Problems with your ears?
People often adapt to living with ear problems. Many people believe that they have no choice. With modern treatment techniques most ear discomfort can be greatly improved.
Otitis Externa or “Swimmer’s Ear” - Otitis externa or literally inflammation of the outer ear canal is typically caused by swimming or Q-tip use.
Eustachian Tube Dysfunction - Eustachian tube dysfunction is characterized by inflammation of the the tube connecting the back of the nose to the middle ear.
Otitis Media - Otitis media or inflammation of the middle ear is often the result of Eustachian tube
inflammation/obstruction following an upper respiratory tract infection.
Cholesteatoma - A cholesteatoma is associated with a chronic draining ear and hearing loss.
Tinnitus - Tinnitus is a sound generated in the brain often corresponding to hearing loss.
Most commonly in the higher frequencies as those portions of the cochlea are most
sensitive to noise trauma.