Imagine a singer not being able to sing, or not being able to hear her beautiful music. Not being able to smell the earth after a spring rain, or not being able to taste and enjoy your favorite holiday meal. These are some of the fundamental functions of life that make living so rich and wonderful. Hearing and balance, swallowing and speech, breathing and sleep issues, allergies and sinuses, even facial plastic surgery are conditions that we or ENT specialists (ear, nose, and throat) treats.
We offers a wide range of services covering all aspects of ENT like sinus, ear, mouth, nose or throat care, diagnosis and treatment of ENT problems, injuries, diagnostic equipment to ensure sound evaluation for all patients of all ages.
Provides consultation for disorders and diseases involving your ears, nose and throat area. Patients attending at the OPD(outpatient department) level.
• Endoscopy: Endoscopy to evaluate difficulty in swallowing, breathing.
• Microscopic Ear Suction Clearance: The microscope is used to directly visualise the ear wax whilst it is being removed using either ENT micro-instruments (e.g. ear hook, jobson horne) or gentle suction with a low pressure suction machine and fine sterile probe (microsuction).
• Syringing: Flush debris from the system and Remove ear wax.
• Foreign Body Removal: The removal of foreign bodies from the ear, nose, throat.
Medical management with medicines and lifestyle modification advices.
Regular follow up.
In-ward care of the patients admitted in the hospital.
• Audiological investigations including Audiometry and Tympanometry.
• Vertigo investigations including Videonystagmography.
Surgeries relating to Ear, Nose and Throat.
• Adenoid resection
• Stapes surgery
• Endoscopic Sinus Surgery
• Endoscopic Dacrocystorhinostomy
• Microlaryngeal surgeries
• Thyroid surgeries
• Salivary gland surgeries
Team work surgeries:
• Skull base surgeries
• Oncological surgeries
• Plastic surgeries
Speech Therapy is a treatment technique to improve speech problem in children and adult focuses on receptive language. The approach used varies depending upon the speech disorders. Such disorder originates in the brain, Ear, and Vocal tract and may affect the voice. For better Speech may need physical exercises to strengthen the muscle through speech best techniques to improve clarity, or sound production practices to improve articulation disorder.
Otorhinolaryngology(head and neck surgery) becomes a crucial sub-speciality in the care of the injured. The otolaryngologist’s clinical knowledge base and surgical domain allows the ENT surgeon to uniquely contribute in response to mass casualty incident.
Various otolaryngological injuries :
• Penetrating injuries to neck resulting in injuries to blood vessels and aerodigestive tract.
• Ear trauma resulting in tympanic membrane perforation, damage to other middle ear structures, sensorineural hearing loss and balance disorders.
• Facial lacerations
• Facial fractures
• Airway compromise
• Facial burns
• Nasal trauma
• CSF leaks from nose/ear
• Facial nerve injury
Hearing aids are the most common treatment for hearing loss, it is a device designed to improve hearing by making sound audible to a person with hearing loss.
The inner ear is made up of a snail-shaped chamber called the cochlea, which is filled with fluid and lined with thousands of tiny hair cells. When the vibrations move through this fluid, the tiny outer hair cells react first by amplifying sounds. Then the inner hair cells translate them into electrical nerve impulses and send them to the auditory nerve, which connects the inner ear to the brain. Hearing aids intensify sound vibrations that the damaged outer hair cells have trouble amplifying. The more a person’s outer hair cells are damaged, the higher the hearing aid is turned on.