Your ear is a complex organ that enables you to connect with your surroundings. If a problem arises with any part of the ear, you may become disconnected. We offer both medical and surgical treatments to help you restore your quality of life.
Sinus infections are one of the most chronic health complaints in the U.S., causing an estimated 37 million Americans to experience a variety of cold-like symptoms including congestion, runny nose, sneezing, headaches and facial pain or pressure. We have treatment plans that will bring you long-term relief, whether your sinusitis is acute or chronic.
Disorders of the neck and throat can cause pain and interfere with your ability to speak, swallow, and eat. Your metabolism may be affected, leading to weakness, muscle aches, irritability, weight gain or loss, and sensitivity to heat or cold. Tumors that form in this region can spread to other areas of the body.
Snoring is extremely common: 45 percent of American adults snore occasionally, and 25 percent are habitual snorers. While many consider it a mere nuisance, snoring is actually a sleep disorder that can be the sign of a serious medical condition.
Voice and swallowing disorders can cause discomfort and affect the pitch, volume and tone of your voice. They can also interfere with your ability to eat and drink, and severe cases can lead to malnutrition. These disorders may result from a dysfunctional esophagus or a condition such as hoarseness, laryngitis, vocal cord paralysis or spasmodic dysphonia. Whether the problem results from misuse, inflammation or growths, we’ve got treatments to restore your voice to normal and improve your ability to swallow.
Children are not immune to ear, nose and throat disorders. Our board certified otolaryngologists are skilled in providing medical and surgical solutions for pediatric patients, whether they are suffering from common ear infections or more serious conditions. We provide compassionate and effective care to ensure their good health and your peace of mind.