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The Head and Neck Surgery team is multidisciplinary to ensure that each patient receives well-coordinated care by specialists in head and neck surgery, radiology, medical oncology, radiation oncology, plastic and reconstructive surgery, and other appropriate specialties, as well as healthcare professionals in speech and swallowing, social work, nutrition, and other areas. Our team has extensive experience treating people with these often-complex conditions.
The Laryngology section within the Division of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery is focused on the care of adults — both non-professional and professional voice users — with all types of common and rare voice disorders. Using the latest technologies, our fellowship-trained laryngologist and his team provide advanced evaluation, diagnosis, and medical, surgical, and behavioral treatments to provide comprehensive, individualized care.
Removing tumors in the skull base is complex and should be performed by experts in skull base surgery. See how our otolaryngologists can help and what you can expect from having skull base surgery at BIDMC.
The rhinology specialists at BIDMC work to accurately diagnose and create customized treatment strategies for patients suffering from nose, sinus, and allergy problems to help improve their quality of life. Nose and sinus issues are often associated with sinusitis as well as other disorders, such as asthma, allergic and non-allergic nasal obstruction, nasal polyps, headaches, and various types of allergies.
The audiology service at BIDMC offers patients a full range of hearing-aid products, including state-of-the-art digital technology, and also a wide-array of adult hearing tests, hearing aid fittings, and other surgical and non-surgical methods for the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of common ear problems.
Speech-language pathologists provide care to patients with speech and language disorders, voice disorders, and swallowing disorders. For more information, see our outpatient rehabilitation services page.