The Voice Clinic
Hearing and Balance Disorders
Be it sudden or gradual, the loss of hearing is frustrating at best and socially isolating and professionally counterproductive at worst. Balance disorders can be among the most disruptive to our daily lives.
A consultation with an ENT specialist can help determine the cause of your hearing or balance problems, and determine which rehabilitative or restorative options will work best for you. Below are some of the more common hearing and balance problems we treat at The Voice Clinic.
- Middle ear fluid
- Middle ear infections
- Hearing loss
- Eustachian tube dysfunction
- Ear wax (cerumen)
- External ear infections
- Eardrum rupture (perforated tympanic membrane)
- Ear drainage and discharge (otorrhea)
- Vertigo and Dizziness
- Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV)
- Meniere's disease
- Vestibular neuritis
Ear, nose, and throat medicine (also called otolaryngology or otorhinolaryngology) encompasses a wide range of medical and surgical conditions.
Speech & Voice Therapy
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.