Ear, Nose and Throat
Care for Your Head & Neck
Otolaryngologists specialize in disorders of the head and neck, especially those of the ear, nose and throat (often called ENT).
Our top-rated, internationally known team offers skilled and compassionate care for:
- at the UVA Cancer Center
- Children’s ENT disorders at the UVA Children's Hospital
- Deformities or abnormalities of the face, head and neck
- Ear and hearing disorders, tinnitus and balance problems
- Snoring and obstructive sleep apnea
- Voice and swallowing disorders
See the full list of conditions and services we offer for ENT issues.
When Sinus & Allergy Problems Persist
Suffering from sinusitis and nasal allergies? A joint effort between rhinologist Spencer Payne, MD, and allergist Larry Borish, MD, the Comprehensive Sinus and Allergy Clinic offers “one-stop shopping” for complete care.
The clinic meets on Fridays (there are usually two per month) and an appointment is required.
Location: Fontaine Research Park, 415 Ray C Hunt Dr., Suite 2200, 2nd floor
To schedule an appointment, call 434.924.5700
Take a look at these tips on how to prevent sinusitis.
State-of-the-Art Hearing Care
We can restore hearing — and quality of life — for many people, from premature newborns and children born with underdeveloped ears, to teenagers and adults.
A leader in hearing-loss restoration for decades, we offer:
- Internationally recognized expertise in congenital aural atresia
- A nationally known cochlear implant program
- State-of-the-art diagnostic facilities
- Doctors and hearing specialists working with researchers to develop the next generation of hearing solutions
Help for Your Hearing
Including digital and analog varieties, and hearing aids placed either inside or outside the ear canal. Our services include fittings, instructions and follow-up visits.
For patients who suffer from severe and profound hearing loss, these tiny devices are surgically placed and provide a sense of sound. We perform nearly 50 cochlear implants each year.
Aural Atresia Repair
Adults and children come from all over the world to us for implantable devices or surgery to repair aural atresia, a congenital condition that is the absence of a fully developed ear canal, eardrum, middle ear space and ear bones.