltenham where specialist audiologists can provide assessment and treatment for tinnitus and hyperacusis, using pioneering therapies that are exclusive to The Tinnitus Clinic. Treatment is available for: Tinnitus Hyperacusis For other audiological conditions …Read More

Lifestyle can help stop snoring

Snoring self-help tips: Maintain a healthy diet and weight. Being overweight by just a few kilograms can lead to snoring. Fatty tissue around your neck squeezes the airway and prevents air from flowing in and out freely. Try to sleep on your side rather than your back. While sleeping on your back, your tongue, chin and any excess fatty tissue under your chin will probably relax and squash your airway. Sleeping …Read More

Glue Ear is easily treated

Are you aware that Glue Ear is a common condition, mainly in children, that is easily treated. Glue ear is where liquid accumulates behind the eardrum resulting in hearing loss, and affecting childrens speech. A simple procedure of inserting grommets will correct the problem. Glue Ear is one of the most common reasons a child has a general anaesthetic in the UK. If your child is suffering from Glue Ear, …Read More

Our new website

Thank you for visiting the new ENTRUST website. We hope you find the website informative, easy to use and enjoy reading about the latest happenings at ENTRUST. If you do have any feedback regarding the website please feel free to email us and let us know what you think of it. We would like to take this opportunity to thank www.smart-comms.co.uk in Gloucester very much for creating the website for …Read More

Medics help health teams in Uganda ‘move forward’

MEDICS from Gloucestershire have returned from sharing their expertise in Uganda. County hospital staff from the ear, nose and throat department spent two weeks in the African country passing on their skills to local doctors. Consultant ear, nose and throat surgeon Matthew Clark was on his second trip to the country, where life expectancy is 48 years for men and 57 for women. Mr Clark, who works at Cheltenham General …Read More