Tinnitus is the medical name for noises or ringing in the ears.
Tympanostomy or Pressure Equalization Tubes (PET) are tubes that are placed into the eardrum to allow fluid and pressure to escape into the ear canal.
Otitis media is the inflammation of the space behind the eardrum called the middle ear.
External Otitis (Swimmer’s Ear) means any type of infection of the outer ear canal.
Epistaxis is the medical term for “nosebleed.” Most nosebleeds stop spontaneously, however, some may be more serious and even life threatening.
Often patients complain of recurrent throat problems including sore throats, bad breath, coughing, itchiness, foreign body sensation, throat clearing, and swallowing difficulties.