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Ear, nose, and throat medicine (also called otolaryngology or otorhinolaryngology) encompasses a wide range of medical and surgical conditions.
Many people who use their voices for a living may experience either temporary or, on occasion, more long-lasting problems with their voices.
Whether you’re suffering from enlarged tonsils, loud snoring or waking up through the night, we’re here to help.
Nasal congestion, stuffiness, or obstruction to nasal breathing is one of the oldest and most common human complaints.
People with dysphagia have difficulty with swallowing. Some may be unable to swallow solid foods, liquids, or even saliva. If left untreated, swallowing dysphagia can become quite problematic.
Difficulty speaking clearly with flowing cooperation of your lips, tongue, palate and jaw can be improved or rehabilitated.