Otolaryngologists are physicians that specialize in the treatment and management of diseases and disorders of the ear, nose, throat, and related bodily structures.
Ear (otology/neurotology) — Hearing and balance are crucial to how we conduct our everyday lives. ENT experts treat situations including ear contamination, hearing loss, dizziness, ringing within the ears (known as tinnitus), ear, face, or neck pain, and more.
Nose (rhinology) — Our noses facilitate respiration by using assistance to keep out probably dangerous dirt, allergens, and different sellers. In addition to allergic reactions, ENT experts treat deviated septum, rhinitis, sinusitis, sinus headaches and migraines, nasal obstruction and surgical treatment, and more.
Throat (laryngology) — Disorders that affect our capacity to speak and swallow properly can have an extraordinary impact on our lives and livelihoods. ENT experts treat sore throat, hoarseness, gastroesophageal reflux sickness (GERD), infections, throat tumors, airway and vocal wire issues, and more.
Head and Neck/Thyroid — The head and neck include some of our frame’s most vital organs, which can be mainly vulnerable to tumors and most cancers. In addition to cancers of the top and neck, ENT experts treat neck loads, Grave’s ailment, enlarged thyroid glands, and more.
Sleep — Being able to breathe and sleep properly through the night time has an effect on the way we revel in life and perform. ENT professionals treat sleep-disordered respiratory, nasal and airway obstruction, snoring and sleep apnea, and more.
DR. P. SURYA SHARAN KUMAR
Otolaryngologists diagnose, manage and treat disorders of the head and neck, including the ears, nose throat, sinuses, voice box (larynx) and other structures. Otolaryngology is a surgical specialty and ENTs are trained in the medical and surgical management of disease.
Otolaryngologists may see adults and children and treat a variety of conditions, such as:
Hearing loss and ear disorders (e.g., ear infection, dizziness, tinnitus).
Allergies (e.g., hay fever, seasonal rhinitis).
Infections (e.g., sinusitis, tonsillitis).
Congenital (present at birth) or acquired abnormalities (e.g., cleft palate, cleft lip, deviated septum, drooping eyelids, loss of smell).