Comprehensive Ear, Nose, Throat (ENT) and Asthma care for adults and children in Philadelphia and the surrounding suburbs.
Helping you find relief
Allergies, asthma, sinus congestion, headaches and their related symptoms can make life difficult. The ENT and Allergy Specialists team is here to help you find relief, and for your convenience we have several locations close to home - Phoenixville, Pottstown, Bryn Mawr and East Norriton . Count on our expertise for an accurate diagnosis, a thorough explanation of all your treatment options, and care that focuses on your total well-being.
Conditions we treat
Whether sneezing, sniffling, itching, wheezing and coughing are daily issues, or simply occasional annoyances, we can help. Our physicians will determine if your triggers are related to seasonal factors, food, skin or drug allergies, immunodeficiency's, eosinophilic esophagitis or other causes and recommend the most effective treatment options.
Better Nasal Airway/Improved Sports Endurance – A better nasal airway can have many positive effects on your life including improved comfort, reduced snoring and sinus infections, and even improved sports endurance.
Ear pain, hearing difficulties and other disorders of the ear can affect everything from balance in adults to speech development in children. We can diagnose the cause of ear infections, dizziness, tinnitus or hearing loss, evaluating all potential causes from inner ear fluid to a potential perforated ear drum or other causes. In most cases medical treatment can resolve these problems without surgery. And when surgery is necessary we have the expertise to perform minimally invasive procedures to relieve these problems safely and with little or no discomfort.
Head and Neck Cancer and Disorders
Hoarseness lasting longer than 2 weeks can indicate vocal cord cancer and requires an evaluation by an ENT physician. Thyroid and parathyroid conditions, and masses in the head and neck, including cancer, can be diagnosed and treated by our physicians in coordination with oncologists, endocrinologists and other specialists. Early diagnosis and treatment are important to obtain the best results. If you have any of these symptoms or are unsure you should speak to your family doctor immediately and ask if you need a referral to see a specialist in our practice.
The ability to hear is essential to quality of life. When hearing is impaired, relationships, the ability to work, confidence in social situations and so much more can be negatively affected. The good news is that when hearing disorders are properly diagnosed, relief is possible and life can get better.
Children require specialized care when it comes to ear, nose and throat conditions, allergies and asthma. All of our Board Certified physicians have received special training in the unique care of our youngest patients. Whatever the condition, from enlarged tonsils or adenoids, to allergies, wheezing, ear pain or other problems, we'll help your child smile again. Most ENT-related conditions in children can be resolved without surgery. For those children who need it, our physicians and facilities are certified in the care of children.
A problem with your sinuses and nasal airways can result in everything from sneezing and congestion, to headaches, sleep issues and reduced sports endurance. We'll pinpoint the cause, whether your issue is related to sinusitis, rhinitis, allergies, nasal polyps, a deviated septum or other conditions. We offer cutting-edge medical and surgical treatment options, including sublingual immunotherapy (at-home therapy without shots), non-surgical balloon sinuplasty and minimally invasive advanced endoscopic sinus surgery.
Sleep Disturbances and Snoring
We all know that a lack of sleep can make it difficult to work or simply enjoy life. But, sleep disturbances like snoring and sleep apnea are more than just an annoyance. A long-term pattern of sleep interruptions can cause serious health problems. Our specialists can help you get the restful sleep you need.
Conditions of the throat and neck can result in chronic cough, speech and swallowing problems, chronic sore throat, hoarseness, vocal cord paralysis and aspiration (choking on food). Our physicians can offer treatments to resolve the underlying conditions and prevent long-term complications.
Millions of Americans suffer from tinnitus or head noises. These can occur as an intermittent sound or an annoying continuous sound in one or both ears. The pitch of these sounds can range from a low roar to a high squeal or whine.