About otolaryngology (ENT)
An otolaryngologist is a medical specialist who treats diseases and disorders of the ears, nose, sinuses, mouth, tongue, voice box, neck, larynx, trachea, bronchi, lungs, esophagus. Other common practices that fall under the umbrella of ENT include:
- ENT Surgeons
Should you see an ENT?
There are a few different reasons why you might need to see an ENT. One reason is if you have a condition, such as allergies, sinusitis, sore throat, difficulty swallowing, or any other conditions of the face, head, ears, nose, or throat.
We commonly treat
Chronic sinus pain
Chronic sinus pain can be miserable, especially when it continues to come back no matter what you try. We diagnose and treat chronic sinus pain every day.Learn more
You may suffer from constant allergies and think there is no end in sight, but you don't have to worry anymore! Learn more about allergies, including how they're diagnosed or treated at our office today.Learn more
Nasal congestion & deviated septum
Struggling to breathe through your nose causes fatigue and difficulty sleeping. It can also cause other sinus issues.Learn more
Eustachian Tube Dysfunction (ETD)
Have you been living with muffled hearing, plugged ears, or popping sensations? Your problem could be Eustachian Tube Disorder. ETD is common in both children and adults alike.Schedule today
Trouble sleeping, fatigue, weight loss, weight gain, and sensitivity to cold are all signs of an underactive or overactive thyroid. Schedule today to learn more.Schedule today