Ears: Hearing Loss, Ear Infections, Balance Disorders, Ear Noise, Nerve Pain and Disorders of the Facial and Cranial Nerves are some of the conditions that may be treated with medical and surgical procedures. Congenital Disorders of the inner ear and outer ear can be treated by an Otolaryngologist.
Nose: Otolaryngologists care for the nose and sinuses as their primary tasks. The sense of smell and allergies is part of managing them.
Throat: Speech and song affect this area in one way or another. Otolaryngologists have expertise in treating diseases of the voice box and upper airways, such as voice and swallowing disorders.
Head & Neck: Nerves are located in the body and are used to control the senses of sight, hearing and smell. Otolaryngologists are well-equipped to treat facial injuries, as well as infections, benign and Cancer-causing Tumours, and deformities of the face.