At Topeka ENT, we specialize in treating the territory just north of your shoulders.
It’s a complex land up there. Four of your five senses call it home. It’s full of nooks and crannies. So when any part of it hurts or seems a little off balance, you definitely want an ENT specialist leading the exploration.
Topeka Ear, Nose & Throat has seven ENT specialists (also known as otolaryngologists/head & neck surgeons), each one a top-notch physician trained to address the very specific conditions and diseases that can affect the precious ears, noses and throats of both adults and children.
We can treat your condition medically with drugs or surgical procedures, or work with our audiology and speech pathology departments to coordinate non-medical solutions such as hearing aids and speech therapy.
Many of our patients have been referred to us after a visit to a primary care physician. But patients visit us directly as well, when they understand the extent and depth of our specialty.
Our areas of expertise include the following:
Snoring isn’t just a nuisance, it can be a sign of a dangerous condition known as sleep apnea. The physicians at Topeka ENT diagnose and treat numerous patients whose chief complaint is excessive snoring.
ExcellENT Surgery Center We operate a private outpatient surgery center in our Topeka office building. Many of the surgical procedures performed by Topeka ENT surgeons are executed in the ExcellENT Surgery Center, located on the first floor of our Topeka location. This center is expressly for our Topeka ENT patients. Procedures requiring hospitalization and/or a…
Your ear is a complex organ that enables you to connect with your surroundings. If a problem arises with any part of the ear, you may become disconnected. Fortunately, the staff at is experienced at treating any disorder or condition that walks in the door.
When the nose is not functioning properly, it can be difficult to breathe. There may also be nosebleeds or snoring. Problems with the nose are often a sign of another condition or disorder and should be diagnosed by a doctor. If you or someone you care for are having problems with the nose, please contact…
Disorders of the neck and throat can cause pain and interfere with your ability to speak, swallow, and eat. Your metabolism may be affected, leading to weakness, muscle aches, irritability, weight gain or loss, and sensitivity to heat or cold. Tumors that form in this region can spread to other areas of the body.