736 Cambridge Street, Brighton, MA 02135 617-789-3000
For many patients, suffering from chronic or seasonal sinus pain is just a way of life. At St. Elizabeth's, we are here to say that this does not need to be the case. Talk with your primary care physician about seeing an ENT specialist.
There are now many minimally invasive options available to provide targeted relief to improve overall health. Learn more about these options, including balloon sinuplasty, here. These techniques, which have been perfected by the St. Elizabeth's Minimally Invasive Nasal and Sinus Institute team, offer patients innovative options in the treatment of nasal obstruction, sinus disorders and obstructive sleep apnea.
Nasal and Sinus conditions include treatment of the following:
Hearing loss can have a profound impact on the lives of men, women, children and their families. Hearing restoration can mean the difference between a life of struggling to participate in family and social activities to full inclusion in all life’s minor and major events.
The ALL-EARS Institute at St. Elizabeth’s is designed to assess, diagnose and treat each individuals hearing loss and/or imbalance with the goal of restoring quality of life. We are the only center in New England certified to use every type of implantable and semi-implantable hearing technology.
In addition, St. Elizabeth’s is home to state-of-the-art hearing and balance testing and treatment located in a single, easy to access center.
Ear services include treatment of the following:
Expertise in hearing restoration (ear drum and middle ear surgery), implantable hearing aids, bone-anchored hearing technologies, cosmetic ear surgery and treatment of keloids. The St. Elizabeth’s Department of Otolaryngology is the only department in New England certified to use every type of implantable and semi-implantable hearing technology.
Special expertise in swallowing disorders, microphonosurgery, endoscopic /open Zenker’s diverticulum repair , management of benign/malignant tumors of the tongue, pharynx, larynx (voice box), and esophagus. In addition, our physicians have significant experience in treating head and neck cancers.
St. Elizabeth's Hearing Aid Center offers St. Elizabeth's patients and community members access to dedicated and trained audiologists and support staff who offer a complete selection of hearing aid technologies and assistive listening devices to assist you with your listening needs.
Our audiologists will work with you to determine the
most appropriate device to assist you based on your
hearing loss, your work and home activities, physical
limitations, medical condition and cosmetic preferences.
For more information, visit our Hearing Aid Center home.
St. Elizabeth's Department of Otolaryngology
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