If you’re a parent in the greater Concord area, you’ll be glad to know that Emerson Hospital offers you and your family convenient, local access to a team of pediatric ear, nose and throat (ENT) specialists.
From comprehensive diagnostics to medical and non-invasive treatments, and surgical solutions, our pediatric ENT specialists provide a full range of services related to the ears, nose and throat in children.
What’s more, they’re affiliated with the respected Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, giving your family a high level of expert care right here, close to home.
The conditions our pediatric ENT specialists see
Emerson Hospital’s pediatric ENT specialists see both routine and complex conditions that affect the ears, nose and throat in children of all ages, including:
- Ear infections
- Hearing disorders
- Tonsil and adenoid problems
- Sleep apnea
- Breathing problems
- Swallowing disorders
- Voice problems
- Head and neck masses
- Congenital anomalies and deformities of the face and neck
- Sinus and nasal problems
The services our pediatric ENT specialists provide
Our pediatric ENT specialists provide all treatments and services related to the ears, nose and throat in children, including:
- Audiometry/hearing testing
- Endoscopic evaluation of the nose and throat
- Ear tube placement
- Removal of tonsils and adenoids
- Operative endoscopies for children with complex aerodigestive problems (conditions affecting the upper airways and digestive tract)
- Sinus and nasal surgery
- Surgical removal of head and neck masses and congenital lesions
Children typically are seen and evaluated by their pediatricians first, so further treatment can begin as soon as they are seen by one of our pediatric ENT specialists.
For urgent matters, Emerson Hospital’s pediatric ENT specialists often can see children the same day. For more routine conditions, patients generally can be seen within a week.
Close collaboration with your child’s pediatrician
Our pediatric ENT specialists work closely with the region’s pediatric practices, and communicate regularly about patients so everyone involved in your child’s care stays informed and involved.