Neurotology Services

Neurotology

the study of the nervous system of the ear and neurological diseases of the ear.

Ear Infection and tubes

The most typical type of ear infection is known as otitis media and is caused by fluid buildup within the air-filled middle ear system behind the eardrum.

Cholesteatoma

A cholesteatoma is an abnormal skin growth within the middle ear system behind the eardrum.

Tinnitus

Tinnitus, or ringing in the ears, is one of the most common medical conditions in the U.S. today, as 1 in 5 American’s report some degree of tinnitus.

Ear Drainage

Ear discharge is a general term that refers to any fluid and substance that comes out of the ear.

Acoustic Neuroma

Acoustic neuromas are benign tumors that grow on the vestibular nerve of the inner ear.

Dizziness and Balance Disorders

Balance problems are common in the U.S., especially amongst older generations. An estimated 80% of Americans 65 and older have experienced dizziness or vertigo.

Ear Pain and Fullness

Ear pain (otalgia) and ear fullness (aural fullness) can occur together or separate and are very common symptoms of several ear disorders. .

Hearing Loss

Although hearing loss can be thought of as a natural occurrence during the aging process, hearing loss is a significant progressive medical condition.

Facial Nerve Disorders

Facial nerve issues occur when the facial or cranial nerves are disrupted or aggravated by numerous possible causes, including infections, injuries, tumors, strokes, or Bell’s palsy.

Headaches

Headaches are a very common problem amongst people of all ages. Head pain has myriad causes, but many people don’t realize that inner ear dysfunction is one of them.

Medical Fort Wayne Office 

260-387-5820

Monday 9-7pm; Thursday 8:30-5pm

Audiology Fort Wayne Office 

260-489-2693

M-F 8:30-5pm

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260-387-5820

1st & 3rd Tuesday of the month 8-4:30pm

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