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EARS, NOSE & THROAT Otolaryngology

An ear, nose & throat (ENT) specialist, also called an otolaryngologist, is a physician trained in the medical and surgical treatment of the ears, nose, nasal passages and sinuses, larynx (voice box), oral cavity, upper pharynx (mouth and throat) and structures of the neck and face.

With diagnostics, advanced therapies and an expert specialist in Brian Perry, M.D., Scheurer is a one-stop destination for comprehensive ear, nose and throat (ENT) care. With extensive experience, Dr. Perry sees patients for a wide array of reasons including: diagnosis of ear, nose and throat disorders, head and neck medicine and surgery, medical and surgical treatment of sinus disease, allergy testing and immunotherapy, complete hearing evaluations for children and adults, hearing aid dispensing encompassing top digital technology, evaluation of dizziness and balance problems. We offer a comprehensive care plan for all your ENT needs, including surgical services, hearing and balance disorder assessment and voice, swallow and speech rehabilitation.

Comprehensive Otolaryngology

From sore throats and earaches to chronic hoarseness or a lump in the neck, Dr. Perry, board-certified in otolaryngology, provides comprehensive ENT care at a convenient location. From throat cancer and cysts of the neck to thyroid disease and lymph node enlargements, we are able to treat patients with medical issues of the head and neck, excluding the spine and spinal cord. Surgery is performed as a last resort treatment, meaning physicians focus on treating your ENT issue with non-surgical therapies. This is largely due to advances in medicine and medical technology that allow physicians to treat issues through non-surgical means. If your health issue does require surgery, you can rest easy knowing our specialists are practiced in maintaining voice function after surgery.

From motion sickness and vertigo to viral balance disorders and Meniere’s disease, Dr. Perry is able to diagnose and treat a wide variety of vestibular disorders. While balance disorders were once commonly treated with surgery, we are often able to treat patients on site through medical management and vestibular therapy or exercises.