EARWAYS MEDICAL offers an innovative, fresh approach to ear care, for healthcare professionals and accessible use at home. The novel EarWay® Pro and EarWay® HomeCare products are designed to enable simple cerumen extraction and management of earwax accumulation and impaction.
Earwax - Good or Bad?
Earwax, also known as cerumen, protects the ear canal from bacteria, water and dust. The ear’s self-cleaning mechanism drives the earwax out of the ear canal. Failure of this mechanism may cause earwax impaction.
Innovative design enables simple removal of earwax from the ear canal in one cluster. The flexible, helix-shaped tip manoeuvres along the walls of the ear canal, gathering cerumen and extracting it in one cluster.
Proven in clinical studies, EarWays’ technology ensures safe and effective cerumen extraction, without harming the ear canal or eardrum. When untreated, earwax impaction may lead to loss of hearing, which can affect cognitive capabilities.
EARWAYS MEDICAL is dedicated to improving the wellbeing of millions of children and adults in need of innovative, clinically proven, accessible ear-care solutions, around the world.
DR. AMIR KRAITZERFounder & CTO
Dr. Amir Kraitzer is a biomaterials specialist, entrepreneur, and inventor in the field of medical devices. He has a proven track record in management and problem-solving in both industrial and scientific environments… Read more
Ms. Yael Karlin has extensive international experience in the start-up ecosystem with a comprehensive knowledge of the life science industry. Since 2008, she has advised and coached start-ups on strategy… Read more
Removing Impacted Earwax
Cerumen impaction is the leading cause of temporary hearing loss. The EarWay® devices’ flexible helical open profile enables simple removal of impacted earwax, providing quick relief and enhancing the well-being of patients.
EarWays enables simple removal of
earwax by healthcare professionals
(Ear Nose and Throat specialists),
GPs, paediatricians and certified nurses.
Symptoms caused by earwax clogging
include hearing loss, directly
affecting quality of life. In some
cases, impacted earwax can cause
earache, and in rare incidents tinnitus
(ringing in the ear) dizziness, and
vertigo (loss of balance).
Hi Dr. Kraitzer, I suffer from chronic
cerumen impaction. I just got out of
my routine ENT visit, and have been
treated with the EarWay® Pro device.
The treatment that usually lasts over
20 minutes, this time it took a minute
and a half for both ears!!!