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Clear Hearing Solution is the chosen name for hearing loss assessments and ear treatments for the communities of The Vale of Glamorgan and beyond. Our senior practitioner, with over 16 years’ experience in the world of audiology will share the importance of ear health, balance, for you and your children, at a competitive price, allowing you to receive the treatment without worrying about the cost. Book an appointment with us today or learn more about our team before your visit.

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Goodsheds Hood Road, Barry,

Clear Hearing Solution Unit 32,

second floor next to the lift,

CF62 5BE

Opening Hours

  • Monday - Friday Open by appointment only
  • Saturday Closed
  • Sunday Closed


Yes, as highly trained practitioners we are fully qualified in the correct technique to remove ear wax.

Glue ear is one of the most common childhood conditions, which is often linked with ear infection and can affect children’s hearing, speech development, and cause them to fall behind at school. We will examine your child’s ears and carry out further assessments to determine if this condition is present. 

There are a number of reasons for blockages in the ear, including ear wax and glue ear. If you experience any of these symptoms it is extremely important that you seek advice from a fully qualified audiologist.

Seeking the advice of a qualified clinician can ensure a quick and accurate diagnosis which means the correct treatment can be dispensed straight away.

Not always. Not every person will experience age related hearing loss, however it is vitally important to maintain hearing function, much the same as you would maintain your vision, teeth or blood sugar levels. Therefore, checking in with a professional and qualified audiologists helps with longevity of hearing.

Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) is one if the main conditions that causes dizziness. 

This is a common inner ear balance disorder. It typically gives you short, intense spells of dizziness when you move your head into specific positions (often lying down, rolling over or looking up). The condition is caused by crystals in the fluid within the balance organ in the ear. These can occur following a head trauma or inner ear infection, or they may occur with no known cause. The crystals cause your ear(s) to respond to head movement or gravity in an abnormal way.

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