At Head and Neck Associates ENT (ear, nose and throat specialist) we have a team of experts, including physicians and staff who are dedicated to providing you with the highest quality of care. You’ll find that all of our physicians are board-certified in Otolaryngology. Our clinicians have extensive training in ENT and meet all of the highest education standards.
In addition to graduating from medical school (usually four years), a board certified ENT specialist has completed at least five years of specialty training and passed a certification examination for the American Board of Otolaryngology.
Our ENT specialists are experts in both the medical and surgical management of the following:
If you have an ear disorder or condition, such as a hearing impairment, ear infections, disorders that affect balance, tinnitus (ringing in the ears), or pain in your ear. Our ENT specialists can also treat congenital disorders of the ear (disorders you were born with).
ENT specialists often problems that affect the nose, nasal cavity, and sinuses. These problems can affect smell, breathing, and physical appearance.
Disorders and conditions that affect the throat can affect speech, singing, eating, swallowing, and digestion. Our ENT specialists can diagnose, manage, and treat these problems.
ENT specialists are trained to manage diseases, tumors, trauma, and deformities of the head, neck, and face. Our ENT specialists can perform cosmetic and reconstructive surgery in these areas. They can also manage problems with the nerves in the head and neck that control sight, smelling, hearing, and facial movements.
Our ENT specialists have also completed an additional one to two years of extensive training in one of the following subspecialty areas of otolaryngology: Pediatric otolaryngology (specializing in ENT problems in children Otology/neurotology/audiology (specializing in ears, balance, and tinnitus) Allergy Facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, Head and neck surgery (specializing in tumors of the head and neck)Laryngology (specializing in the throat, voice, and swallowing), Rhinology (specializing in the nose and sinus cavity) Some otolaryngologists also have sub-certifications in sleep medicine.
Among the conditions that are commonly treated by an ear, nose, and throat doctor are:
If you are dealing with one of these conditions or another problem that affects your ears, nose, throat, or a related area, ask your primary care doctor if an ENT specialist may be able to help.