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DeFatta ENT Ear, Nose, and Throat
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Dr. Robert Defatta and his staff are proud to serve all ear, nose, throat–medical and surgical–needs of the Chippewa Valley
Dr. Robert Defatta and his staff are proud to serve all ear, nose, throat–medical and surgical–needs of the Chippewa Valley

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Vertigo can happen when there is a problem with the inner ear, brain, or sensory nerve pathway. Here's how to treat it. http://bit.ly/2owepHc
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Lia joined our team as a Medical Receptionist when we opened our doors in 2014. Since then she has transitioned into the Business Office department.

With her background in accounting, she has taken on roles such as payroll, accounts payable, and billing. She is also in charge of our busy DeFatta calendar and handles all of our medical records requests.

In her spare time she enjoys reading, spending time with friends and family, and traveling.
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Here are steps you can take to put as little stress on a relationship with a loved one as they begin losing their hearing.
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Balloon Sinuplasty is a minimally invasive procedure that provides long-term relief from chronic sinusitis symptoms.

If you're fed up with the 'glug' mucus brings into your nose, around your eyes, and in your cheek bones, contact us today.
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Meet Marissa, our wonderful medical receptionist!

Marissa graduated from the Administrative Professional program at Chippewa Valley Technical College and joined our team shortly after.

She loves the fast pace of her job and always strives to go above and beyond for our patients. In her free time, she likes to spend time with her fiancé, travel, and be surrounded by friends & family.
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Join us in wishing our very own Dr. Robert DeFatta a Happy Birthday! 🎉
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Smoking, drinking worsen prognosis for head and neck cancers according to new study. http://reut.rs/2ErJvZM
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Happy Birthday to our very own Certified CoolSculpting and Coding Specialist Mary!

She has been working with the DeFatta’s since 2012 and enjoys the various roles that allow her to be both behind the scenes and hands-on with patients.

When working with her patients on a CoolSculpting treatment plan, Mary’s approach is honest and straightforward, providing realistic expectations while keeping the patient’s goals and budget in mind.

In her spare time, she enjoys photography, spending time with family and friends, and traveling.
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Did you know that about 80 percent of patients with a penicillin allergy lose their sensitivity after 10 years?

This means if you have had a penicillin allergy previously, you should ask your physician about an allergy evaluation and discuss your testing options to find out if you are still truly allergic or not.
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There's no better feeling than when a patient shares their story of recovery and that they can now live a pain free life.
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