The Right Place For Your Needs
Sheridan Memorial Hospital’s Ear, Nose & Throat clinic offers compassionate, specialized care to diagnose and treat a broad range of conditions. When you suffer from ailments affecting your ears, nose, and throat, you are not at your best. Our Ear, Nose and Throat staff are committed to enhancing your day-to-day life by providing pediatric and adult patients with a broad range of medical and surgical treatments. Allow us to help you manage conditions such as sinus infections, tonsil and adenoid problems, allergies, nasal airway obstruction, voice problems, ear infections, hearing loss, balance disorders, and other ear problems.
Otolaryngologists medically and surgically treat a variety of conditions affecting the ears, nose, and throat as well as commonly related conditions such as allergic disease in both pediatric and adult patients. As a member of the American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy, our provider receives support through education, research, and advocacy to enhance her knowledge and skill in the care of allergic patients.
- Allergy testing and shots — learn more here
- Ear tubes
- Ear wax removal
- Hearing problems or loss
- Ear infections (otitis)
- Earaches, dizziness and vertigo
- Eardrum perforations and repair (Tympanoplasty)
- Swimmer’s ear (bacteria inside the ear canal)
- Nasal airway obstruction
- Deviated septum
- Allergy issues
- Snoring issues
- Sinus surgery
- Tonsil & adenoid issues
- Tongue tied
- Laryngoscopy (examination of vocal cords)
- Voice problems
- Diagnosis of throat cancer
The Audiology office within Ear, Nose and Throat continues to grow. We welcome Shalyn Ballew, Au.D, our newest Audiologist who joins Pattie Visscher, Au.D. Also on staff is Sonia Coleman, our Audiology office coordinator.
An audiologist is a healthcare professional who can help prevent, diagnose, and treat hearing and balance disorders in people of all ages. Audiologists help people improve their communication with others around them by offering those with listening difficulties increased access to auditory information via amplification options as well as communication and listening strategies. The focus for audiology within the ENT practice is diagnostic testing; both to support Dr. Cheryl Varner, the otolaryngologist, and to work with patients directly to monitor hearing status and investigate the need for amplification. Direct audiology services are new to our ENT practice.
- Facial trauma
- Biopsy & removal of skin lesions of the head & neck