Ear, Nose and Throat
Sharp HealthCare treats a variety of related conditions including balance disorders and dizziness, hearing loss, oral tumors, sinusitis and more. Sharp provides ear, nose and throat services and programs to help our patients with these disorders.
- Balance and Vestibular Rehabilitation Program
- Balloon sinuplasty
- Nasal and sinus surgery
- Skull base surgery
- Transoral robotic surgery
- Turbinate surgery
Balance and Vestibular Program
Sharp Rehabilitation's Balance and Vestibular Program provides comprehensive rehabilitative therapy for individuals who have difficulty with balance, equilibrium or complaints of dizziness. Dedicated teams of therapists work together under the direction of a physician to return each person to their highest level of independence, productivity and well-being. Learn more about Sharp's Balance and Vestibular Program.
This new surgical options provides patients with a safe, minimally invasive way to find relief from sinusitis. Balloon sinuplasty™ offers a faster recovery, less pain and less blood loss than traditional surgery and is performed as an outpatient procedure. Learn more about balloon sinuplasty at Sharp.
Nasal and sinus surgery
Sharp HealthCare offers a variety of nasal and sinus surgical options to treat common conditions such as deviated septum, turbinate hypertrophy and chronic sinusitis. Surgical options includes balloon sinuplasty, endoscopic sinus surgery, nasal valve surgery, rhinoplasty, septoplasty and turbinate surgery.
Skull base surgery
The primary goal of skull base surgery is to preserve function, provide optimal reconstruction and to rehabilitate and improve the patient's life when affected by skull-based diseases.
Transoral robotic surgery
Transoral robotic surgery (TORS) treats oral tumors, both cancerous and noncancerous, which can occur in any part of the oral cavity, including the tongue, cheeks, floor of the mouth, hard and soft palate and throat. TORS is an effective method of treating oral tumors by using minimally invasive robotic surgery techniques to remove tumors of the mouth and throat.
Nasal turbinates - also known as turbinate hypertrophy — are a common source of airflow blockage, and can be reduced via surgery such as radiofrequency inferior turbinate reduction and submucous resection of the inferior turbinates.
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