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Therapy or cosmetic?: You have a choice to make! both plastic surgeons and ENT surgeons perform nasal procedures/nose jobs. Check your local referral network and visit the surgeons websites and office. View before and after photos from your surgeon. Medical diagnoses such as a deviated septum and associated breathing problems are occasionally covered benefit. Check your policy. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Also known as otolaryngology, this medical specialty deals with the diagnosis and (medical & surgical) management of diseases of the ears, nose, mouth, throat, neck, sinuses, voice box and face. Some areas of expertise in otolaryngology include voice and swallowing problems, facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, allergy, hearing and balance disorders, nasal and ...Read more
Trying to decide who to see?? ENT or maxofacial or neck dr. My ears leak slightly with fullness, pain is kind of mastoid area by ear, face, neck/shoul
My husband went to a chiropractor for upper back neck pain. He performed a neck adjustment and my husband has been dizzy 24/7 since. MRI and CT show no arterial dissection. He has a herniated disc at C6-C7. He's seen an ENT and orthopedic surgeon, and no
Needs further evalua: Does he get dizzy when he turns our bend his neck? He may have instability. He needs a full cervical xray exam including bending views to check for instability. What did the MRI of the cervical spine show? Is there stenosis or cord compression? He should not have any manipulations on his neck any more. If his surgeon can not figure out what is going on, does not hurt to get a second opinion. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Varies: Hoarseness or huskiness of the voice is almost always a symptom related to the vocal folds. Therefore an ENT doctor is the correct specialist for you. Diseases that cause a persistent hoarse voice can vary from voice abuse to gerd to cancer. You need to have a laryngoscopy (direct visualization of the vocal folds). The other possibility is the prolonged use of inhaled meds for asthma. ...Read more
Pressure in ears and head and ringing ears. Can my neck cause that? Other causes? See neuro tomorrow ok to wait?
Ok to wait: Ringing in your ears has many sources. It is OK to wait until your appt. ...Read more
Residents evaluate: Best trauma centres are managed by residents, they evaluate first and call the attending surgeons if surgery is needed, most of the time have to wait till swelling goes down, some time it takes wks, . ...Read more
Sometimes: If your head/neck symptoms are stemming from pathology in the brain or cervical spine then these tests may reveal something. If its muscular pain, then probably not. Realize that an MRI is just a picture at that point in time, and is not a physiologic test. However, it can be a very helpful test, especially if the symptoms aren't going away in a few weeks time. ...Read more
Is it easy for a ENT Dr to see a throat or tonsil tumor? PCP says I have TMJ cuz my ear hurts into tonsil area and along lower jaw bone. Jaw clicks.
What type of doctors do I see for neck muscle injuries? Or undetermined neck pains? Would ENT doctors work?
PCP or ortho: Go to your primary care doctor or an orthopedic specialist. Ent means ears, nose, throat - they do not do neck muscles and bones. ...Read more
Have IIH. forehead headache/eye pain, neck and base of skull feel puffy and stiff. Seeing Dr. next week for new med. can I do something in meantime?
Yes!: Idiopathic intracranial hypertension,formerly called benign intracranial hypertension or pseudotumor cerebri, is most often caused by obesity. It can also be caused by certain medications. So you can review your medications against an online list of those meds that cause the condition. Take a list of your meds to your appt. Begin a diet and exercise program starting with eating less and walking. ...Read more
My neurologist says ER visit or primary doctor. Eye hurts/draining, ear ringing/pop, neck pop, bad vertigo w/nausea, headache. What could be causing?
Ear infection: Bad vertigo (room spinning) can cause nausea. Vertigo suggests inner ear infection. Ear ringing/popping suggests eustachian tube dysfunction if no pain or middle ear infection if painful. Eyes hurting/draining could be conjunctivitis. Depending upon site of headache, could be sinus pressure from upper respiratory infection causing all above. I'd vote for going to see your family doc but i'm biased. ...Read more
Had sinuis surgery to remove polyous & straighten nose. Tubes in ears. Ct scan normal. Still dizzy & stiff neck. Headache in temples what to do?
Go back to doctor: Make sure that you are not developing infectious complications of this procedure. Could be quite severe. Go soon and be seen. Best wishes. ...Read more
Is hypothyroidism related to migraine headaches.my nose sometimes get blocked coz of migraine should I consult ENT doc or eye doctor or neuro?
Migraine: I would start with a clinic visit to your primary doctor who will evaluate your problems and decide if you need to see a specialist. If things get worse before you can see your doctor please go to the nearest emergency room. ...Read more
Left Ear stepedectomy surgery 2 months back. Now ear & ear surroundings of head and left side of throat paining?. What to do?.
Constant mild headache in temple and right eye 6 months. Ears popping and right ear pain. Sinus CT clear ENT doc thinks migraine and anxiety. Correct?
Doctors and ent think i have tmj which cousins swelling on side of face and blocked ear passes a hearing test at the ent but ear feels full and pressu?
TMJ: See Dentist that does a TMJ care. Ask your General Dentist for referral. As physicians and ENT specialists have ruled out infection, a TMJ joint specialty department at a Dental School is a good resource. ...Read more
24/7 ringing in ears. And stiff neck. When I apply pressure to my neck the ringing gets louder. As well as chest pain & jaw pain?
Sinusitis/neuralgia: Headache pain behind the ear could be a form or sinusitis called mastoiditis as in the inflammation of sinus in the mastoid bone that is behind the ear. Other possibility is occipital neuralgia due to irritation of occipital nerve. If you have history of sinusitis go to ENT doctor, otherwise go to neurologist. Also if you have change in hearing, ear fullness or tinnitus, go to ent. ...Read more
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