Frequently Asked Questions
- Blue Cross
- Blue Shield
- United Healthcare
- Optum/Health Care Partners
- Allied Physicians IPA
- Imperial Health Group.
- Regal/Lakeside Medical Group
- Medicare Part B
Many physicians are trained in medicine or surgery but otolaryngologists are fully trained in both medicine and surgery. Otolaryngologists can identify and begin treating ear, nose, throat, head, and neck conditions without the need to refer you to a new physician for surgery.
Otolaryngology physicians are trained in the medical and surgical specialty area of ear, nose, and throat diseases and disorders.
Otolaryngologists are specialists in the medical and surgical treatment of hearing loss, ear infections, balance disorders, ear noise (tinnitus), and some cranial nerve disorders.
Otolaryngologists can help identify and treat nasal cavity and sinuses, including issues such as allergies, smell disorders, polyps, and nasal obstruction from a deviated septum.
Otolaryngologists are specialists in managing throat, larynx, and esophagus diseases, including voice and swallowing disorders.
Head and Neck
Otolaryngologists can treat infections, benign non-cancerous tumors, malignant cancerous tumors, and facial conditions in the head and neck area.