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Philip A. Matorin, MD, is a highly trained otolaryngology and ENT specialist providing the latest medical and surgical treatment options for disorders of the ears, nose, and throat in adults and children. He has a special interest in allergy, sinus, snoring, and sleep disorders.

He’s a strong advocate for patient education—founding our center around the idea of a holistic approach to medical care. He believes that patients should be highly involved in the decision-making process for their treatment. That’s why Dr. Matorin spends a great deal of time with patients to ensure they fully understand their options.

Dr. Matorin is board-certified in ear, nose, throat, and head and neck surgery by the American Board of Otolaryngology. He is also one of the elite few surgeons in the country who is also board-certified in sleep medicine.

On top of four years of medical school, he also completed six years of specialty training. He participates in the Maintenance of Certification program developed by the American Board of Medical Specialties, promoting lifelong learning and quality improvement.

Dr. Matorin attended Rice University for his undergraduate degree in electrical engineering and completed medical school at UTMB, moving to Baylor College of Medicine for his residency. He trained in general surgery for two years, working in the operating room with the renowned cardiovascular surgeon Dr. DeBakey, and spent the next four years training in otolaryngology under Dr. Bobby Alford. He also trained at MD Anderson Cancer Center. Dr. Matorin has served as Chief of Surgery at West Houston Medical Center and has been elected to multiple leadership positions at the Harris County Medical Society (the largest medical society in the country). He’s been listed in H Texas Magazine’s “Top Doctors” many times.

Dr. Matorin enjoys taking on challenges and employing new devices and new medical treatments to improve the care for all of his patients