Ear, Nose and Throat
Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgeons diagnose and treat medical and surgical disorders of the ears, nose, throat, (ENT) and related structures of the head and neck. The medical aliments treated by this specialty are the most common that afflict all Americans, old and young, including; hearing loss, balance disorders, chronic ear infections, allergy, nasal and sinus disorders, reconstructive facial plastic and cosmetic surgical concerns, snoring and sleep disorders, swallowing disorders, facial and cranial nerve disorders, head and neck cancer, and more.
ENT physicians are ready to start practicing after completing up to 15 years of college and post-graduate training. To qualify for certification by the American Board of Otolaryngology, an applicant must first complete college, medical school (usually four years), and at least five years of specialty training. Next, the physician must pass the American Board of Otolaryngology examination.
We are proud that our ENT physician is Board Certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology and remains dedicated to the active pursuit of continuing medical education. This ensures that our physician remains on the cutting edge in regard to medical, surgical, and technical advances in the field of otolaryngology.
Otolaryngology is one of the oldest medical specialties in America. At InterMed Otolaryngology, we remain devoted to outstanding, patient care. Our Ear Nose & Throat Specialist and Hearing Service Center are unmatched in quality and commitment. We are dedicated to a high level of patient care and work closely with other physicians to diagnose and treat your medical problems to attempt to bring effective, long-term results.
Some of the services we provide include:
- Medical and surgical treatment of ear, nose and throat disorders
- Full hearing amplification services (hearing aids and amplification)
- Facial plastic and reconstructive surgery
- Endoscopic surgery