Ear, Nose and Throat Conditions We Treat

Our ear, nose and throat specialists deliver exceptional care for common and complex conditions.

Ear Conditions

  • Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, a spinning sensation that occurs when your head changes position
  • Ear barotrauma, ear damage due to pressure differences in different parts of the ear
  • Impacted earwax, buildups of earwax that may cause pain, dizziness, hearing loss and more 
  • Labyrinthitis, inflammation in the inner ear, which contains fluid-filled sacs
  • Ménière’s disease, balance disorder caused by an issue with the inner ear
  • Microtia, congenital birth disorder affecting the external part of the ear
  • Middle ear infection, an infection that occurs in the area behind the eardrum 
  • Otitis externa, inflammation, irritation or infection affecting the outer ear canal
  • Tinnitus, ringing in the ears that may also sound like roaring, buzzing or clicking 
  • Vestibular balance disorder, dizziness due to inner ear injuries or disorders

Pediatric ENT

  • Chronic nosebleeds (epistaxis), frequent bleeding that occurs when a blood vessel in the nose breaks
  • Mastoiditis, a complication of ear infections that affects the nearby mastoid bone
  • Middle ear infection, an infection that occurs behind the eardrum 
  • Ruptured eardrum, tear in the tissue separating the ear canal from the middle ear
  • Stridor, noisy, high-pitched breathing due to a partial airway blockage 
  • Swimmer's ear, inflammation in the internal ear canal due to fungus or bacteria
  • Tongue ties, short bands of tissue that connect the tongue to the bottom of the mouth

Voice Disorders

  • Laryngitis, inflammation in your voice box due to illness, overuse or injury
  • Spasmodic dysphonia, muscle spasms affecting your voice box or larynx
  • Vocal cord disorders, group of conditions affecting your ability to talk
  • Vocal cord paralysis, an interruption of the nerve impulses that control the vocal cords 
  • Voice disorders, issues with the pitch, volume or tone of your voice

Sinus Disease

  • Allergic fungal sinusitis, fungal infection in the sinuses due to an allergic reaction
  • Chronic rhinitis, recurring, long-lasting episodes of stuffy or running nose, sneezing and itching
  • Chronic sinusitis, recurring, long-lasting infections in the tissue lining the sinuses
  • Deviated septum, an abnormal shift in the wall separating the nose’s two chambers 
  • Nasal polyps, swollen, sac-like growths of inflamed tissue 
  • Nasal valve collapse, weakness or narrowing in the valve that controls airflow through the nose

Sleep Apnea

Cancers and Other ENT Conditions

  • Acoustic neuroma, a rare tumor in the inner ear that can affect balance 
  • Bell's palsy, unexplained, temporary facial muscle weakness or paralysis
  • Chronic nosebleeds (epistaxis), frequent bleeding that occurs when a blood vessel in the nose breaks
  • Dysphagia, difficulty swallowing
  • Ear and temporal bone cancer, a rare form of cancer affecting the area of your skull near the ear
  • Gender dysphoria, distress in transgender individuals whose appearance does not match their gender identity
  • Laryngeal cancer, abnormal cell growths affecting the voice box (larynx) that can spread to other areas of the body 
  • Laryngeal stenosis, narrowing of the airway near the larynx
  • Nasal obstruction, mucus buildups, injuries and other conditions that make it difficult to breathe through your nose
  • Nasopharyngeal cancer, abnormal growths in the top part of the throat that allows you to breathe through your nose 
  • Papillary thyroid cancer, a common form of thyroid cancer, which affects glands in your throat
  • Pharyngitis and tonsillitis, infections affecting the tonsils or throat
  • Temporomandibular disorders (TMD), disorders in muscles, joints and nerves near the jaw that cause chronic facial pain
  • Trachea tumors, rare condition in which abnormal growths form in the windpipe (trachea) 
  • Tracheal stenosis, narrowing of the airway between the voice box and the lungs

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