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Ear Wax Removal

If you experience any of the following symptoms:

Blocked ears?

Whistling hearing aids?

Muffled sounds?

Ringing or buzzing sounds?

TV up loud?

If so you may have ear wax build-up. visit our Ear Wax Removal page to learn more.

Diabetes / Obesity

If you experience any of the following symptoms:

More fat around your belly than you’d like?

Brain Fog, sleep problems, fatigue?

Type 2 Diabetes?

High Blood Pressure?

A family history of heart disease?

High levels of blood triglycerides?

Retain water easily?

Patches of darker-coloured skin, little bumps of skin (skin tags) at your neck, armpit or other areas?

Have a family member with Insulin resistance or Type 2 diabetes?

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (women) or erectile dysfunction (men)

If so the chances are that you have insulin resistance, visit our diabetes/obesity page to learn more.

Point of Care Testing

Routine blood glucose (sugar) measurement

Random blood sugar levels fluctuate depending on the length of time since the person last ate and the type of food eaten. They are used to help diagnose or treat diabetes.

Lipids – total Cholesterol HDL, LDL & Tryglycerides

Cholesterol is a waxy fat like substance made in the liver and found in all cells of the body. It is hugely important in many key physiological processes around the body.


This reflects the average plasma glucose (blood sugar) over the previous 8-12 weeks. HbA1c stands for Haemoglobin A1c or glycated haemoglobin.


This test measures the amount of insulin in your blood. Insulin is a hormone that helps move glucose (blood sugar), from your bloodstream into your cells.

What happens during these tests?

A finger is pricked using a sterile lancet, and a small sample of blood taken either directly onto the test strip or into a pipette, depending on the amount of blood required.

Go to our Point of Care Testing page to learn more.