The latest technology and treatments for tomorrow's standard of care
Your ears, nose and throat are all part of your upper respiratory system and are closely connected. This means a problem affecting one area, such as your ears, may also affect other areas.
Doctors with a specialty in ENT (ear, nose and throat), or more formally known as otolaryngologists, treat and manage conditions and disorders affecting your ears, nose and throat and related areas of the head and neck. Main Line Health’s ENT experts have offices throughout the Philadelphia region and treat a wide range of conditions affecting children and adults, including:
- Hearing loss
- Balance problems
- Voice disorders
- Swallowing issues
They are also surgeons with experience treating cancers and removing tumors that occur anywhere on the head or neck such as:
They also perform the full range of cosmetic facial surgeries.
Why choose Main Line Health for ear, nose and throat services?
Main Line Health ENT specialists receive some of the most intensive preparation of all the medical specialties, with a minimum of nine years of training in both medicine and surgery before certification by the American Board of Otolaryngology. Many of our ENT specialists have pursued fellowships that provide additional training in related subspecialties.
Experience treating complex conditions
Our ENT specialists can manage your medical treatment and are also qualified to perform surgery on your head and neck, if it is needed. Many of our physicians have also had extensive training in subspecialty areas for the treatment of allergies, facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, laryngology (throat), otology/neurotology (ears, balance, and tinnitus), pediatric otolaryngology (children), rhinology (nose), and sleep disorders.
Collaborative care with specialists
Our ENT specialists will work collaboratively with other specialists to ensure the best possible care for your individual treatment plan. Your care team may also include surgical, medical and radiation oncologists, dentists, reconstructive and oral surgeons, occupational and physical therapists and speech pathologists.
Access to the latest technologies and treatments
We offer the latest digital hearing aids, as well as laser therapy for vocal cord and voice box disorders, swallowing problems, and balance disorders. In addition to receiving the best available current medical therapies and surgical procedures for your ear, nose and throat disorder, you can participate, if eligible, in clinical trials for new treatments that may become tomorrow’s standard of care.