Overview of Ear, Nose and Throat
Ear, nose and throat specialists on the medical staff, also known as otolaryngologists or ENTs, treat issues affecting the ear, nose and throat, as well as the head and neck, including the sinuses, mouth, voice box (larynx) and the soft tissues of the neck.
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- Nasal septum issues
- Tumors of the temporal bone and base of the skull
- Acute and chronic infections of the external middle and inner ear
- Stenosis of the ear canal
- Benign and malignant tumors of the temporal bone ear canal and auricle
Ear, Nose and Throat Services
Our ear, nose and throat services include:
Otology/neurotology: Dedicated to the study, diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the ear
Audiology: Audiologists and hearing aid specialists work with you to make the best choice when it comes to hearing loss remedies and therapies. Treatment may range from a variety of hearing aids to implants.
Head and neck surgical oncology: Dedicated to the diagnosis and management of benign and malignant tumors of the head and neck.
Laryngology and voice disorders: Dedicated to the diagnosis and management of diseases of the larynx including benign and malignant tumors, voice disorders and alterations of laryngeal function.
Speech-language pathology and communicative disorders: Services include formal evaluation of speech, voice, language, oral motor disorders, speech voice and language therapy. Also manages swallowing disorders and rehabilitation associated with laryngeal, pharyngeal or esophageal dysfunction.
Rhinology: Specializes in diseases of the nose and sinuses
Specialized Centers for Ear, Nose and Throat Care
The Hearing and Balance Center, located in Temple, Texas, provides comprehensive, experienced medical care for your hearing and balance-related problems through a collaborative effort between otology/neurotology, audiology, physical medicine and rehabilitation and speech-language pathology and communicative disorders.