We are a medical practice specializing in otolaryngology – head & neck surgery; facial plastic & reconstructive surgery. This includes otolaryngic (ear, nose & throat) and allergy. We treat both medical & surgical conditions of the ears, nose, throat, head & neck. Our goal is to provide thoughtful, compassionate care to help you achieve optimal health. We welcome both adults and children.
Our team of physicians and audiologists treat patients with common ear conditions including hearing loss, chronic ear infections, balance disorders and ear noise (tinnitus). We provide medical and surgical options to best help our patients.
Allergies & Sinus
Approximately 50 million Americans suffer from allergies. We offer in-office allergy testing to identify your specific allergies and determine the best treatment plan.
Allergies are just one of many triggers for sinusitis, an inflammatory condition affecting the sinus cavities. We can identify the causes of your sinus problems and determine what medical or possibly surgical intervention will provide relief.
If you suffer from vertigo and dizziness, chronic headaches or other conditions, our team of physicians can help you find the root cause and offer treatment options.
Neck & Throat Conditions
The throat and neck house the voice box (larynx), esophagus, and thyroid gland, and thus are involved with vital functions like communicating, eating and the body’s endocrine system. We address disorders that develop as a result of infection, disease or obstruction.
Your tonsils and adenoids are also located in the throat. Infections can lead to airway obstruction or apnea. When appropriate, we treat chronic problems with a minimally invasive tonsillectomy procedure.
What is an Otolaryngologist?
An Otolaryngologist specializes in treating both medical and surgical conditions of the ears, nose, throat, head and neck. This includes head and neck surgery, facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, ear, nose and throat allergies, hearing problems, voice disorders, snoring and sleep disorders.
Have Trouble Sleeping?
Millions of Americans suffer from lack of sleep, which contributes to other health issues such as heart disease, diabetes, memory loss and stress. Snoring is a common sleep disrupter and can be caused by obstruction or a condition called sleep apnea, a disorder where the breathing repeatedly stops and starts. It is a serious condition that often requires medical attention.
PHC Head, Neck & Ear physicians can diagnose your sleeping or snoring problems and discuss medical or surgical treatment options.