If you’re suffering from an ear, nose and throat condition or have a general ENT question, our experienced staff has the resources to help. Whether you are experiencing ear pain, tinnitus, balance issues, sore throat or cough, we’ve got solutions to improve your quality of life.
One of the functions of the inner ear is to maintain balance. It contains the vestibular system, which transmits balance information to the brain based on the position and movement of the head in relation to gravity. Faulty signals cause the brain to make unnecessary adjustments, and lead to dizziness or vertigo. READ MORE
Tinnitus, or ringing in the ears, is a common affliction often associated with hearing loss. Others describe it as resembling a hiss, roar, whoosh, whistle, or buzz. It is characterized as a symptom and not a disease, and while there is no cure, understanding the underlying cause is integral in coming up with a treatment solution. READ MORE
A sore throat, sometimes referred to as pharyngitis, is a painful irritation and inflammation of the throat. It may be accompanied by scratchiness, swollen glands, hoarseness, inflamed tonsils and/or adenoids, fever, chills, cough, runny nose, sneezing, headache, nausea, vomiting, and aching muscles or joints. READ MORE
A cough is a natural reflex that allows your body to clear the air passages of substances that cause irritation. It occurs when an irritant in the throat or airway triggers the lungs to forcefully expel air in an effort to dislodge the irritant. Coughing is normal, and something we all do on occasion. Should it persist more than a few weeks, it’s a good idea to seek medical attention to rule out an underlying condition. READ MORE