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ENT and Allergy Specialists - Phoenixville
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Millions of Americans suffer from tinnitus or head noises. These can occur as an intermittent sound or an annoying continuous sound in one or both ears. The pitch of these sounds can range from a low roar to a high squeal or whine. Usually, Tinnitus is a sign of an underlying condition, ranging from damage to the middle or inner ear, to age-related hearing loss, a reaction to medications, and a range of medical conditions.If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, schedule an appointment today!
Tinnitus: Overview
Tinnitus: Overview
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New Hope for Chronic Sinus Sufferers - New Hope for Chronic Sinus Sufferers - Sinusitis is among the most common diagnoses for those who visit their physician complaining of coughing, sinus pressure, congestion, postnasal drainage and headaches. One in eight adults suffers from sinusitis today. Often, patients misdiagnose themselves as simply suffering from seasonal allergies or a persistent cold. While medications such as nasal sprays, antibiotics and antihistamines can provide temporary relief, many times they do not solve the problem and a surgical procedure may be required.

The good news is that ENT & Allergy Specialists now offers a breakthrough treatment called the PROPEL® Sinus Stent. This dissolvable stent is placed at the end of sinus surgery to keep the sinuses open, eliminating the need for gauze packing used in older surgical techniques. http://bit.ly/29wArRa
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Main Line Today Magazine consistently recognizes Brian J. Broker, MD as "Top Doc" in his field - Otolaryngology/Ear, Nose and Throat. Dr. Broker shares this honor with more than 500 of the best practitioners in the western suburbs. Physicians must be nominated and voted on by their peers in order to make the list. Congratulations Dr. Broker! http://www.entandallergyspecialists.com/about-us/brian-broker/
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According to FARE, and Dr. Cramer agrees, "Teal is the new orange!" Help create a safer Halloween for everyone! http://bit.ly/2yfyaIR #FoodAllergyAwareness #TealPumpkinProject
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Dr. Carol Actor is a proud supporter of the #TealPumpkinProject! For more information about the project visit our blog http://bit.ly/2yfyaIR #NonFoodTreatsForHalloween #FoodAllergyAwareness
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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT FOR ALL INDEPENDENCE BLUE CROSS (IBC) PATIENTS

Due to the recent announcement from Independence Blue Cross (IBC) regarding the termination of participation agreements with the Tower Health System Hospitals (including Brandywine, Jennersville, Pottstown, Phoenixville and Chestnut Hill hospitals) ENT and Allergy Specialists would like to reassure our IBC patients that we are an independent medical practice not affiliated with the Tower Health System Hospitals. Accordingly, we continue to be participating providers with IBC and accept all IBC insurance plans.
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Patients suffering from Eustachian tube blockages can now benefit from a new procedure called AERA Eustachian Tube Balloon Dilation. We use a small catheter to reach the Eustachian tube, and will then inflate a small balloon to open the tube. The catheter and balloon are then removed, and the Eustachian tube remains open and able to function more.Eustachian Tube Dysfunction(ETD) procedure for adults with ETD symptoms. Find out more about the ETD procedure. http://bit.ly/2gYmu2M
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Congratulations to ENT and Allergy Specialists' Paul B Swanson, MD - named to 2017 Top Docs by +Philadelphia magazine http://bit.ly/1WjcFgn
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Sometimes, a baby or child’s tongue may be “tied” to the bottom of the mouth. An infant with this condition may have difficulty nursing. In an older child, speech and eating could be affected. Treatment involves the removal of the band of tissue that attaches the tongue to the floor of the mouth. For newborns, this can often be done quickly and easily immediately after birth. In other cases, a more extensive surgery may be required.http://bit.ly/295jn8A
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