Summer is here and it’s that time of the year for more pool time and an increase in Swimmer’s Ear.
An article in Healthy Hearing explains what it is, how you get Swimmer’s Ear and the problems it can cause – you can read the full article here: click here for the article
* Dry your ears after swimming – with a towel or cloth
* Tilt your head to each side for excess water to drain
* Use earplugs or a swimming cap to keep water out of the ears
* Don’t use cotton swabs to dry the ears
* A hair dryer on a low setting can be used to dry out the ears
We want you to have a fun-filled summer and not worry about Swimmer’s Ear. If you would like more information or have questions, give us a call at 727-323-2471.
Susan E. Terry, Au.D., F-AAA, F-NAP
Doctor of Audiology
P.S. We are here to help if you have any questions about your hearing, feel free to give us a call at 727-323-2471