Your throat plays a vital role in many of your body’s functions: breathing, swallowing, and speaking, just to name a few.
If you begin to have trouble with any of these or other throat-related activities, please contact us. There are a number of reasons such things occur, and seeing a trusted professional will ensure you receive the accurate diagnosis and effective treatment you need to live a more normal life.
Please review the information provided on this site, and don’t hesitate to call our practice to learn more. The earlier we can detect a throat-related difficulty, the earlier we can provide a more effective method of treatment.
Conditions We Treat
Voice Box (Laryngeal) Cancer
Voice box cancer or laryngeal cancer refers to the uncontrolled growth of malignant, abnormal cells in the larynx, which is part of the throat and holds the vocal cords.
Nodules, Polyps, and Cysts
Vocal Cord Paralysis
GERD and LPR
Treatments & Procedure Options
Tonsillectomy and Adenoids Post-Op
After a tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy — usually performed to remove chronically problematic tonsils and adenoids — it’s important to control pain, drink plenty of fluids, get bed rest, and go easy on activities for a while. Scabbing and some swelling are normal, but contact the doctor if problems such as a high fever or bleeding occur.