Our team of otolaryngologists (ear, nose and throat doctors) handle routine concerns like tonsillitis, snoring and sinusitis, as well as unique and tough-to-treat concerns such as throat cancers or skull base tumors.

Our multidisciplinary approach means that you can be sure that your case will get the specialized attention it deserves. Our otolaryngologists consult with one another to pinpoint diagnoses and develop individualized treatment plans to give our patients the best possible outcomes.

Virtual Visits Are Available

Safe and convenient virtual visits by video let you get the care you need via a mobile device, tablet or computer wherever you are. We'll assess your condition and develop a treatment plan right away. To schedule a virtual visit, call 414-777-7700.

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More experience. More expertise.

We don't just have a few ENT specialists; we have specialists and subspecialists who are national and international leaders in every area of ear, nose, and throat care.

Our Ear, Nose and Throat Program has more fellowship-trained ear, nose and throat doctors than any other otolaryngology group in the state. In fact, many of our physicians have completed subspecialty fellowship training and participate in medical research. That extra training and dedication to patient-centered research demonstrates our physicians' commitment to patient care and expertise.

Are Cochlear Implants Right for You?

A cochlear implant (or two) may dramatically increase your hearing, but it’s important to get as much information as possible before making a final decision.

Need a Second Opinion?

Make sure that you know what all of your options are for allergies, hearing issues, vocal health, sinus problems and more. 

Advanced Diagnosis & Treatment Options

As an academic medical center, we have a broad range of specialized expertise and advanced technology to offer you all of the latest diagnostic and treatment options. We offer highly specialized cochlear implants to restore hearing. Our surgeons regularly perform laser surgeries for treating Zenker's diverticulum, a condition of the esophagus that causes swallowing difficulties.

Very few surgeons are proficient in the use of transoral robotic surgery (TORS) for treating head and neck cancer, and our specialists routinely use this procedure whenever possible to treat head and neck cancers, often allowing people to avoid laryngectomy other more invasive procedures.

Our physicians are the only ones in the area — and one of only two physician groups in the state — to offer in-office KTP laser treatment for vocal problems.

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Research & Clinical Trials

One of the benefits of seeking care at an academic medical center is that the doctors who care for you are the very same ones who are researching new and innovative treatment options and diagnostic techniques.

Welcoming International Patients

U.S. News & World Report recognizes Froedtert Hospital as high performing in three adult specialties and 16 procedures and conditions. We are here to help international patients arrange for their care at Froedtert Hospital in Milwaukee, Wis.