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Ear, Nose & Throat Conditions We Treat

Our pediatric specialists treat a wide range of ENT conditions, both common and rare. See a list of the conditions we treat​.

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Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)

Intervals of no airflow through the nose and mouth during sleep despite continued attempts to breathe in and out.

Otitis Media (Ear Infection)

Inflammation of the middle ear, often occurring with a viral upper respiratory tract illness, and is one of the most common diagnoses for U.S. children.

Otorrhea (Ear Drainage)

Otorrhea, or drainage from the ear, can occur after a ruptured ear drum from an acute ear infection, if the ear(s) become infected after tympanostomy tube (ear tube) placement, and from external ear infections.

Pharyngitis & Tonsillitis

An infection of the pharynx and/or tonsils, very common in children, and usually caused by the Streptococcus virus, thus commonly referred to as “strep throat.”

Recurrent Infections

Typically sinusitis (sinus infections), otitis (ear infections), or bronchitis (lung infections).


An infection of the sinuses near the nose, usually occurring after a cold or after an allergic inflammation.


Stridor is the term for noisy breathing that comes from the upper airway (trachea and voice box) and can be heard without a stethoscope

Subglottic Stenosis (SGS)

Subglottic stenosis is a narrowing of the lowest part of the voice box, below the vocal cords.

Swimmer's Ear

Also called otitis externa, a commonly occurring infection of the part of the ear canal between the outside of the ear and the eardrum.

Thyroglossal Duct Cysts

A lump or mass that forms in the center of the front of the neck and is the result of malformation in pregnancy.

Thyroid Cancer

A change in the genes of the cells of the thyroid gland that causes the cells to grow and multiply too much, forming a mass of tissue called a nodule in the lower neck.

Tongue-Tie (Ankyloglossia)

Ankyloglossia, or tongue-tie, is a congenital condition in which the tongue is restricted in movement due to tissue (called a frenulum) tethering it to the mouth floor. Tongue-tie may contribute to infant feeding problems and, as a child ages, may affect speaking and oral hygiene. In many cases, these issues resolve once the condition is treated....