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The ear, nose, and throat doctors at Enticare ENT, provide treatment for diseases of the ears, nose, and throat in children and adults through surgical and non-surgical techniques. Our team is comprised of Surgical Providers, Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistants, Audiologists, Hearing instrument specialists, Respiratory therapists and Sleep technicians.
ENT stands for Ear, Nose, and Throat. Otolaryngologist, an ENT medical doctor, is trained in disorders and conditions relating to the head and neck region of your body. If you have a problem related to your ear, nose, or throat, you may need to see an ENT physician at Enticare. Click here for more
Restful sleep is an integral part of good health. Most people need 7 to 8 hours of sleep to optimally function. With the advancement of technology, it is becoming more and more difficult to get quality sleep. Our brain is constantly agitated by various forms of alerts and visual stimulants. These irritants do not allow the brain to unwind and focus on rest. There are various forms of sleep disturbances. At Enticare, we work as a team to figure out the source of your sleep problems and help to try to work through these issues. Click here for more information!
Sneezing? Runny nose? Congested? You may be experiencing symptoms of Allergic Rhinitis. The symptoms you have been dealing with may be due to swelling and discomfort that commonly results from allergic reactions in the body. At Enticare, we perform comprehensive allergy testing and therapies to assist in decreasing your symptoms to help improve your quality of life. To find out more Click here for more information!
Are you having difficulty hearing conversations around you? Do you mind yourself reading lips? Experiencing any ringing in your ears? Enticare Audiologists and specialists can conduct a wide variety of tests to determine the exact nature of an individual’s hearing problem. They present a variety of treatment options to patients with hearing impairment. Audiologists dispense and fit hearing aids and other assistive listening devices, administer tests of balance to evaluate dizziness and provide hearing rehabilitation training. In addition, audiologists assess central auditory processing skills and provide assistance in the management of tinnitus. Click here for more information!