Could COVID-19 cause tinnitus or hearing loss?

COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, brings with it a host of health concerns. Most of these symptoms are respiratory in nature as reported by the CDC; shortness of breath, coughing, sore throat [1]. However, there is some concern that the coronavirus may cause some neurological symptoms as well. In a study of [...]

COVID-19 Update: Beginning to See More Patients in Office May 1st

Over the last few weeks, we have been doing our best to support our patients with telehealth appointments and seeing urgent cases only in the office. Beginning May 1st, we will be starting to see more patients in our offices following a specific protocol to ensure the health and safety of our patients and staff.  [...]

April 28th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|

Did you know that sleep apnea and hearing loss could be linked?

While researchers are still studying the relationship between the two, hearing loss and sleep apnea appear strongly linked, according to several studies published in the past few years. One, a study of nearly 14,000 people found that hearing impairment was more common among those who had a higher body mass index, snored and had severe sleep apnea. [...]

Most Common Nose Symptoms

Nobody likes a stuffy nose. Nasal congestion is another term for a stuffy nose. Believe it or not, a stuffy nose is often just a symptom of another health problem. The most common cause could be the common cold. The nasal cavity filters, humidifies, and warms the air that we breathe, and the sinuses are [...]

March 9th, 2018|Categories: General|

Top 4 Symptoms of Ear Infections

What are some of the most common ear problems? There are many ENT disorders that exist, and even more signs and symptoms associated with each one. The list can get pretty long which can leave many people baffled when it comes to treating any of these symptoms. Let's break down the top 4 most common [...]

March 9th, 2018|Categories: General|

Starting May 1st, we will be starting to see patients in our offices and implementing a specific safety protocol. Please click here for Patient Instructions for in-office visits.