ENT & Audiology

Managing diseases of the ear, nose and throat and related structures of the head and neck.

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Specializes in diagnosing, treating and managing diseases of the ear, nose and throat and related structures of the head and neck.

Our Otolaryngologists will work closely with you to provide you with the Utmost Care and Exceptional Medial Standard then refer to a variety of Support Services like Audiology, Endocrinology, Speech Pathology, Ophthalmology, Dermatology, Allergy & Immunology, or Pediatrics

Symptoms & Diagnosis

The ENT Department is committed to going above and beyond expectations. We offer state-of-the-art care for the following disorders:

ENT & Audiology Doctors

Our doctors, physicians, specialists and support staff are caring, experienced and highly trained in their fields. They are committed to excellence – and more importantly, they are committed to you.

Health Tips & Info

There are many ways to prevent ear, nose, and throat (ENT) disorders or keep them from getting worse. The most common ENT disorders are infections and allergies, and some congenital issues (like a deviated septum) can make you more prone to recurrent symptoms.

Preventing Ear Infections

Ear infections are common ENT disorders. They occur when germs enter the ear and become trapped there.

Ways to prevent ear infections:

  • Avoid exposure to cigarette smoke.
  • Get a diagnosis and treatment if you have allergies.
  • Avoid exposure to contagious respiratory infections if possible.

Certain inherited traits can make some people, especially children, more prone to ear infections. Sometimes children who experience repeated ear infections need to have ear tubes placed to help prevent recurrent infections.

Preventing Sinus Infections

Sinus infections occur when germs enter one of the hollow cavities in the skull surrounding the eyes and nose. A sinus infection may feel like a very bad cold that doesn't go away after the usual 2 to 3 weeks.

Here are some ways you can protect yourself.

  • If you have a cold, use a saline nasal spray (available over the counter) to keep your nasal passages from becoming blocked.
  • Do not fly if you have a cold. If you must fly, consider the use of a decongestant and nasal spray 30 minutes before take-off.
  • Try using saline nasal spray daily for chronic sinusitis.

If you have chronic sinusitis, make sure you talk to your doctor to see if you have an allergy or a blockage that's preventing you from getting better.


Preventing Sore Throat

There are many causes of sore throat, including infections, acid reflux, sleep apnea or more severe and rare disorders, such as cancer. A very common cause of sore throat is a bacterial or viral infection, so practicing good hygiene, such as frequent hand washing, is a good way to prevent sore throat.

Here are some other suggestions:

  • Get plenty of rest and exercise to bolster your immune system.
  • Avoid exposure to cigarette smoke.
  • Do not spend long periods of time outside in poor air quality areas.
  • Get treatment if you have esophageal reflux.

If your sore throat doesn't clear up within a few days, see your doctor.

Clean out the earwax

Maybe don’t do this one yourself, but getting them cleaned out every so often by a physician will ensure that you remain healthy. This will help prevent ear infections and even temporary tinnitus. 

Flush out the nose and sinuses

Every now and then, it’s good to flush out the sinuses of any pollen or dust. This prevents allergic reactions or sinus infections. For those that deal with year-round allergies or even chronic sinusitis, it may be best to rinse the sinuses more often. One great tool is the Neti Pot, an irrigation bottle and water dispenser that you can find at any pharmacy or drugstore.

Stay hydrated

If you’ve read these tips above, then you’ve probably heard this a million times. But dizziness can be caused by dehydration. That means drinking plenty of water, not caffeine or alcohol, which causes further problems. 

We Strive To Provide You & Your Family With The Best Medical And General Practice Care!

Medical Services

The medical team works with other departments and specialties to ensure that our patients receive the best care for their needs.

Emergency Cases

High Caliber Team of Emergency Doctors, On-call Physicians, and Nurses, always available to you 24 hours a day, seven days a week to treat anyone seeking urgent Medical Care.

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