Determine If You Need to See a Specialist
When a general practitioner cannot resolve or identify your ear, nose or throat-related issue, they will typically refer you to an otolaryngologist.
Below is a handy self-screener that can help you determine if you should see an ENT.
- Do you experience frequent hoarseness or sore throat?
- Have you noticed a lump or swelling in your neck lasting more than two weeks?
- Have you ever been told or suspect that you snore and/or stop breathing while you sleep?
- Have you experienced four or more sinus infections in the past year?
- Are your nasal symptoms worse in the spring, summer and/or fall?
- Do you ever experience facial pain, facial pressure, sinus headaches or congestion?
- Are you experiencing sudden hearing loss?
If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, you might be experiencing an ear, nose or throat disorder.
12 + Years
The average amount of time that an otolaryngologist, also known as an ear, nose and throat expert, spends learning the craft through school and residency programs.
Our board-certified ENTs have received extensive training and are ready to help eliminate your worst symptoms.
The symptoms of ENT disorders often overlap. We use a holistic approach to determine the cause of your symptoms so we can recommend the right treatment for you. Take the first step toward ear, nose and throat relief. Schedule an appointment today.
Call Ear, Nose and Throat Surgical Associates, S.C. at (920) 734-7181 for more information or to schedule an appointment.