An otolaryngologist is trained to perform surgical and medical treatment of patients who suffer from ear, nose or throat (ENT) diseases and related structures within the head and neck area.
Otolaryngologists have to treat several different conditions within the ear, nose and throat area. Let's have a look at each body part separately:
Otolaryngologist are trained in seven speciality areas - pediatric otolaryngology (children), otology/neurology (ears, balance, tinnitus), allergy, facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, head and neck, laryngologist (throat) and rhinology (nose). Some doctors limit their expertise to one of those specialities.
Have a question about ENT diseases or need to want to speak to an otolaryngologist? call the Shea Clinic today to set up an appointment with our experts. Call now locally at 901-761-9720 or toll free at 800-477-SHEA.
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