Pediatric Ear, Nose & Throat (Otolaryngology)
Advanced Care for Children's Unique Ear, Nose & Throat Needs
We provide pediatric care for a range of ear, nose and throat conditions. Our physicians understand the physical and emotional needs of children with these conditions, and encourage the active participation of parents in all aspects of patient care.
What We Treat
Our team of fellowship-trained pediatric otolaryngologists look to provide exemplary care to both patients and their families. Our team also includes pediatric speech and swallowing pathologists, audiologists, nurses and other specialties, such as plastic surgery, pulmonary, pediatric surgery and gastroenterology, that contribute to our multidisciplinary approach. We treat our patients both medically and surgically when indicated.
Airway problems can range from uncomplicated to life-threatening airway obstructions. Our otolaryngologists use advanced equipment and techniques to precisely diagnose and treat these conditions.Airway Problems
Ear infections, the most common reason children seek pediatric care other than well-baby visits, can be acute, recurring or associated with chronic fluid buildup behind the ear drum. Ear infections can lead to various symptoms, including fevers, not sleeping at night and hearing loss that affects the child's speech and language.Ear Infections
Hearing Loss & Cochlear Implants
We provide a comprehensive range of services to identify and rehabilitate children with congenital hearing loss.Pediatric Hearing Loss
Sinusitis in Children
Our pediatric otolaryngologists are considered national experts on treating sinusitis. Together with our highly skilled allergy and asthma specialists and other physicians, they routinely treat children with complex cases of sinusitis and co-existing conditions.Sinusitis in Children
The pediatric otolaryngology team at Comer Children's treats ENT disorders ranging from common problems affecting children, such as ear, tonsil and sinus infections to more complex problems, like congenital hearing loss and neck masses.Our Pediatric Ear, Nose & Throat Team